ArcGIS Online Maps

Before continuing, you should read our GIS Data Disclaimer and probably read the following:

We have provided online maps for the data themes listed below.  When you click your desired theme link, you will be taken to the appropriate map page.  You can pan around the map by clicking and dragging with your mouse.  You can zoom in/out with your mouse roller (or use the "+" and "-" buttons in the upper left corner of the map).  The legend at the left edge of your screen is there to help you make sense out of what you see on the map.

If you would like to go to a specific place, you can enter the name or address into the text box located above the upper right corner of the map.  Keep in mind that it will use the typical Internet search for places.  You can enter a town name, a road name, or even an address.  Once you find your happy place, you can click on a feature to get more information--in the form of a popup balloon.  During your analytical journey you might click on multiple features at once.  Don't panic, this is normal when certain features overlap others.  Simply page though the feature list by clicking the "Next Feature" and "Previous Feature" arrows located in the upper right portion of the popup balloon.

BONUS:  If your popup balloon contains "URL  More Info," you can click on the "More Info" to open a scanned document or a related Website.

ADDED BONUS:  Click on the "Basemap" button to choose the type of base map to display beneath the data layers.  Aerial photography seems to be very popular.
The following online maps and apps are freely available to you.  Enjoy. 
 

Be patient with these maps.  They seem to take a while to get with the program.