The following tutorial explains the main functions of Florida Maps Online.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Search Parcels by Parcel ID
Search Parcels by Owner Name
Search Parcels by Site Address
Zoom In and Recenter
Click and drag a box on the map to zoom into a specific area. Or click on the map to zoom in and recenter the map on the location you clicked.
When you click in the map, the map will zoom out a factor of 2x.
When you click in the map, you can hold the mouse down to drag the map. It will recenter where you let go.
Return to previous map extent.
Go forward to last map extent after using the Go Back tool. This tool will not be usable until the "Go Back" tool is used.
Zoom to GPS Location
If you have an iPad or tablet with a built-in GPS, clicking this icon will zoom the map to your current location and follow you as you move.
Clicking the Property Details link in the i-tool popup menu opens the Parcel Info tab.
View owner name, owner address, parcel ID, street address, last three sales, appraised values, land use type, acres, and more.
Save / Load Projects
Click the Legend tab to display the map legend. You may need to scroll down to see the full legend.
Adjust Printable Area
The download image tool is very flexible and may take some experimentation to get the output you are looking for. When creating a map, there are three main variables that control the size and detail of the map.
The Download Image tool can generate maps that are optimized for on-screen display or for printed output.
Export for Software
Coordinates are shown where your mouse is located.
All aerial photography and map layer data is acquired from federal, state, and local government sources. MapWise processes much of the data to make it more useful and easier to use. We also create new layers that are derived from the original data.
Information update frequencies vary between counties. Generally, the larger central and south Florida counties are updated more often than the rural and panhandle counties.
Some map layers do not cover the entire state. In some areas of the state, either the government has not mapped that area, or we have not yet acquired the information. For more information on what is available where, please consult the Map Layer Directory or contact us.
Some map layers are not available at all map scales. For example, parcel boundaries will not display until you zoom in to a scale of 1:14,000 or closer (i.e. smaller number).
Please refer to the Map Layer Directory for more information about each map layer available in Florida Maps Online.
Please contact us for more information or requests for additional functionality and map layers. Your needs drive development.