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Los Angeles County Fire Hydrant Layer

Fire hydrants within the Los Angeles County Fire Departments’s jurisdiction and surrounding areas.  Surrounding city/county hydrants are included in the dataset as there is often a need for first responders to assist on large-incident calls in surrounding areas.

The data herein is for informational purposes, and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying intents. The Los Angeles County Fire Department reserves the right to change, restrict or discontinue access at any time.

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Data Field Descriptions

GIS Source Information
Database Name: eGIS_Infrastructure
Feature Class Name:
Feature Dataset Name (if applicable):
Reference Date: 2019
Accuracy: Other
Update Frequency: Unknown
Access Constraints:None

Contact Information
Los Angeles County
Fire Department
Information Management Division
Geographic Information Systems Section
5847 Rickenbacker Road
Commerce, CA
90040
LACoFDGIS@fire.lacounty.gov
323-890-4260

7 comments to Los Angeles County Fire Hydrant Layer

  • mypremp

    Hi, is it possible to get a current version of the “Los Angeles County Fire Hydrant Layer”, that has multiple data sets like previously posted about? The one available now only has 2. Also is there a way to provide a kml version?

    Even if I can procure an older version with information about bolt type, amount, flange size, install date, type of hydrant, manufacturer, model and replacement would be very appreciated.

  • Wilson23

    Is the data no longer active?

  • Satish

    Tim,

    Thanks a lot for the data.

    My question is, I do see hydrants serving in our service area are coded with ‘COUNTY’. Can you please let me know why its like that?

    Do you differentiate only based on County & Private?

    Thanks,
    Satish

  • ED_LACOFD

    The GIS Portal, GIS Data Disclaimer for the hydrant data describes the fields and there significance. However, the “test date” field is indicative of when the hydrant was last tested. The “install date” is when the hydrant was physically installed at the street sidewalk.

    The angle field is used to rotate the various hydrant symbols for display purposes.

  • seanmaday

    This is great data Tim, thanks!

    Two questions:
    1. What is the significance of the test and installation dates? I am seeing lots of entries from the years 1899 and 1970. Do those values have any meaning?
    2. Is the angle attribute indicative of the hydrants position relative to the street?

  • timsmith66

    Hi

    You can download the hydrants now. Sorry about that.

    Tim Smith

  • ssgsquint

    Where’s the data? (o:

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