NavigateLA is a web-based mapping application that delivers maps and reports based on data supplied by various City departments, Los Angeles County, and Thomas Bros. Maps. Public Works, Bureau of Engineering, Geographic Information Systems Mapping Division (GISMD) developed the application in association with NorthSouth GIS.
DISCLAIMER: This application has been provided to allow easy access and a visual display of City information and services as well as access to information from other sources. Every reasonable effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the maps and data provided; nevertheless, some information may not be accurate. The City of Los Angeles assumes no responsibility arising from use of this information. THE MAPS AND ASSOCIATED DATA ARE PROVIDED WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Before making decisions using the information provided in this application, contact City Public Counter staff to confirm the validity of the data provided.
PROPRIETARY INFORMATION: Any download or resale of this information is prohibited, except in accordance with a sublicensing agreement. To assist the City of Los Angeles with the maintenance of data, please provide us with information concerning errors or other discrepancies found. Continued use of this web site is conditioned upon your explicit acceptance of the terms and conditions set forth on this web page.
DISCLAIMER FOR ENGINEERING VAULT RECORDS: These files, documents, and / or communications are described, identified, indexed, abstracted, scanned, stored, retrieved, transmitted, displayed, printed, and / or otherwise acquired and / or provided under a feasibility pilot program and do not constitute an announcement, guarantee, schedule, and / or specification of any present and / or future service, product, and / or capability. All public documents remain available through existing public access methods. Documents accessed through existing public access methods take precedence over these files, documents and / or communications.