Large-scale features added to the World Topographic Map!
The most recent World Topographic Map release includes new Community Map contributions for cities and counties across the United States. These contributions help enhance content in the Living Atlas of the World and add value and usability to Esri’s online basemaps. Through the Community Maps Program, Esri continues to incorporate useful large-scale features as these examples will show. See information below about becoming part of this community.
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Broome County, New York
Parish of Lafayette, Louisiana
This Story Map Series visits selected areas in several communities where new and updated content are available.
Living Atlas Community
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If you have other feedback or comments, please post them to the ArcGIS Online Discussion Group and the Living Atlas Discussion Group on GeoNet.