Los Angeles County GIS Data Portal has posted a new item, ‘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.
List of fields:
- Drain – Facility names for channels, dams and reservoirs, debris basins, Bond Issue projects, Transfer Drains, etc.
- Map_ No – Flood control right-of-way maps provide detailed information pertaining to flood control right-of-way. Each polygon in the dataset is shown on the right-of-way map identified in this field.
- Parcel_ No – Parcel numbers are used to designate properties which the LACFCD seeks to acquire, has acquired, or has disposed of.
- Map_ Link – This field contains a hyperlink to the right-of-way map listed in the Map Number Field.
- Type – This field identifies whether each parcel is fee, easement, quitclaimed (excess property that has been disposed of by the LACFCD), or other.
This dataset is continually evolving and the Data Portal will be updated monthly, so please be sure to obtain the most recent download.
The primary use of LACFCD right-of-way is for flood control and water conservation purposes. Under certain limited circumstances, the LACFCD’s right of way may be jointly used for other purposes. Other joint uses may include publicly funded projects intended for general public use or benefit such as recreation, open space, or water quality improvement facilities.
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