Maps and GIS Data
The New Jersey Office of Smart Growth uses state-of-the-art computer graphics and geographic information systems to prepare a variety of map products.
While certain map products are prepared at a statewide or county scale, maps are commonly produced at a 1:24,000 scale corresponding to U.S. Geological Survey topographic quadrangle maps. At this scale, the standard accuracy of mapping is usually within (plus or minus) 45 feet.
Map Update Email Notification
To receive notice via email about updates to the State Plan Policy Map, please email the Office.
State Plan Policy Map
The official map of the New Jersey State Development and Redevelopment Plan is called the State Plan Policy Map. The scale of the official map is 1:24,000. A series of maps produced at this scale, which match the 7.5 minute scale geographic quadrangle maps produced by the United States Geological Survey, are available in hard copy format from the Office of Smart Growth as well as in various digital formats.
Maps updated December 02, 2015
Smart Growth Area Map
Maps from the 2001 State Development and Redevelopment Plan
Drinking Water Supply Surface Sources