Zoom: You can zoom the map in and out using your middle mouse wheel or by using the zoom slider on the left side of the map.
Pan: You can move the map in any direction by clicking and holding the left mouse button, dragging the map, and releasing the mouse button.
Map Layer Help:
The permanent FEMA Disaster Assistance Centers are shown on this map as red dots. You can click on a dot to find out where it is located.
Clicking the Aerial Photography Button: This displays the statewide aerial photography layer. This layer is made up of many different image sources that have been taken at different time frames.
Show 5/3/2010 Nashville Imagery: This layer covers all of Davidson County and was captured on Monday, May 3, 2010. Clicking the checkbox will show the imagery and unchecking it will turn it off. Provided by Metro Nashville GIS.
Show 5/4-5/5/2010 Murfreesboro Imagery: This layer covers the city of Murfreesboro, TN and was captured between Monday, May 4, 2010 and Tuesday, May 5, 2010. Clicking the checkbox will show the imagery and unchecking it will turn it off. Provided by City of Murfreesboro.
Show Labels: Clicking the checkbox will show the labels (roads, political boundaries, landmarks, etc.) over the top of the aerial photography. Unchecking it will turn it off. It is on by default.
Street Map: This button shows the street map layer containing roads, political boundaries, water features, and landmarks. This layer is on by default when the map loads.
Turn on/off FEMA DFIRM Flood Map: This button turns the DFIRM flood map layer on or off, depending on its current state. The flood map was developed by FEMA and is currently in the process of being converted from paper form to digital. This process has been completed for all TN counties except for: Bledsoe, Cannon, Houston, Macon, Moore, Perry, Smith, and Stewart. Flood map data for those counties will not appear on this map. For more information about FEMA's flood map program, you can visit this link.
Turn on/off County Disaster Area Shading: This button turns on or off the shading over the counties that have been identified by FEMA as eligible for assistance.
Find Address: Enter an address to zoom the map to it. If an exact match cannot be found, an attempt will be made to zoom to the city or zip code entered.