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| Maury || [http://tnmap.tn.gov/assessment/ yes] || [http://maps.maurycounty-tn.gov/taxparcelviewer/ GIS viewer]
| Maury || [http://tnmap.tn.gov/assessment/ yes] || [http://maps.maurycounty-tn.gov/taxparcelviewer/ GIS viewer]
| McMinn || [http://tnmap.tn.gov/assessment/ yes] || [http://tn.mcminn.geopowered.com/ GIS viewer]
| McMinn || [http://tnmap.tn.gov/assessment/ yes] || [https://mcminntn.geopowered.com/propertysearch// GIS viewer]
| Montgomery || no || [http://apnsgis1.apsu.edu/montgomeryco_viewer/ GIS viewer]
| Montgomery || no || [http://apnsgis1.apsu.edu/montgomeryco_viewer/ GIS viewer]

Revision as of 11:45, 20 March 2020

Tennessee State Maps

Traffic and Construction Sources

Mapping Resources - GIS Data

GIS Data for 84 of Tennessee's 95 counties can be found on the state property viewer website. In addition, the counties listed in the table below maintain their own GIS websites. Some of these counties are not available on the state website, while a few can be viewed on both the state site as well as on their own site.

County On State Website? Local Website
Anderson yes GIS viewer / Oak Ridge
Blount yes GIS viewer
Bradley no GIS viewer / Cleveland
Cheatham yes GIS viewer
Chester no Property search only
Davidson no GIS viewer
Greene yes GIS viewer
Hamblen yes GIS viewer
Hamilton no GIS viewer
Hardeman yes GIS viewer
Hickman no Property search only
Jefferson yes GIS viewer
Knox no GIS viewer
Maury yes GIS viewer
McMinn yes GIS viewer
Montgomery no GIS viewer
Putnam yes GIS viewer
Roane yes Property search only / Oak Ridge
Robertson yes GIS viewer
Rutherford no GIS viewer
Sevier yes GIS viewer
Shelby no GIS viewer
Sullivan yes Property search only
Sumner no GIS viewer
Tipton yes GIS viewer
Unicoi yes Property search only
Washington yes GIS viewer
Williamson no GIS viewer and PDF maps
Wilson yes GIS viewer

Speed Limits

According to Tennessee Code Annotated 55-8-152, the following maximum speed limits apply in Tennessee, with individual counties and municipalities setting lower speeds on individual roads as needed:

  • Interstates and limited access freeways (urban and rural): 70 MPH
  • Divided highways: 65 MPH
  • Undivided and two-lane roads: 55 MPH
  • Residential streets: 30 MPH

Before verifying a speed limit in the editor, it MUST be confirmed either with the street view reticle in WME, reports from "on the ground", or using data provided by individual municipalities if available.

A list of speed limit data collected by editors can be found on this page.