Los Angeles County Flood Control District Right-of-Way Parcels

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works is focused on creating an interactive environment that allows efficient access to flood control right-of-way information for our customers. This dataset contains the boundaries of the Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD) right-of-way parcels and distinguishes between fee, easement, quitclaim, and other.

 

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Parking Lot Boundaries – Commercial, Industrial, Government (2014)

This dataset contains the boundaries of parking lots in the County of Los Angeles 5,000 square feet and larger for commercial, industrial, and government properties.

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LARIAC_PARKING_LOTS_2014 (zipped shapefile)

Description

The Los Angeles County Office of Sustainability funded the development of this dataset in order to support the […]

Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) layers

Airport Land Use Commissions (ALUC) have been established for all counties with public use airports within the state of California. ALUCs are formed with the specific intent of implementing state law (Public Utilities Code) regarding airports and surrounding land use compatibility.  With limited exceptions, an Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) is required by California law […]

Locations/Points of Interest (LMS Data) – January 2016

Current data date: January 2016

The major changes to this file include an update of all public school locations from the State Department of Education

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LMS_Data_Public_20160114_gdb  – Zipped file geodatabase – full dataset LMS_Data_Public_20160114_shapefile – Due to the length of a number of the fields, a shapefile’s 255 character […]

Department of Public Works Field Facilities – Points

 

Abstract:

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works (DPW) facility points show the location of field facilities owned by or under the jurisdiction of DPW. These points are used by the Service Locator web application that allows the public to find the location of services provided by DPW.

Purpose:

To locate public […]

DISASTER MANAGEMENT AREAS

This dataset represents Disaster Management Areas within the Los Angeles County Operational Area.

Los Angeles County serves as the intermediate level of government that coordinates and communicates disaster response needs between the eighty-eight (88) cities within its geographic boundaries and the State of California. The County is divided into eight Disaster Management Areas (A, […]

Department of Parks and Recreation Trails (2015)

This shapefile contains existing county trails and proposed multi-use trails.  Other agencies’ trails are also shown to show continuity, but only county trails information is maintained by the county.  All existing county trails data was collected using GPS equipment and was collected from July 2012 to February 2015.

 

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Active Wells

Abstract:

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works has developed a groundwater well web viewer to provide the public with current and historical groundwater depth information throughout Los Angeles County.

 

Purpose:

To provide active wells information to the public.

 

Supplemental Information:

 

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Flood Zones

Abstract:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) creates and provides authoritative data related to flood insurance. Using that data, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works has developed a public-facing web viewer for accessing flood zone information in the County of Los Angeles (Flood Zone Determination Website). Flood zones are represented […]

Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs)

Abstract:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) creates and provides authoritative data related to flood insurance. Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) data, where available digitally, can be found on the official FEMA’s National Flood Hazard Layer.

Looking for more than just […]

Split 2010 Block Group/City – BASA

This dataset contains 2010 Block Groups, updated to improve geographic accuracy, split by City boundaries for each year since 2010. It is a foundation-level dataset that is used to create many other datasets and reporting within the County, including:

Legal City Boundaries Census Block Group and Tract Boundaries – which is used to map our demographic estimate […]

Board Approved Statistical Areas (Communities) – Final Draft

Board Approved Statistical Areas provide a common geographic boundary for reporting departmental statistics for unincorporated areas to the Board of Supervisors. They are not designed to perfectly represent communities, nor jurisdictional boundaries such as the Angeles National Forest.

To learn more about this project, click on this link to go to the […]

NAIP (National Agriculture Imagery Program) Imagery

The National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) is a program to acquire peak growing season “leaf on” imagery, and deliver this imagery to USDA County Service Centers, in order to maintain the common land unit (CLU) boundaries and assist with farm programs.

This data is different from our LARIAC imagery because it contains a 4th […]

Employment Protection Districts

This layer represents the employment protection districts as depicted in Figure 14.1 in the General Plan 2035.  Employment Protection Districts are economically-viable industrial and employment-rich lands, with policies to prevent the conversion of industrial land to non-industrial land.

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Land Use Policy – General Plan 2035

The General Plan 2035 was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on 10/6/15, and went into effect on 11/5/15. This reflects the land use policy as depicted in that plan. This plan rescinds the 1980 General Plan, however, the old GIS layer is available here for download.  More information about the General Plan 2035 […]

Agricultural Resource Areas

Agricultural Resource Areas

Agricultural Resource Areas were introduced with the Antelope Valley Area Plan that was adopted on 6/16/15 by the Board of Supervisors.  They are meant to preserve Agricultural activities in the Antelope Valley and encourage low-density development.  For more information, please reference the Antelope Valley Area Plan, Chapter 4 (click […]

Significant Ecological Areas (SEA) – Existing/Adopted

Significant Ecological Areas (SEA) Significant Ecological Area (SEA) means an area that is determined to possess an example of biotic resources that cumulatively represent biological diversity for the purposes of protecting biotic diversity, as part of the Los Angeles County general plan or the city’s general plan. Additional regulations shall be applied based on

Transit Oriented Districts (TOD)

This layer represents the proposed Transit Oriented Districts (TODs) as depicted in Figure 6.5 in the General Plan 2035. These are urban and suburban areas with access to major transit and commercial corridors that have the most potential for infill development, and are well-suited for higher density housing and mixed uses. With the exception of […]

Master Plan of Highways

Adopted Countywide Highway / Freeway Plan […]

Zoning (Unincorporated Areas Only)

This is zoning for the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.

For more complete information, see Title 22 (Planning and Zoning) of the Los Angeles County Code, or stop by the office of the Los Angeles County Department of […]

Tax Rate Area Table (2015) – Auditor Controller

Summary

This dataset contains TRAs for July 1, 2015.

The Tax Rate Area (TRA) contains the taxing authority for each Tax Rate Area as established by the State Board of Equalization, as well as the tax rates for each authority. It is shown on the property tax bill that is mailed to owners […]

Tax Rate Area Table (2014) – Auditor Controller

Summary

This dataset contains TRAs for July 1, 2014.

The Tax Rate Area (TRA) contains the taxing authority for each Tax Rate Area as established by the State Board of Equalization, as well as the tax rates for each authority. It is shown on the property tax bill that is mailed to owners […]

LA City Communities and Planning Areas

A number of LA City boundaries are available, including:

LA City Community Boundaries LA City Neighborhood Council Boundaries LA City Community Plan Areas

Some of these datasets were downloaded from the LA City Planning GIS […]

LA County Bathymetry Data

The USGS developed a number of valuable bathymetric datasets off the coast of Los Angeles County in 1996 that we have loaded into our repository, and are made available here. The datasets include:

Source backscatter data 50 foot contours Bathymetry data in DEM format Hillshade Bathymetric Relief

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USGS Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)

This dataset contains the locations for Los Angeles County as noted by the US Board of Geographic Names. It is called the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS), and is the official dataset of all locations and names as recognized by the federal government.

These are points that are shown on USGS Topographic Quad Sheets and […]

2011 Redistricting Data

As part of the 2011 Supervisorial Redistricting process, Los Angeles County prepared a number of methods for citizens to propose their own plans and submit them to the Board for consideration. Click here to go to the Redistricting Site.

Those methods included an online tool to do this, but we wanted to […]

Child Care Provider Facilities

The point data in the Child Care Facilities layer, represents the locations of State licensed child care providers within Los Angeles County.

DPSS has been tasked with the management and administration of the data. A child care facilities locator has been created for the purpose of assisting the public in identifying their nearest […]

DPSS Office Locations

Summary

This data is a representation of Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) district office locations, which are accessible to the public.  There are additional offices that are not publicly available and are not included in this layer.  The district offices in this layer, service the public with various programs administered by DPSS.  […]

Tax Rate Area Polygons

Summary The Tax Rate Area Polygon file shows the boundaries of Tax Rate Areas, which is used by the Assessor to assign tax rates to properties. When joined with the Tax Rate Area Table, it can be used to determine the property tax rate for any area of the County.

Description

Districts and cities […]

California Statewide Parcel Boundaries

Summary

This is a collection of all of the parcel boundary datasets collected during the last round of parcel data collection by the Information Center for the Environment under funding from the California Strategic Growth Council. This dataset includes one file for each of the 51 counties that were collected, as well as a CA_Merged […]

Specific Plans (Seven in Unincorporated Areas)

For UNINCORPORATED areas of Los Angeles County only.  A Specific Plan implements the General Plan/Community Plan and is a more detailed version of the General Plan for a focused area.  The Specific Plan articulates planning considerations and imposes regulations or controls.  Updated 8/31/15 for city boundary reorganization between the city of Los Angeles and Universal […]

Zoned Districts (ZD)

These districts were established when zoning was created for Los Angeles County many years ago. It was a way to break the county up into distinct areas, smaller units, for easier record keeping and organization. It is still in use to identify and keep track of those ordinances and for running queries […]

2014 Color Orthophotography – LARIAC4

This dataset represents natural color, leaf-off, 0.33-foot (4-inch) high-resolution, high-accuracy orthorectified aerial imagery, acquired by the Los Angeles Regional Imagery Consortium (LAR-IAC) in winter 2013/2014.  This imagery covers the majority of urban/suburban areas of the County in mainland (approximately 2,898 square miles) and Catalina Island covering approximately 75 square miles.

The rest of the County, […]

Sensitive Environmental Resource Areas (SERA)

 

 

 

These are the Sensitive Environmental Resource Areas (SERAs) identified in the Santa Monica Mountains Local Coastal Program, which was certified by the California Coastal Commission on October 10, 2014 (a link to the resolution is here).  Also known as Biological Resources in the SMM […]

Imagery of Southern California (Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino Counties) – 2014

USGS has now posted 2014 imagery for a portion of the southern California urban region.  New imagery was collected in mid 2014 by USGS contractors for the built up areas around the Orange County and Riverside/San Bernardino urban areas.  This region covers about 2,250 square miles. The images have a one foot resolution and […]

LARIAC4 (2014) 4-inch and 1 foot Orthophoto Imagery Seamline and Date Flown

These dataset contains the dates of the imagery as well as the image chips that were compiled into the 2014 Los Angeles Regional Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC4) 4-inch and 1-foot color orthophotography.

Each polygon contains an 8 digit number that corresponds to the date the image was acquired (for example, 20140125 corresponds to January […]

DPSS Program Service Area Boundaries

Summary This data is a representation of the program boundaries for Department of Public Social Services, for all district offices. There are separate boundary layers for program Intake boundaries, which are used to tell County residents which office to go to when applying for a particular program. There are also separate boundaries […]

LA County Sanitation Districts GIS Page

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The LA County Sanitation Districts are a partnership of 24 independent special districts that serve the wastewater and solid waste management needs of approximately 5.5 million people in Los Angeles County (County). The Sanitation Districts’ service area covers approximately 824 square miles and encompasses 78 cities and […]

Port of Los Angeles Berths, Docks, Slips

The Port of Los Angeles manages GIS information about its Berths, Marinas, docks, and slips. They have provided a set of feature classes, including:

Berth Lines Dock Lines Marina Boundaries Slips Dock Structures

You can see the organization of the data in the image on the right.

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POLA_Data – zipped […]

Rural Preservation Areas

Rural Preservation Areas

 

Introduced in the Antelope Valley Area Plan, adopted by the Board of Supervisors on 6/16/15, the Rural Preservation Areas layer identifies several types of rural preserves such as “Rural Town Areas”, “Future Town Areas”, “Open Space”, etc.  It lays out the framework of the Land Use Policy Map […]

Specific Plans – Proposed

Specific Plan – Proposed

These are Proposed Specific Plans for the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.  The adoption of the Antelope Valley Area Plan by the Board of Supervisors (6/16/15) introduced a new Specific Plan Boundary on the Land Use Policy maps for the Centennial project and other adjacent parcels.  This […]

Scenic Drives

Scenic Drives

Introduced by the Antelope Valley Area Plan, adopted by the Board of Supervisors on 6/16/15, the Scenic Drives layer identifies major roads that have scenic signifigance.  Also establishes development guidelines to help preserve their scenic qualities.  For more information, please see Chapter 4 of the Antelope Valley Area Plan (click […]

Economic Opportunity Areas

Economic Opportunity Areas (EOA)

Introduced by the Antelope Valley Area Plan that was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on 6/16/15, the Economic Opportunity Area layer identifies areas that have significant opportunities for growth and economic development.  For more information about this, please see the Antelope Valley Area Plan, chapter 2 (click […]

Land Use Policy (Comm/Area Plan)

 

Area / Community / Coastal / Neighborhood Plans

This data depicts generalized land use classifications, each of which is intended to describe the dominant use characteristics within the area covered. Updated information regarding public parks, school sites, freeways, rail/transit lines, and other ownership-specific boundaries have been incorporated into this data. The […]

Trees in LA County Parks

This dataset contains tree locations and information from 26 parks managed by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation.

Data Download

LA County Parks – Trees (phases 1 and 2) – zipped shapefile Shapefile Metadata – pdf format LACO Park Trees Phases 1 and 2 – Excel […]

LA County CAMS Address Locator

From this post you can download an address locator customized for Los Angeles County, as well as the rules that build it.

The County of Los Angeles currently is able to confidently match over 98.8% of incoming addresses. This has been tested against approximately 9 million addresses composed of voters’ addresses, utility addresses, […]

Airport Influence Areas

An Airport Influence Area is the area which current or future airport-related noise, over flight, safety, and/or airspace protection factors may significantly affect land uses or necessitate restrictions on those uses.  It includes airport owned property, Runway Protection Zones (RPZ), inner & outer safety zones and Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) contours.

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Airports (Countywide)

Shows all airports in Los Angeles County.  For a link to the Department of Regional Planning’s Airport Land Use Commission page, click here.  UPDATED on 4/27/15 to reflect the name change from El Monte Airport to the San Gabriel Valley Airport

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View in the new LA County Open […]

Zoning Map Grid

The grid that shows the zoning maps that cover the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.  This grid follows alignment and numbering system as the Department of Public Works House Numbering Maps.  This was developed as part of the Zoning Map Conversion and Integration Project (ZCIP) – 2002 to 2006.

Updated 4/27/15 […]

Community Standards Districts (CSD)

The community standards districts are established as supplemental districts to provide a means of implementing special development standards contained in adopted neighborhood, community, area, specific and local coastal plans within the UNINCORPORATED areas of Los Angeles County, or to provide a means of addressing special problems which are unique to certain geographic […]