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Homeland Infrastructure Foundation Level Data (HIFLD) Open Data Portal

hifldThe HIFLD Subcommittee is pleased to announce the release of the HIFLD Open data portal .

LA County leverages a fair amount of this data to provide emergency response preparedness as well as including publicly available data in our Points of Interest file.  There is a lot of good information there.

HIFLD Open represents the initial evolutionary first step to provide online access to HIFLD Data. HIFLD Open provides publicly available datasets previously contained in HSIP 2015. These 270+ public domain datasets consist of both re-hosted public domain data AND when possible, live pointers to dynamic web services direct from the source. Data is available for download in a variety of formats to include: CSV, KML, Shapefiles, as well as access to APIs  – such as GeoJSON, and GeoService.


Please note that in alignment with a recent vote by members of the HIFLD Subcommittee, the release of this new data portal represents a new branding and packaging approach to the HIFLD product line. The legacy term ‘HSIP’ is now represented by Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Data. For questions or additional information related to this announcement, please do not hesitate to contact the HIFLD Support Team at HIFLD@hq.dhs.gov.

Using GIS Data on this site

GIS Data downloaded from this site generally requires GIS software to view. Click here for a list of GIS Data Viewers

GIS data available on this website is provided AS IS - please read the GIS Data Portal Terms of Use

Data Field Descriptions

GIS Source Information
Database Name:
Feature Class Name:
Feature Dataset Name (if applicable):
Reference Date:
Accuracy: Parcel
Update Frequency: As Needed
Access Constraints:None

Contact Information
Homeland Foundation Level Data
HIFLD Support Team
US Government

(202) 853-5661

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