Welcome to the Stadia Maps documentation site. Here you will find all you need to get started integrating our maps into your web or mobile application.
You can get started developing locally without any effort or cost. You can get
started right away with a web server running on
you're ready to deploy, you can sign up for free.
If your production web application is for non-commercial use only, you can keep using the free tier as long as you stay within the limits. You can find the acceptable uses and limits of each service tier on our homepage. Otherwise, we ask that you sign up for a paid plan.
You can specify your API key via a query string parameter
api_key, or via an
Authorization header with the value
Stadia-Auth <key> where
<key> is your
We have several themes (map styles) available for your use. You can browse them on our Theme Library.
Maps for web¶
We offer both raster and vector maps for your web application. No API keys are required. Just make sure to attach your deployment domain to a property in your account. Since the process is quite different for vector and raster, we have separate pages for each.
Maps outside the browser¶
You can use our maps anywhere you like! Just be sure to include an API key as described above. On mobile, many mapping frameworks allow you to include a layer of image tiles with a URL format similar to the ones used by Leaflet. We do not offer our own SDKs at this time, but if you need assistance, feel free to get in touch, and we'll set you on the right path.
In the event that you only want to show a simple, non-interactive map on your page or mobile app, check out our static map documentation.
Stadia Maps has chosen to focus on other areas, but if your application requires geocoding (converting addresses to coordinates or vice versa), we have an affiliate that can help you out.
As outlined in our terms of service, you must leave the automatically generated attributions in place. You are allowed to replace these with ones that fit your site style better, but the content must retain the original spirit, and must still be prominent. This isn't just about us. Thousands of people have put a lot of work into building OpenStreetMap, figuring out ways to efficiently slice up map tiles, and so on. In fact, we've got a whole page on our site about it. If you are using a platform that doesn't automatically generate attributions, please include the following: © Stadia Maps © OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap contributors. Make sure to preserve the links if possible.