In looking over the maps at this link in more detail:
I realize now that they have exactly the information you need --
simple, line boundaries for each county and populated places within
For instance, the map on Section 12 shows Delaware County, and within
the county, includes boundaries for more than 25 individual townships,
subdivisions and so on, from Andes to Walton.
As you had requested, there are no zip codes, roads, attractions or
other clutter on the maps.
And perhaps best of all, the maps are issued by the federal
government, and are thus in the public domain -- you can reproduce
them at will and use them in any manner that suits you.
I trust these maps will fully meet your needs.
But before rating this answer, please let me know if you need anything
in addition to the information I've provided. Just post a Request for
Clarification, and I'll be happy to assist you further.
All the best,
search strategy: Used bookmarked sites for maps.
Clarification of Answer by
05 Oct 2004 07:12 PDT
I'm happy to continue working on this question for you, but I'm a bit
confused by your comment.
The maps I linked to are quite a bit MORE detailed than the
Westchester County map provided at the wikipedia site.
For instance, the wikipedia map just shows an outline for Yorktown,
while the maps I provided show a number of communities within Yorktown
Your question clearly asked for outlines of the smaller villages and
towns, along with the larger communities, so it seemed the census
outline maps that I provided would be perfect.
Perhaps you are simply viewing the maps in small format. They are, in
fact, as large -- if not larger -- than the wikipedia map of
You can adjust the viewing size in Adobe Acrobat by selecting the size
of the view on the pull-down menu that shows the percent. Try viewing
at 100% size, or even better, at the "Fit Width" option, and you
should get a good clear view of the counties in question.
You can also jsut print out a page or two to see the maps on paper.
If this still doesn't meet your needs, please explain in a bit more
detail what you're after, and I'll see what I can do.