All maps are maps of Edgewater unless specifically noted. If a map is identified as “interactive” it means that if you click on a particular colored section or star, you will get additional information relevant to that section or star on the map.

The symbol indicates the link opens a PDF file. If a map is a PDF file it means that you can zoom in on part of the map. You do this by increasing the percentage shown on the top bar. You can zoom out as well. You must have a PDF reader (such as Adobe Reader) installed on your computer or tablet in order to view a PDF file.

Please note: If you use Firefox as your web browser and the PDF maps are not readable (or if they do not open at all), Firefox might be configured to use its built-in PDF viewer instead of Adobe Reader. Since these maps are optimized for Adobe Reader, the following instructions will reconfigure Firefox to use Adobe Reader as its PDF viewer.

  1. Open the Firefox “Options” window: (Tools→Options or OrangeFirefoxButton→Options→Options).
  2. Open the “Applications” tab.
  3. Scroll down to the line with “Portable Document Format (PDF)” on the left.
  4. If the right-half of that line shows “Preview in Firefox”, click the “Preview in Firefox” phrase to get a drop-down list, and then select “Use Adobe Acrobat (in Firefox)” from that list.
  5. Click the “OK” button at the bottom of the window.

If you are still unable to view the maps after following the above instructions, please notify us by using the “Contact Us” button at the top.