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Maps of DC

OCTFME is proud to now offer an array of mapping tools developed to inform film/media makers, location managers and production support service vendors/workers, and navigate DC's one-of-a-kind landscape, neighborhoods and jurisdictional boundaries.
 

**NEW**
Just recently released, our newest location scouting map is the product of our collaboration between several DC agencies, most notably DMPED, OCTO, and DGS.

Location Scouting Map


Jurisdictional Map

This map identifies National Capital Parks territories within the District of Columbia. The data comes directly from the National Park Service. If you notice any errors or ommissions, you should contact the appropriate agency within the Department of the Interior. All large parks, monuments and memorials will be under NPS jurisdiction. All territory within roughly  a 4-block radius around the US Capitol is generally US Capitol Police jurisdictions. Filmmakers should use this map to quickly decide which agency they should reach out to form filming permisssion. The map includes phone numbers and web links to the appropriate agency. 

Jurisdictional Map

 

Neighborhood Map

Get in-depth location information describing DC's rich, one-of-a-kind, bustling Neighborhoods.  

Neighborhood Map of DC