GIS data is a valuable resource for organizations, consultants and researchers - enabling them to map and analyze information pertaining to specific geographic regions with precision and detail.
As of June 2023, GIS data has now been migrated to Bellevue’s dedicated Open Data Portal. Access available GIS data by searching for the name of a dataset or browsing by category.
Datasets can be previewed directly on the Open Data Portal mapping interface and are accessible from common browsers and devices. For detailed mapping and analysis, datasets can be downloaded in a variety of formats and brought into desktop mapping software. Popular datasets such as property boundaries and utility systems can be mapped together and also in detail on the Bellevue Map Viewer.
Zoning, permitting or information requests regarding property can be addressed by contacting the Land Use Desk. For inquiries about utility data, please contact the Utilities Department. Demographic data is available on Bellevue's Demographic Profile.
If you cannot find the GIS dataset you are looking for, we may be able to accommodate a standard request.
Please note, City of Bellevue GIS data is not guaranteed to be survey accurate or complete. This data is provided on an "as is" basis and disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. Any commercial use or sale of this data or portions thereof, is prohibited without express written authorization by the City of Bellevue. The City of Bellevue is not responsible for any damages arising from the use of information on this site. Use of this map is at user's risk. Users should verify the information before making project commitments.