The GeoHub serves as a one-stop shop for data, printed maps and GIS applications published by the City of Carlsbad GIS Team. Directly access interactive maps, downloadable maps and GIS data.
Some city maps are available to download or print on a large-format plotter.
- Street Index Map (36"x48," 1.9 megabytes)
This map shows Carlsbad’s street network, with a street listing indexed to a grid on the map for easy lookup of street locations.
- General Information Map (36"x60," 9.6 megabytes)
This map shows a variety of features, including San Diego County Assessor parcel lines, public property, City of Carlsbad facilities and more.
- Combination Zoning and General Plan Land Use (36"x60," 1.3 megabytes)
This map shows the current zoning designations in the city and the land use element of the city's General Plan.
What is GIS?
A Geographic Information System or GIS is an information technology platform used to capture, manage, analyze and visualize spatial data like fire hydrants, tax parcels, utility lines or zoning. GIS integrates with numerous other citywide applications to support permitting, asset management and work-order management. GIS provides unique capabilities to see patterns and develop insights about data allowing city leadership and staff to make better, data-driven decisions.
For more information
The City of Carlsbad’s GIS team builds and deploys web applications, interactive maps, and dashboards for use by city staff and residents alike.