GIS Maps & Data
DataLB is the city's new public GeoSpatial & Open Data Portal for exploring, visualizing and downloading data that has been made publicly available. You can also analyze and combine Open Data layers using Map Viewer and develop new web and mobile applications.
|GIS Map Catalog|
Downloadable PDFs of the City's commonly requested GIS maps
|GIS Data Catalog|
Downloadable Zip files of the City's commonly requested GIS data layers
What is GIS?
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer system used to capture, manage and display geographically referenced information. GIS provides the ability to: visualize where places or features are in proximity to each other, observe patterns in their distribution, and analyze change and relationships in the form of maps and reports. For more information visit www.gis.com
The Technology & Innovation Department is the primary administrator for the City's Enterprise Geographic Information System. In addition to the ongoing maintenance of many of the City's GIS layers, the GIS section serves as a resource to support other departments' GIS staff. This section also maintains the City's GIS intranet website. Additionally, the section is the primary administrator for the Azteca Cityworks Work Order System which is a GIS-based Asset Maintenance Management System.
Did you know?
- GIS has more than 400 data layers, including addresses, streets, parcels, parks, schools, zoning, city boundaries, council districts, and underground utilities
- The City of Long Beach has more than 112,000 parcels and more than 208,000 addresses
- The City maintains approximately 4,000 marina facilities, 500 facilities within 152 parks, 83,000 street trees, and 815 miles of streets.