Draw Concentric Circles
Use this tool to draw Concentric Circles on a map. You can bulk-upload the location, start radius, end radius and fill colour for multiple circles at once.
Concentric Circles Map
Units Miles km
For example "48.857798,2.299962",25,30,blue or "Paris, France",5,20,blue
How to use the Concentric Circles on a map tool
- Input one row per concentric circle, with location contained in double quotes. Then start radius, end radius and colour.
- Click Full Screen to see the map full screen.
- Click Clear Map to clear the map and start again.
This tool will draw concentric circles on map. This can be used to illustrate delivery areas.
Future Ideas and Features
- Nautical Miles available as units
- Label for center of circle
- 27th January 2014 - Initial version
- 4th February 2014 - Added Option for KM or miles
- 7th February 2014 - Update to resolve issue with incorrect measurements
- 11th September 2014 - New User Menu functionality allows dthe concentric circles to be saved and reloaded
- 22th July 2016 - Text bok no longer clears when you click inside
- 2nd December 2016 - Export to KML option added
- 21st July 2017 - Full Screen option is now an icon on the map
- 26th July 2017 - Resolved issue with KML export in Firefox browser
Comments For This Page
Steven, an option would be to use Find ZIP Codes Inside a Radius and use it twice then find the ZIPs common to both radius.
By Free Map Tools on 13th December 2017
Would it be possible to generate a list of ZIP codes inside an area where two circles overlap?
By Steven on 13th December 2017
Hi, you can use https://www.freemaptools.com/how-far-is-it-between.htm to find the distance between the places. So 130km between NTY and Philadelphia.
The make the circles on this page half that or a bit more to get some overlap.
So, 80km radius gives:
"Philadelphia, PA, United States",0,80,red
"New York, NY, United States",0,80,blue
By Free Map Tools on 7th March 2017
I want to be able to make circles around 2 points where I click so that the concentric circles meetup. Say Where are the halfway points between Philadelphia and NY City?
On 3rd March 2017
"san ramon, ca",5,5,blue
"san ramon, ca",10,10,blue
"san ramon, ca",15,15,blue
"san ramon, ca",20,20,blue
"san ramon, ca",25,25,blue
On 26th January 2017
Stephan, you can now export to KML format
By Free Map Tools on 2nd December 2016
Stephan, you comment has been noted, understood and something is in the pipeline.
By Free Map Tools on 29th November 2016
hi there, great job.
but i think a very good additional feature would be to have som eexport, that can be importet in google-maps. this would be really great.
By stephan on 25th November 2016
satish, sorry this is not possible
By Free Map Tools on 23rd September 2016
Is it possible to create Square or Rectangle on the map
By satish on 23rd September 2016
Hi, thanks for the feedback. You have a good point. It has now been changed so that it will not clear the textbox, but has some sample values to start.
By Free Map Tools on 22nd July 2016
Could you stop the textbox clearing on click? Whenever I want to make an adjustment I have to retype the whole lot again! Great feature though. It would be wonderful if you could combine this with the drive time radius tool.
On 22nd July 2016
Hi Didier, can you try the option [Save Concentric Circle] then export the XML? You need to save the data then it will appear inside the XML.
By Free Map Tools on 8th March 2016
Hi, nice job !
I draw a test, it seems ok on screen.
But when I export as ".xml", the file .xml doesn't include polygon and ... Only:
By Didier (French with so bad eng on 8th March 2016
Hi Lindsay, there is nothing we are aware of. Any tests at this side show it is still working.
By Free Map Tools on 1st March 2016
Hi, although I've used this alot in the past it no longer seems to be working. Is there currently a problem with this map?
By Lindsay on 1st March 2016
On 5th February 2016
Hi John, you could save your Excel spreadsheet as CSV and copy/paste the raw text in to the text box on this page. As long as the columns are in the correct order ... lat,lng,start radius, end radius, colour
By Free Map Tools on 28th January 2016
This is excellent, but can I import data from an excel datasheet into a map to create points based on Lat and Long.
By John on 27th January 2016
Looking on my globe, "Reykjavik",0,3000,blue
should make a circle covering North Pole and parts of northern Russia. However, I get a bottle shaped "circle" which seems to abandon the map
By Johannes on 13th September 2015
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