Geographic Information Systems (GIS) centrally manages, shares and analyzes information about locations though specialized mapping technology. This information increases transparency, improves City technology applications and provides critical data to decision makers and the public. GIS continues to help the City better understand the populations we serve, improve our land, maintain our infrastructure, more effectively share and analyze information to make decisions and more clearly communicate with each other and the public.
GIS & Mapping
Like every major city in the United States, Fresno has a Development Code, which is also known as a Zoning Ordinance. This document is the DNA of the city. It details all of the standards to keep Fresno developing in a smart and organized manner. A new Development Code was adopted on December 3, 2015. In order to streamline the development process for property owners and ensure that the right rules get applied to the right areas a new Zoning Map was adopted on February 4, 2016 and is effective as of March 7, 2016.
Official Zoning Map
Shows the adopted base and overlay zoning designations for the entire city.
Zoning Comparison Map
A map which can be magnified to the parcel level. A slider bar allows the user to compare the old zoning for a site to the new zoning. Clicking on an individual parcel will display a simplified comparison of the old and new development standards.
The City of Fresno, Planning Division makes every effort to provide clear, detailed and precise maps to the public. Maps listed on this page are available to the public via the Internet or may be purchased at the Planning Division. For map sizes and prices, contact: Planning Division (559) 621-8277
(includes GIS layers and zoning information)
- Official Zoning Map
- Zoning Comparison Map
- General Plan Land Use and Circulation Map
- Community Plan Boundary Map
- Specific Plan Boundary Map
- Multi-purpose Trail Map
- City Limits (Incorporated Areas) Map
- Annexation History Map
- Census Tract Map
- Historic Resource Map (updated November. 2010)
- Aggregate Mineral Resource Zone Map
- Fresno Yosemite International Airport and Environs Plan Map
- Fresno Downtown-Chandler Airport Map
- Sierra Sky Park Primary Review Area
- Final Subdivision Map Activity (updated July 2014)
- Tentative Subdivision Map Activity (updated July 2014)
- Tract Maps & Addresses
GIS Data Disclaimer
While the data have been tested for accuracy and are properly functioning, City of Fresno disclaims any responsibility for the accuracy or correctness of the data. Neither the City of Fresno nor any officer, or employee warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness or any of the data provided.
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