OpenStreetMap is a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open license.
If you have noticed a problem with our map data, for example a road is missing or your address, the best way to
proceed is to join the OpenStreetMap community and add or repair the data yourself.
If you just want something small fixed and don't have the time to sign up and learn how to edit, it's
easy to add a note.
Just click or the same icon on the map display.
This will add a marker to the map, which you can move
by dragging. Add your message, then click save, and other mappers will investigate.
If you have concerns about how our data is being used or about the contents please consult our
copyright page for more legal information, or contact the appropriate
OSMF working group.
OpenStreetMap has several resources for learning about the project, asking and answering
questions, and collaboratively discussing and documenting mapping topics.
Get help here. With an organization making plans for OpenStreetMap? Check out the Welcome Mat.