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Maps & GIS data

The Planning Division maintains a database of geographical information system (GIS) data for its own planning work, as well as for public information.  Below you will find a list of commonly requested maps available for download. Please feel free to contact the Planning Division at (831) 899-6737 if you are interested in obtaining specific maps or GIS data.

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These maps are for general planning purposes only. The City of Seaside makes no warranty, representation or guarantee as to the content, accuracy or completeness of any of the locations depicted.  In no event shall the City of Seaside be held liable to the recipient or any other party for damages of any type, including but not limited to incidental, consequential or exemplary damages arising out of the use or inability to use these materials.

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GPMap Thumb

 Circulation Thumb

Specific Plans Thumb

2002 General Plan Land Use Map (11”x17”)
(General Plan Figure LU-2)

 Planned Circulation Plan (11"x17")
(General Plan Figure C-4)

Specific Plan Focus Areas (11"x17")
(General Plan Figure LU-3)




Zoning Thumb

Proper Zoning Thumb

Neighborhoods Thumb

2007 Zoning District Map (11”x17”)

City Proper 2007 Zoning District Map (24”x18”) 

City Neighborhoods (8.5"x11")




 City Bikeway Map

Proper Parks Schools Thumb

Water Districts Thumb

Citywide Bikeway Map (8.5"x11")
(Citywide Bikeway Plan, Figure 4)

City Proper Parks & Schools (8.5"x11")

Water Supply Districts (11"x17")
(General Plan Figure LU-5)




Additional Geographic Resources:

  • Central Coast Joint Data Committee
    The Central Coast Joint Data Committee (CCJDC) is a partnership of public and private agencies who agree to share spatial data about the 5-county region of the Central Coast of California, from San Mateo through Santa Cruz, San Benito and Monterey to San Luis Obispo County. The Committee makes available to the public the most recent aerial images for the region, in addition to links to other important GIS data sources
  • Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments
    The Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) serves as a forum for planning, discussion and study of regional problems of mutual interest and concern to the counties and cities in Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz; and for the development of studies, plans, policy and action recommendations. Many regional GIS data sources are housed at AMBAG
  • Monterey County Assessor’s Office
    The Assessor's office has the responsibility to locate all taxable property in the County and identify ownership. This office establishes value for all taxable property and applies all legal exemptions to the property. The office also maintains a database of geographic parcel data and property characteristics
  • Additional GIS resources (Stanford University site)

 

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Last updated: 11/19/2009 12:56:33 PM