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Interactive Map Now Online

SanGIS and SANDAG have teamed up to provide a regional Parcel Lookup Tool

SanGIS and SANDAG have teamed up once again to provide the San Diego County region with additional GIS resources. Development of the SanGIS/SANDAG Parcel Lookup tool has been completed and is now available online. This new interactive map provides over three dozen display layers and up to twenty attributes for each parcel. Parcels can be found by Assessor Parcel Number (APN), address, or simply navigating to an area using typical web map navigation.

The interactive map has 22 basemap layers and 18 additional layers that can be toggled on and off. The map is smart and knows when certain things can be displayed and when they would overwhelm the screen so you don’t have to worry about it. These data layers will be maintained and updated on the same schedule as the Regional Data Warehouse.

The base map layers include standard features such as roads, parcels, and municipal boundaries plus other useful information including schools, parks, and community names. Optional layers are organized in three categories – Districts, Ecology, and Places – and include important information such as fire and school districts, soils and vegetation, and libraries and zip codes. The full list of layers is available on the Interactive Map Data Layers page.

Simply clicking on a parcel will give you up to 20 different attributes. Site address, acreage, and tax rate area are included as well as legislative, school, and fire districts. Information is also provided on the underlying geology, vegetation and soils if it is available.

Drawing and measuring tools are provided for your convenience. A print feature gives you the ability to easily grab a screen shot of the parcel area. And online Help is provided on the Interactive Map Help page.

The new interactive parcel lookup tool is provided as a joint project of SanGIS and SANDAG as a part of their continuing efforts to provide consistent, coordinated, and accurate GIS information for San Diego County.

If you would like to provide feedback on the new map please contact us via phone, email, or by stopping by.

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