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mapping services: standard maps: planning map series
Planning Map Series

The Planning Map Series is intended to provide a generalized geographic context for a moderately large area, using a scale of 1:9600 (1 inch on the map = 800 feet on the ground). Available Themes include: Critical Areas, Street Network, Topography & Drainage, Public Facilities, Present Land Use. Each theme, with the exception of Present Land Use is also available as a single preprinted, City Wide map.

Public Facilities
public facilities map The Public Facilities Map represents publicly owned facilities and properties in the City. It is used by citizens and staff to locate community services. Emergency operations planners use this map as a starting point to identify available resources, such as shelters, fire stations, or hospitals.

Point locations for hospitals, public schools, police and fire stations, community gardens (p-patches), and public libraries are mapped together with City-owned properties and parks. City property information is provided by several City departments that manage property.

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