The following interactive tools were developed by the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission and the Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).
You may also check out our GIS Maps & Data Files, where we have PDF maps, shapefiles and other GIS data.
Coverage area is Hillsborough County, Florida, including the jurisdictions of unincorporated Hillsborough County, City of Tampa, City of Plant City, and City of Temple Terrace.
Please review the system requirements, tips, and disclaimer prior to use.
- Bicycle Suitability Map
- Community Vulnerability Study Atlas (CVS)
- Hillsborough County Health Atlas
- Land Use Code Descriptions
- One Water
- Plan Amendment Mapping Applications
- Planning Information Mapping Application (PIMA)
- Traffic Count Stations
- Transportation Improvement Program Mapping Tool (TIP)
- Transportation Acronym Glossary
- Vision Mapping Framework
The Bicycle Suitability Map portrays on-road and off-road routes suitable for travel by cyclists of adequate skills and sufficient age to assume the risks.
The MPO and the BPAC disclaim any and all responsibility for the safety, design and construction of the facilities and any negligent, intentional or criminal acts related to them. Travel routes are color-coded based on the identified categories. A route may be considered less suitable for bicycling due to one or more of the following: high traffic volume, high speeds, narrow road width and construction. Bicycle Lane: A portion of the roadway that has been designated by signs and pavement markings exclusively for bicyclists. Paved Shoulder: Additional pavement width of at least 3′ that is separated by a solid pavement marking from the outside thru lane to the edge of the pavement to safely accommodate bicyclists.
The Community Vulnerability Study atlas was designed based on the maps associated with the Hillsborough County Community Vulnerability Study (CVS) that were created to spatially locate exposure for built environment, population and ecologic features within Hillsborough County to sea level rise and storm surge in the year 2045.
The Hillsborough County Health Atlas is a living tool intended to provide communities and planners a baseline profile of chronic disease, demographic, transportation, emergency preparedness, and environmental indicators within our communities.
The Land Use Code Descriptions provides a reference list of Existing and Future land use codes used in the adopted Comprehensive Plan maps for unincorporated Hillsborough County, City of Tampa, City of Plant City, and City of Temple Terrace.
The One Water mapping application serves to assist in establishing a framework in the effort to update, modernize and combine the previously separate Stormwater Management, Potable Water and Sanitary Sewerage Elements of the Unincorporated Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan to reflect the interrelated nature of water.
The Planning Information Map App (PIMA) is an interactive, web-based mapping application geared to planners and citizens for viewing land use, transportation, environmental, and other planning-related map layers and data. It provides the ability to zoom in on areas of interest, search for specific properties, view parcel and land use information, and print maps.
The Plan Amendment Mapping Applications contain information and documents about current and historical amendments to the comprehensive plans for:
The Traffic Count Stations map shows traffic counts collected for all major roads from 2013 to 2017.
The TIP mapping tool can be used to view projects to be funded over the next five years. It enables users to see where projects will be located, identify what type of project, who is responsible, and when they will be funded. The tool can also be used to search for project by description or project number.
The Transportation Acronym Glossary is a list of acronyms and other common transportation-related terms.
The Vision Mapping Framework tool helps to identify the most important corridors and nodes to focus on, determine what we need to do to make infill and redevelopment work, and establish/confirm the vision for unincorporated Hillsborough County.