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MapRight Provides More Than Just Surface-Level Data About Your Land

Geographic information systems (GIS) have helped us all gain a better understanding of the surface of the earth and the land we own, but important datasets are still difficult to access and make sense of. MapRight provides our users with an easy-to-use web GIS system that consolidates data sources, synthesizes and corrects them to make them easier to view and combines and organizes different types of data into a single, interactive map. It’s easy to show floodplains alongside soil types or school districts alongside property lines. Instead of wasting time and money analyzing these data sources individually, let MapRight bring them all into one place for you.


With our Parcel layer, you can share in-depth information about each land parcel, search all parcels by APN number or landowner name, extract mailing lists from landowner addresses and more.

Water Features

Share information on several different types of water features including water wells, floodplains, wetlands, and surface water features such as rivers, streams, ponds and lakes. In Texas, you can even view major and minor aquifers.

Soil Reports

Farmers and ranchers need to know what activities a parcel of land is capable of withstanding. MapRight creates easy-to-read soil reports that you can include on any map. Share soil descriptions, classes, acreage and agricultural capabilities.

Contour Lines

Easily view and share every nook, cranny, hill and valley of a parcel of land. MapRight allows you to display the elevation and shape of the terrain along with other important attributes, giving viewers a clear picture of a landscape.


A Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) is a revision made to FEMA’s digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM). In MapRight, view the most accurate flood hazard information for your property alongside other important details.

Public Lands

Across the US, but especially in western states, it’s important to know the boundaries for federally-owned and state-owned areas. In MapRight, highlight public lands such as conservation easements and military bases on your maps.

City & County Data

It’s vital that you understand how a parcel of land fits into certain local, country and state jurisdictions. MapRight lets you see how your property aligns with city limits, county lines and school districts.

Land Use

At a glance, MapRight helps you understand a property and its surrounding area. See whether a parcel is being used as residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, vacant or exempt property.

Transmission Lines

View the major transmission lines across the US. For each transmission line, see specific details such as name, owner, voltage and status.


See the location of all substations in the country, and pinpoint the substations closest to you. For each substation, view details including the name, status and minimum and maximum voltage,

Wind Farms

On MapRight, locate the approximate boundaries of permitted wind farms and all permitted wind turbine locations in the US. Pair with other layers to get a full picture of the energy infrastructure in the area.


This GIS layer displays all of the airports across the US, color coding them by type: Aerodrome, Heliport, Seaport, Glider Port, Ultra Light or Ballon Port.

Zip Code Tabulation Areas

View all zip code tabulation areas and their boundaries in the US. Quickly determine the zip code in which a parcel resides.

Here’s an Actual MapRight Map

With eight different GIS base layers, nearly two dozen MapRight layers and countless styling and customization options, your MapRight maps can be as simple or complex as your needs require. No matter what they look like though, we guarantee your maps will always be as easy to read as they are to share. If you want to see what MapRight is capable of, just take a look below at one of the 2.5 million maps that have already been created on our platform.

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