On our interactive map you can search for and view planning applications, public rights of way, cycle maps, ward boundaries, gritting routes and more.
Take a look at the interactive maps user guide [pdf]
Our interactive roadworks map shows the location and details of local works and road closures.
Warrington has a widespread network of cycle routes both on and off road and new routes are being added all the time. Improvements are also being made to the roads to make them safer and easier for cyclists to use. You can view cycle maps on the interactive map, or download them as pdfs:
Local parks and amenities
- Sankey Valley Park
- Risley Moss
- Woolston New Cut Heritage Trail
- Culcheth Linear Park
- Rixton Claypits
- Warrington Cemetery Section Map - A plot location guide
- Walton Lea Crematorium
We have some fantastic scenery around the Borough, take a little time and enjoy what's on your doorstep with some self-guided walks
We have over 136 miles of public rights of way in Warrington, 128 miles of footpath and seven miles of bridleways and restricted byways.
The Trans Pennine Trail comes into the town from the west via the Sankey canal and meanders through Grappenhall, Thelwall and finally out through Lymm on towards Dunham Massey and Altrincham.
- Ordnance Survey maps - Local and national maps
- Google maps - Interactive online maps including a "street view"
- The National Library of Scotland's map website hosts a selection of Ordnance Survey maps for the UK
- Tithe maps (c.1840) and some old Ordnance Survey maps for the historic county of Cheshire are available on-line on the Cheshire Record Office website
- Discover old Ordnance Survey maps of Cheshire and Lancashire from Old Maps Online
- Luftwaffe Bombing Target Maps of Warrington