Interactive Parcel Viewers
These web mapping application features satellite imagery from the Ikonos satellite ©GeoEye and the QuickBird satellite ©DigitalGlobe.
The GIS applications accessed through this web page provide a visual display of data for your convenience. Every reasonable effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the maps and associated data. The Kenai Peninsula Borough makes no warranty, representation or guaranty as to the content, sequence, accuracy, timeliness or completeness of any of the data provided herein. The user of these applications should not rely on the data provided herein for any reason.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough explicitly disclaims any representations and warranties, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The Kenai Peninsula Borough shall assume no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided regardless of how caused. The Kenai Peninsula Borough shall assume no liability for any decisions made or actions taken or not taken by the user of the applications in reliance upon any information or data furnished hereunder. To be sure of complete accuracy, please check with Kenai Peninsula Borough staff for updated Information.
By clicking on any of the viewer links below, you accept these terms.
Simple Parcel Viewer
A viewer for accessing parcel information. This viewer is intended to replace previous parcel viewers as they are deprecated.
Viewer Info and iOS/Android
iPad, iPhone, and Android Users
Kenai Peninsula Borough’s interactive imagery and parcel viewers are now available using Explorer for ArcGIS* for iOS and Android. The Explorer for ArcGIS* application for iOS or Android must be installed first.
*The ArcGIS app was retired from the App Stores (Google, Apple, Windows and Amazon) on August 30. After that date the app is no longer available for download.
Learn how to search for features in the Interactive Parcel Viewer, use the drawing tools, and more in this Help Guide.
DjVu Browser Plug-in
The DjVu Browser Plug-in is the primary means of viewing DjVu documents. In the Interactive Parcel Viewer, it is required in order to view the "Air Photos" under Map Display.
Wetlands Mapping Project Guide
The wetlands map layer on the Interactive Parcel viewer is a tool for planning purposes only and does not indicate any jurisdictional determination by the Army Corps of Engineers. The Project Guide provides a key to the wetland ecosystems of the Kenai Lowlands, and more.
Read more about the Wetland Mapping and Classification of the Kenai Lowland.
Q. How often is the Interactive Parcel Viewer data updated?
a. This varies, depending on the GIS layer itself. For example, city limits change only with annexation, but data such as subdivision names or street names are updated weekly.
Q. How often is the Kenai Peninsula Borough's satellite imagery updated?
a. The acquisition of satellite imagery can be very costly, depending on the desired coverage area. For that reason, the Kenai Peninsula Borough will often cost share with various agencies - this is usually time consuming and dependent on the various agencies' budget cycles. Alternately, the KPB may pledge a certain dollar amount to access already-acquired imagery, such as the Soldotna 2009 imagery.
Q. Why do my property lines appear to be in the wrong place?
a. This is a multi-faceted issue, though imagery misalignment is the greatest factor. The majority of property lines are accurate to approximately 4 feet, while the imagery can be off as much as 40 ft. To find your actual property lines, you should locate a recorded survey map of your property, or contact a professional surveyor.
Q. I recently bought or sold a property, but the ownership information in the Interactive Parcel Viewer hasn't updated. Why?
a. The information displayed by the Interactive Parcel Viewer is limited to the current tax billing year only. For this reason, information about recent land sales may not be available for several months after the transaction has been completed.
Q. What if I don't see the data I'm looking for in the Interactive Parcel Viewer?
a. The layers available in the Interactive Parcel Viewer are those determined to be most-used. Please contact us if there is information you believe should appear on the Viewer, and we will review the request.
Q. How do I obtain Kenai Peninsula Borough's data for my own use?
a. If you use ArcGIS or AutoCAD, visit our Downloads page to obtain data in either .shp, .fgdb, .dwg, or .lyr format.
Q. Do you have data for outside the Kenai Peninsula Borough?
a. In general, we only store data within the borough boundaries. If you wish to obtain data within another borough boundary, please contact that borough. If you with to obtain other data within the state of Alaska, check with the state data clearinghouse web sites (linked under "Other Sites" on our home page).
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The Kenai Peninsula Borough acquired new imagery for parts of the Kenai Peninsula in Fall 2012. The GIS Division began production of year 2013 map books in January. Books listed here in BLUE text are available for purchase now. The cost is $50 per book, and they are available for purchase from our offices at the George A. Navarre Borough Administration Building in Soldotna.
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At left is the list of available mapbooks. Updated, year 2013 books are listed in BLUE. Click under "Index" to view the extent of coverage of a particular mapbook, or click under "Sample" to view a page within a particular mapbook. All page files are in .pdf format; Adobe Reader is required.
PLEASE NOTE: Some sample pages are large (up to 2 MB) and may take awhile to open.
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The Kenai Peninsula Borough GIS Division creates, edits, and manages data necessary for the operation of all Borough departments. GIS is used daily to support the decision-making processes of our local government, as well as by the Borough's Emergency Response system. We also provide data to various private, native, state and federal entities. We store and maintain air photography dating back to 1967, and satellite imagery as recent as 2013. Frequently, data is provided to the public in digital and hard copy format.
Interactive Parcel Viewers - Select a parcel viewer to obtain parcel information, create maps, view imagery and contours, and more.
Data Downloads - Data is available for download in .shp, FGDB, and .dwg formats. Imagery is available as layer files.
Printable Maps - Our most requested maps are available to print or download.
Other Available Items
Hard copy maps are available from our offices at the George A. Navarre Borough Administration Building (top floor, near the Planning Department) in Soldotna.
Emergency Service mapbooks are produced primarily for emergency service purposes, but are also made available for purchase by the public.
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The Kenai Peninsula Borough GIS Division creates, edits, and manages data necessary for the operation of all Borough departments. GIS is used daily to support the decision-making processes of our local government, as well as by the Borough's Emergency Response system. We also provide data to various private, native, state and federal entities. We store and maintain air photography dating back to 1967, and satellite imagery as recent as 2009. Frequently, data is provided to the public in digital and hard copy map format.
» Planning the Future of Alaska's GIS
Read here about plans being developed for Alaska to facilitate the collection and sharing of geospatial data in the state. Also, please visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/AKGeospatialPlans to take a brief survey that will help better recognize the state of affairs with Alaska's GIS. Your ideas matter!
Interactive Parcel Viewer
The Interactive Parcel Viewer is the Kenai Peninsula Borough's public GIS web site. It allows members of the public to access detailed information from the GIS by using a variety of applications, tools, digital maps, and free data.
Click here for more information, requirements, and help related to the viewer.
Other Available Items
Hardcopy maps are available from our offices at the George A. Navarre Borough Administration Building (top floor, near the Planning Department) in Soldotna.
Emergency Service mapbooks are produced primarily for emergency service purposes, but are also made available for purchase by the public. Click here for production status and availability.