GIS

GIS

 

Welcome to the Community Development Department's interactive map! The Geographic Information System (GIS) viewer integrates several layers of information, allowing the public to research property information from their internet device.

Instructions: The GIS viewer displays a map on the right and an information pane on the left. The Guide tab includes instructions for how to use the GIS viewer. Use the Layers tab to select the layers you wish to view. Turn on and off layers using the checkbox to the left of any layer.

Tools are located at the top of the main map area. Use the Address Search tool to locate a property. Begin by typing in the street name, then selecting the number. The parcel information will appear in a new Identify Results tab, with links to additional information. You can also use the Identify tool to find information about a parcel. Click here for detailed GIS Instructions.

Information: Parcel information includes: Assessor’s Tax ID, Address, Lot Size, Zoning (with link to regulations), the General Plan land use designation (with a link to the description), the flood zone (with a link to the FEMA Map), and a link to the applicable Assessor’s Map.

Base features include: an aerial background (2014), city boundaries, addresses, and streets, schools, public parks, and other public facilities such as libraries, civic center, and community centers.

Planning layers include: the Zoning map, General Plan Land Use map, and Livermore’s Sphere of Influence. The zoning and General Plan land use designations describe the allowable types of land uses and building forms for a given property. The Sphere of Influence represents the City of Livermore's general service area, often extending beyond the city limits. See the Planning page for more info.

Other layers include: Flood Zones, Fire Department Grid and Maps, and National Grid (the federal coordinate system for emergency planning).

Disclaimers: The City of Livermore provides this information as a public resource. It includes public information collected and maintained by other agencies (e.g., Alameda County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency).

The mapped data depicted herein does not constitute a legal survey. The underlying data is constantly changing, and the City of Livermore cannot guarantee that the information is accurate, complete, or up-to-date.

The City of Livermore makes no warranty, express or implied, representation, or guarantee as to the content, accuracy, adequacy, timeliness, completeness, legality, reliability, or usefulness of any information provided. The City of Livermore disclaims all warranties of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, freedom from contamination by computer viruses, and non-infringement of proprietary rights.

It is the responsibility of the user to verify all information and user agrees that information is used at his or her own risk. Any conclusions drawn from such information are the sole responsibility of the user. You are advised to consult with City and public agency staff directly before making real estate decisions.

The City of Livermore shall assume no liability for:

  1. Any errors, omission, or inaccuracies in the information provided regardless of how caused;
  2. Any damages arising from the access to, use of, or inability to use the information contained herein; or
  3. Any decision made or action taken or not taken by reader in reliance upon any information or data furnished hereunder.

All rights to this data are reserved. The use of this application indicates your unconditional acceptance of this disclaimer.

Click on this LINK to take you to the viewer.