Select the layer you want to display on the map. Select the layer again to turn the layer off. A check mark indicates the layers that are turned on.
TIP: Turn the layers on in the order in which you want to display them - the first one turned on being the first to draw at the bottom with the other layers drawing on top of the first.
Use the Show coordinates button and tap anywhere on the map to see the map coordinates.
Printing the map...
The maps provided in this app are by the St. George City GIS Department.
To provide feedback about this app, please use the city's contact form and choose 'GIS-Maps' for the subject.
A new toolbar is provided with the following buttons:
Open the tools panel
Identify city parcels and zones
Street and imagery basemaps
Additional map layers
Google Street View
Clear all graphics
To zoom in and out on the map with desktop browsers, use the zoom bar in the upper-left corner of the map, double-click the map to zoom in only or use the mouse scroll-wheel. With mobile devices, use the zoom bar in the upper-left corner of the map, double-tap on the map to zoom in only or use the device's pinching mechanism to zoom in or out.
NOTE: On some older Android devices that use versions prior to 4.x, using the pinch gesture to zoom the map may not work. Therefore, it is recommended to use the zoom bar on the left when using Android pre-4.x devices.
While it is not required, including the street suffix with the address (i.e. blvd, dr, ave) may yield better search results in some cases.
While searching for an address, the street prefix direction may need to be included in order to get the correct results. For example, 94 Tabernacle will return the result of 94 W Tabernacle. If you want East Tabernacle Street, then enter 94 E Tabernacle.
When searching for a street intersection, place an '&' between the two street names. There must be a space on each side of the & symbol.
Use the identify button on the toolbar to view city parcel and zone information. When viewing the Streets, Imagery and Master Plan maps, you will be able to identify parcels and the zone the parcel falls within. With the Zoning map, you will only be able to identify city zones.
Located at the top of the map, the global search bar will allow you to search for anything within SGCityMaps simply by typing some text. Results are returned in a drop-down list as soon as you begin typing. The more you type, the more accurate the results will be. The results list is limited to a certain number, so if you don't see the feature you are looking for, continue typing until it appears. Select the result you want and it's highlighted on the map for you. This new search bar makes searching quicker and easier, especially if you already know the name of the feature you want to search for. The drop-down arrow on the left of the search bar will allow you to narrow your search to certain categories within the app. Searching by categories makes the search process faster.
NOTE: When using a mouse on the desktop, you may need to use the mouse scroll wheel to scroll through any drop-down list in the search bar as clicking on the scroll bar with the mouse does not always work.
If you experience any issues with this app on a particular desktop computer or mobile device, then please use the city's contact form to describe the issue. Be sure to tell us the device, operating system and browser that you were using.
A new layer for displaying UDOT traffic cameras is available under the Layers panel. Tap a camera icon to see the current image from the traffic camera.
Use of this tool comes at your own discretion. The City of St. George is not responsible for the route and direction results generated by Google Maps.
Enter the start and end addresses of the route you want to generate. Tap the Submit button to see the route and directions in Google Maps.