Maps & GIS

Geographic Information System (GIS) Maps

What is GIS?

Geographic Information System (GIS) is a system for capturing, storing, analyzing, and managing data and associated attributes, which are spatially referenced to the earth. GIS allows city staff to visualize, question, analyze, and interpret the data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends, which ultimately helps to solve complex problems. 

The City of Midlothian's GIS division supports a variety of departments in their daily operations by creating, maintaining, analyzing, and providing access to spatial data and mapping tools. GIS division also provides quality spatial products for public to use.

This site provides public access to the City of Midlothian's geospatial data to explore and download, interactive maps, dashboards and printable maps.                 midlothian geo hub Opens in new window   


City of Midlothian GIS division assigns addresses within Midlothian City Limits and ETJ Limits. If you need new address/suite numbers and/or a change of address, please submit the address request form below. Please note that if you already have a plat submitted to the Planning Department, your new address(es) will be assigned as soon as the plat process is completed, and the new address will be sent to you. There is no need to submit a separate address request form in that case. 

Address Request Form


The City of Midlothian created these maps, Google files, and the information contained within them exclusively for its use. Any use or reliance on this information by anyone else is at the party's own risk and without liability to the City of Midlothian, its officials, or its employees for any discrepancies, errors, or variances that may exist.