Description: The General Plan provides new land use designations for all parcels in the unincorporated area of Riverside County as adopted October 7th, 2003, updated through February 2015 with GPAs 503, 572, 585, 617, 655, 658, 662, 671, 672, 676, 677, 679, 680, 683, 687, 688, 689, 693, 696, 698, 701, 702, 704, 707, 712, 714, 716, 717, 719, 722, 726, 727, 728, 730, 738, 740, 741, 742, 746, 747, 749, 750, 754, 758, 760, 761, 764, 767, 768, 772, 774, 775, 776, 778, 782, 784, 786, 787, 792, 794, 795, 797, 800, 807, 809, 811, 812, 815, 817, 820, 821, 825, 826, 831, 834, 836, 838, 842, 844, 846, 850, 853, 859, 860, 863, 876, 878, 880, 881, 882, 887, 890, 895, 897, 905, 910, 912, 918, 936, 951, 971, 1047, 1048, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1065, 1072, 1095, 1101, 1105, 1107, 1110. While delivery of this data was received by the County at this time, please be advised that GIS has NOT OFFICIALLY VERIFIED the data or PERFORMED ADEQUATE QUALITY CONTROL VALIDATION for ACCURACY or DISCREPANCIES. In addition, consistency review is planned for comparison of current Zoning classifications with General Plan designations. Until completion of this review, please be aware that discrepancies can occur on any parcel. *The data now reflects the current (05/06/13) city boundaries, March Joint Powers Authority landuse designations have been removed. Please contact MJPA for landuse information. ***Please use the cartographic representations (Landuse, Overlay, Foundation Component) within this data layer for all map products*** Maintained by Stella Spadafora 03/2015
Description: Policies are statements that guide the course of action the County must take to achieve the goals outlined in the three guidance documents, Consensus Planning principles, Vision and General Plan Principles.
Description: This data set of polygon features represents Riverside County's specific plans. A specific plan is used to facilitate effective implementation of the general plan. The specific plan must specify in detail the land uses, public and private facilities needed to support the land uses, phasing of development, standards for the conservation, development, and use of natural resources, and a program of implementation measures, including financing measures.Maintained by Stella Spadafora, 2/2016
Description: This is the Area Plan Boundary for the Riverside County Integrated Plan (RCIP).AP_CODE: Area Plan NumberNAME: Area Plan NameACRES: Acres derived from areaSQ_MILES: Square miles derived from areaLast updated by Emily Lee 3/23/2016 after GPA960, GPAs 2010-2015, and GPA960 ERRATA
Description: This data layer shows the regional, community, and bike trails of Riverside County. Some are existing and some are proposed. SEGMENT_ID: Unique identifierTRAIL_CLASSIFICATION:Class I Bike Path: Multi use trails are paved surfaces for two-way non-motorized traffic.Class II Bike Path: Intended for preferential use by bicycles within paved areas of roadways. Marked on pavement and supported by signs.Class III Bike Path: Not marked on pavement, but are supported by signage. These routes share roads with motor vehicles or sidewalks with pedestrians: bicycle usage is secondary.Combination Trail: Combination Trails include both a Class I Bikeway and a Regional Trail, may split between two sides of the road. Community Trail: Soft surface trails that link communities to each other and to the regional trails system.Design Guidelines Trail" Localized trail calssifications that may be appropriate at the community-specific level.Historic Trail: General location of these trails is shown on General Plan maps; however, they do not represent a planned regional, community or other type of trail. There may be a Regional or Community Trail on, or parallel to, a historic route.Non - County Trail: Trails within the San Bernardino and Cleveland National Forests, Joshua Tree National Park, Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, public lands managed by the BLM, lands owned by the County of Riverside, the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority, the Riverside County Habitat Conservation Agency, and other national, State and local public or private lands such as those owned by the Nature Conservancy, Riverside Land Conservancy, and the Wildlands Conservancy.Private Trail: These trails are provided by private owners to encourage patrons.Regional Trail: Long distance soft surface trails are designed to provide linkages between communities, regional parks and open space areas.Regional/Open Space Trail: Sub-class of Regional Trails. These trails are usually pre-existing paths within open-space areas.TRAIL_NAME: Trail nameTRAIL_STATUS: Status of trailsAREA_PLAN: The area plan nameSOURCE: Name of person or organization who provided dataINPUT_DATE: Date of adoptionLINKS: Reserved for future use.
Description: Government Code 51175-89 directs the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) to identify areas of very high fire hazard severity zones within Local Responsibility Areas (LRA). Mapping of the areas, referred to as Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones (VHFHSZ), is based on data and models of, potential fuels over a 30-50 year time horizon and their associated expected fire behavior, and expected burn probabilities to quantify the likelihood and nature of vegetation fire exposure (including firebrands) to buildings. Details on the project and specific modeling methodology can be found at http://frap.cdf.ca.gov/projects/hazard/methods.html. Local Responsibility Area VHFHSZ maps were initially developed in the mid-1990s and are now being updated based on improved science, mapping techniques, and data. This specific geographic information system dataset depicts final CAL FIRE recommendations for Very High FHSZs within the local jurisdiction. The process of finalizing these boundaries involved an extensive local review process, the details of which are available at http://frap.cdf.ca.gov/projects/hazard/btnet/ (click on "Continue as guest without logging in"). Local government has 120 days to designate, by ordinance, very high fire hazard severity zones within its jurisdiction after receiving the recommendation. Local government can add additional VHFHSZs. There is no requirement for local government to report their final action to CAL FIRE when the recommended zones are adopted. Consequently, users are directed to the appropriate local entity (county, city, fire department, or Fire Protection District) to determine the status of the local fire hazard severity zone ordinance. To display the areas of VHFHSZ recommended by CAL FIRE, simply display on the attribute HAZ_CLASS, as that has been filtered to represent only areas in the Very High Class, and only for areas that are in Local Responsibility Area (LRA) status.
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Copyright Text: CAL FIRE recoginzes the important contribution of various local government entities that contributed data, maps, and comments that were critical components of the FHSZ mapping process.