This map supports Forest Stewards, partner organizations, and contractors in carrying out our restoration mission. Maps help communicate about work areas and logistics, show progress, can describe an area’s history, and inform planning.

Zoom in and out using the arrows in the upper left corner. Click on the zones within each park to view restoration and habitat information, such as the phase of restoration, tree-iage value, and target forest type. Or view the map in its own window.

Go mobile:

If you are interested in using this map on your smart phone:

  1. Install Explorer for ArcGIS on your phone. If you do not have an organizational account (like a staff account through the City of Seattle), select “Continue without signing in” on the start-up page. Unfortunately, personal accounts are not supported in this app at this time. To get to the GSP Reference Map from the homepage, use the search function in the upper left corner of the app to search for “Green Seattle Partnership Reference Map.”
  2. To learn more about how to view different map features, how to use the measuring tool, and more, check out the quick reference webpage.
  3. If you run into additional issues, review the FAQs for Explorer ArcGIS from the app developers.

More Info:

GSP Reference Map FAQ

Learn more about how and what data is collected in the annual inventory of restoration sites

Watch video tutorials:

How to use the GSP Reference Map

How to make notes and other annotations with the GSP Reference Map

Make great maps for material and tool deliveries