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This polygon layer identifies the land use element of the General Plan.  The General Plan sets forth the goals, policies and directions the City will take in managing its future.  The General Plan is the citizens' "blueprint" for development; the guide to achieving "our" vision.  California law requires each local government to adopt a General Plan.  Land use is one element of the General Plan.FEATURE CLASS: GIS.GeneralPlanFEATURE DATASET: GIS.PlanningDEPARTMENT RESPONSIBLE: Development ServicesDATA SOURCE: General Plan Land Use Element and approved resolution amending the Land Use Element of the General PlanMAINTENANCE: Updated as resolutions are approved by the Long Beach City CouncilREFERENCE: City of Long Beach General Plan documentRELATED DATA: genplan_class_domain.dbf (table used for labeling)

Dataset Attributes

  • OBJECTID
    Number
  • LANDUSE
    Number
    {"value"=>"INSTITUTIONS/SCHOOLS", "count"=>83, "code"=>1000} (), {"value"=>"OPEN SPACE/PARKS", "count"=>72, "code"=>1100} (), {"value"=>"SINGLE FAMILY", "count"=>71, "code"=>100} (), {"value"=>"MIXED STYLE HOMES", "count"=>49, "code"=>200} (), {"value"=>"MODERATE DENSITY RESIDENTIAL", "count"=>45, "code"=>302} (), {"value"=>"SHOPPING NODES", "count"=>42, "code"=>805} (), {"value"=>"HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL", "count"=>38, "code"=>400} (), {"value"=>"TRADITIONAL RETAIL STRIP COMMERCIAL", "count"=>37, "code"=>801} (), {"value"=>"TOWNHOMES", "count"=>35, "code"=>301} (), {"value"=>"MIXED USES", "count"=>27, "code"=>700} ()
  • Shape
    Number
  • SHAPE_Length
    Number
  • SHAPE_Area
    Number

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  • By on September 9, 2016
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