District 49 Information Map

  • District 49's information map is published to help families in the Pikes Peak region understand their school systems, and potential variances in demographical conditions by county, district, ZIP and neighborhood levels. Encompassing 133 square miles of areas in Colorado Springs and unincorporated portions in the Falcon area of El Paso County, District 49 is one of Colorado's fastest growing school districts. Falcon Zone is located in the most eastern portion of the district, POWER Zone in the northwest and Sand Creek Zone in the southwest.
     
    District 49 resident? Find your neighborhood schools by inputting your address and clicking on your lot.

This Web application references several data resources, including Colorado Census Tract Socio Demographic Data Dictionary (January 2015), selected variables from 2009-2013 American Community Survey and the 2010 U.S. Census. You'll find data references in pop-up windows. With community surveys and polling, there's always a margin of error to consider. Information about District 49's school, zone and district boundaries is provided by District 49. If you have any questions regarding the contents of this map, or its use, send a note to webhelp@d49.org

Want More Options? Open The School Boundaries App

  • GIS Web App District 49 builds a powerful GIS app that runs on any mobile device. If you prefer more customizable options, including the ability to get directions or bookmark places, view the published web app. It's based on the District 49 boundaries map. Any changes made to the map, including its extent, layers, description, and so on, are reflected in the web app.
     

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