City GIS Maps

Welcome to the City of Oceanside’s GIS Maps web page – maintained by GIS Division, Water Utilities Department – where you can explore our publicly available GIS data. You will find links to some of our popular GIS web map applications.

Disclaimer: 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 Oceanside assumes no responsibility arising from use of this information.

Planning & Zoning GIS Map Viewer

The City of Oceanside Planning and Zoning Viewer is available as an online GIS map application, which provides zoning and land use information for all properties within the City. The online application is available to the public for reference purposes only. For more definitive information, please refer to the zoning standards applicable to the property in question.

Zoning standards can be accessed at the Codes/Regulations/Maps web page at http://www.ci.oceanside.ca.us/gov/dev/planning/codes.asp 

Should you have specific questions regarding any of the information presented in the Map Viewer, please contact the Planning Division at (760) 435-4373 or send an email inquiry to planningstaff@ci.oceanside.ca.us.

 

CIP Project Map Viewer

The Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Map Viewer is an online GIS web map application which provides locations and information about CIPs throughout the city of Oceanside. Continual improvement to the City’s infrastructure is important in moving Oceanside forward. These CIPs strive to maintain and improve public infrastructure to help safeguard the vitality of our economy and quality of life. This viewer shows different projects of water and sewer of where they are geographically located and information associated to the project.

 

 

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

City of Oceanside Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)

The City of Oceanside maintains a map of the public storm drain system, also known as the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4). The storm drain system generally consists of a network of underground pipes, culverts, inlets, outlets, basins, concrete channels, earthen channels and other structures throughout the City which collect and transport rainfall runoff away from properties for flood protection.

  

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

City of Oceanside Population Viewer

On May 3, 2017, the Oceanside City Council adopted a resolution to begin the process to transition to district elections. Once implemented, this means that those who run for City Council will need to live in the district where they seek election. The Mayor's seat will continue to be elected at-large. Five community meetings were held in May 2017 to learn about the process, provide input and work together to develop draft maps. In addition, the City Council held four public hearings to take comment on the potential composition of the council districts.  On June 21, 2017, the City Council voted 4-0 to direct staff to bring forward the "Communities of Interest Map" for final approval.   At the City Council meeting on July 25, 2017, the Council introduced an Ordinance establishing by-district elections for City Council offices and approved an election calendar for the newly created Council Districts.  On August 1, 2017, the City Council voted to adopt the ordinance.  For more information, visit the City Clerk’s District Elections page at:
http://www.ci.oceanside.ca.us/gov/clerk/elections/districtelections.asp.

                                                                                                                                                                          


 

City of Oceanside Survey Control Monuments 

In 2014, the City of Oceanside started a project to set up a new set of Control Survey Monuments to establish a local network of California Geodetic Coordinates and California Orthometric Heights for the City in accordance with the California Public Resource Code Section 8801-88-19, 8870-8880, and 8890-8902. The horizontal coordinates are based on NAD83 and vertical elevations are NAVD88. For more information please see the Record Of Survey 21787 Dated August 21, 2014.



Turf Reductions at Oceanside Parks and Facilities 

As a part of the Water Conservation efforts to achieve the 20% water use reduction mandated by Governor Brown’s 2015 executive order, the City of Oceanside identified and removed over 131,228 square feet of irrigable turf, estimated to save approximately 5,774,032 gallons of water per year. Although state-wide water use restrictions have since been lifted, the City of Oceanside continues to be committed to managing our water resources efficiently and ensuring a reliable water supply for future generations.

 

 

 

 

Contact Information

gis@ci.oceanside.ca.us 

(760) 435-5800 (Water Utilities Department)