Cary's Interactive Development Map provides users with a graphic layout of all on-going development projects. Users can find out what is happening around town and can drill down into each project to learn more information.
Maps Online is the Town’s geographic information system. Information available includes: buildings, topography/contours, extra-territorial jurisdiction, greenways, landmarks, parks, property, proposed overlay districts, residential & nonresidential, rezoning cases, river buffers, sewer lines, sewer symbols, sites & subdivisions plans, streets, Town boundary, water lines and water symbols.
Cary's Public Hearing Map provides users with projects scheduled for public hearings. Users simply click on the public hearing sign in the area of Town where a sign is posted and can drill down into the case history, staff report and public hearing dates.
Full size (36x48) maps can be purchased at the Planning and Development Services Department or by contacting us at (919) 469-4082. The cost for a standard map is $10 for parcel level detail or $15 for aerial photo detail.
Maps are updated regularly, but are not guaranteed to be the most recent. Area plans and special project plans also include maps.
Paper copy prices are subject to change.
Please note: These files are large, and may take a while to load.
Digital Map Files: If you're interested in digital map files for your organization's geographic information system, you can download Cary's map files via Cary's FTP site.