The capability to download maps is currently limited FINAL maps and those maps 2004 and greater. If you are in the need of a map older than 2004, please email your request to . Be sure to include as much detail as possible about the records you are seeking. In the event of any questions regarding your request, please include a contact name and number.


Historic Users of Mine Maps
Who benefits from Internet accessibility?

From 850 - 1,300 contacts are received and services performed annually by the Kentucky Division of Mine Safety for individuals, companies, and lawyers nationwide. Over 150 state and federal agency contacts are also received. This includes mail, fax, e-mail, and phone calls. 

State and federal agencies, as well as private organizations who historically use the map facility and who benefit from the new Internet access include, but are not limited to:

  • Citizens of Kentucky
  • Kentucky Revenue Cabinet-Department of Property Valuation, Severance and Miscellaneous Tax Section
  • Kentucky Transportation Cabinet-Division of Planning, Coal Haul Highway Mapping
  • Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet:
  • Office of Legal Services
  • Division of Mine Safety
  • Division of Water
  • Division of Mine Permits
  • Division of Abandoned Mine Lands
  • Division of Oil and Gas Conservation
  • Division of Mine Reclamation and Enforcement
  • Kentucky Geological Survey
  • United States Geological Survey
  • United States Division of Energy-Energy Information Administration
  • Army Corps of Engineers
  • Tennessee Valley Authority
  • United States Forest Service
  • United States Office of Surface Mining
  • Mine Safety and Health Administration
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Kentucky State Police
  • Interpol
  • United States Armed Forces
  • Economic Development Cabinet
  • Governor’s Office
  • Coal Marketing and Export Council
  • Area Development Districts
  • Local Governments
  • Coal and Land Companies
  • Engineering and Geological Consulting firms