City Maps

Printing the maps
Paper sizes are denoted with the last two letters of the file name  ("_ap" or "_bp").  The first letter is the paper size (see below) and  the second letter is the paper orientation (Portrait or Landscape).

Standard paper sizes are:                                                                             
 
  A - 8½  x 11
          
  B - 11 x 17

  C - 18 x 24

  D - 24 x 36

  E - 34 x 44

 
Please note that zoning maps (those with "_ep" suffix) are larger files and may take time to download over a dial up connection.

 
Need more information?  Contact Paul Sprague, GIS Coordinator, at 770-590-8268 or psprague@kennesaw-ga.gov

 
 
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