Maps & GIS Data
Note: These maps reflect the boundaries and names used in the 2020 Population Estimates.
Note: Geographic boundaries may change from one decennial census to another. In Alaska, boroughs are created and communities incorporate or annex territory. These maps reflect the boundaries as of the 2010 Census.
Note: Geographic boundaries may change from one decennial census to another. In Alaska, boroughs are created and communities incorporate or annex territory. These maps reflect the boundaries as of the 2000 Census.
- Alaska Boroughs/Census Areas – 1990
- Alaska Boroughs/Census Areas – 1980
- Alaska Census Divisions – 1970
- Alaska Election Districts – 1960
- Alaska Judicial Districts – 1950
- Alaska Judicial Districts – 1930/1940
- Alaska Judicial Districts – 1910/1920
- Alaska Districts – 1880/1890/1900
Other Boundary Maps
- Alaska Native Regional Corporations Maps (13 pages)
- Alaska Native Regional Corporations Statewide Wall Map
- Legislative Districts
- School Districts (54 pages)
- 2010 Census Total Population by Borough/Census Area
- 2010 Census Proportion of Statewide Population by Borough/Census Area
- 2000-2010 Regional Migration Flows
- 2000-2010 Migration to Alaska by State
- Alaska Native Population at the Time of Contact with Europeans
Net Migration Maps
These maps show in-state net migration based on Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend applications. Data for these maps by borough and census area are available on our PFD migration page.
- Alaska Department of Natural Resource Map Page
- Alaska Department of Transportation Map Page
- Alaska Fish and Game Map page
- Alaska Judicial Districts
- Native Alaskan Peoples and Languages
- The National Map, USGS
- Who Owns/Manages Alaska?
- Kenai Peninsula Borough GIS
- Ketchikan Gateway Borough GIS
- Kodiak Island Borough GIS
- Matanuska-Susitna Borough GIS
- Municipality of Anchorage GIS
- National Historical Geographic Information System
- USGS Alaska Mapping Initiative
- U.S. Census Bureau TIGER/Line Shapefiles