To quickly update your business information, go to your Google My Business account and manage your business listing.

Report data or content errors on Google Maps

This article can help you find solutions to errors you may encounter in Maps.

Important: You can only help us correct an error in Maps in some countries and regions.

Add or edit information about places

You can publicly add missing places like public landmarks, coffee shops, or other local businesses to the map. Learn more about adding a missing place in maps.

You can add or edit information about a place or business. You can change info like the name, address, hours or other facts. Learn more about adding or editing information about a place.

Add or fix addresses

You can publicly add or edit mailing addresses. You can also fix where packages are delivered or change pin locations. Learn more about how to fix an address.

Add or fix a road

If we need to add roads to Google Maps or something on the map isn’t right, you can tell us.

Learn more about how to add or fix a road here.

Remove an incorrect or fraudulent listing

You can report businesses or the names of places for offensive, fake, spam, or inappropriate content.

Tip: For legal issues, such as copyright or trademark disputes, submit a report.

  1. Open Google Maps Maps.
  2. Find the place you want to report for review.
  3. Select the place and then Suggest an edit and then Close or remove.
  4. Choose the reason the place should be removed.
  5. Click Submit.

Find your edits & understand their status

On your phone or tablet, you can find a list of edits and places you’ve added on Google Maps. Your edits are only visible to you. You may not get Local Guide points if someone already edited the same place before you.

Learn more about your Maps edits.

Report other content errors on Google Maps

Report incorrect gas prices

Gas stations show current gasoline prices in their Business Profile on Google Maps and Search. To find gas prices, customers can search "gas stations" or a specific brand.

If the gas price data is incorrect, reach out to OPIS.

Overhead imagery blurring
We strive to make sure that our imagery complies with the laws of the relevant country. If we miss something, users can submit legal complaints through our webforms to request the removal of content based on local laws.
Google will not blur overhead imagery except for legal or national security reasons.
If you believe any imagery should be removed for these reasons, request to have it removed it here. If you are part of a government entity, request removal through this form

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