New York State government information and resources on Maps.
- map-NY - Part of the New York State home page. Includes New York State GIS Clearinghouse.
- NYS Interactive Mapping Gateway - "New York State's doorway to convenient access to digital orthoimagery of New York State."
- I LOVE NEW YORK - The Official New York State Tourism Website - Includes NYS road maps and the New York State Travel Guide & State Map.
- New York State Thruway Authority - Includes virtual Thruway map and other traveler information.
- New York State Canals - Includes maps.
- NYS Department of Environmental Conservation - Maps include Geographic Information on New York's Wells and Mines, Recreation Maps, and Global Positioning System (GPS) Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS), and the Environmental Navigator, DEC's interactive mapping utility.
- Map NYS Social Indicators - State University of New York at Albany.
- New York State Department of Health - Includes Cancer Surveillance Improvement Initiative (CSII) - Cancer Mapping and Related Information.
- Selected Maps, Gazetteers and Geographical Resources - Links selected by the New York State Library.
New York City:
- New York CityMap - from NYC.gov. NYCityMap includes "... information on transportation, education, public safety, resident services, neighborhood information, and City life."
- New York State Historical Maps - State University of New York at Stony Brook
- Annotated Bibliography of Selected New York State Maps: 1793-1900 - Highlights selected New York State Library holdings of sheet and roll maps of the whole of New York State and of some regions larger than counties, dating from the period 1793 to 1900. (The bibliography is preceded by an overview of cartography in New York in the nineteenth century.)
- Landmarks Preservation Commission - from NYC.gov. Landmark Maps include "Historic District Maps and Geographic Data."
- Historic Markers - The State Historic Marker Program, an active field program from 1926 to 1966, has now become largely an advisory and data base management program maintained by the New York State Museum. Records of more than 2,800 historic markers across the State can be accessed by selecting the "Search for State Markers" tab.