Features / Layers on This Map
- Border & Scale
- Railroad / Rail Lines
- Highways (not labeled)
- Roads (road names are *not* labeled)
- Hydro / Water Casings
- Water Features
- Landmark Fill
- City Borders
- National Park Borders
- County Borders
The Palm Beach, FL City Map offers an affordable medium-detail vector map of the greater metropolitan area in editable Illustrator or PDF format. Each individual layer can be individually edited or easily turned off, allowing the designer a great deal of flexibility to show or hide as much detail as is required by the project. See the sidebar for a complete list of features / layers available on this digital map.
This Palm Beach, FL City Map also contains border outlines for the following neighboring cities: Atlantis, Boynton Beach, Wellington, Greenacres, Haverhill, Lantana, Manalapan, Ocean Ridge, Palm Springs, Pam Beach, Riviera Beach, River Riviera Beach, Royal Palm, South Palm Beach, West Palm Beach
- These blank city maps are made from government data sources. Data quality varies throughout the country due to different data sources. Some maps may have missing street lines, ownership borders, annexes, and label errors which we have no control over. Maps should be used for general overviews of cities, road networks, borders, and regions and not as a close-up representation of city streets. These maps have a resolution of 300 dpi so it is suggested that no more than a 200-300% zoom be used, since major distortion will show at greater zoom levels.
This map is also delivered as a fully-editable Adobe PDF map file. This raw PDF file can be opened using the free Adobe Reader software, which allows you to zoom into any portion of the map while maintaining crisp lines and text at any level of magnification. All of our Adobe PDF map files can be easily incorporated into a wide range of other software products, such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, as well as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Our PDF maps are also 100% editable in Illustrator 10 and higher, allowing you to select and edit any object on the map (such as state/county/country boundaries, road lines, map symbols, text, etc.). All major map objects reside on their own intuitively labeled layers, allowing you to easily show/hide, edit and delete each main map object. For a complete list of features/layers, refer to the list in the sidebar.