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New Database Available for Property Searches


Looking for detailed property information? The City of Santa Barbara is pleased to announce the launch of MAPS, the Mapping Analysis and Printing System. The new MAPS application is a web-based mapping program on the City’s website that delivers custom maps and reports of the City’s geographical information. The MAPS system replaces the City’s older mapping system with new and improved features.

Residents, real estate agents, construction professionals, and land developers can access the following information:

* Properties, streets, City boundaries, zoning, aerial photos, and other geographically related information.

* Characteristics of specific properties, such as proximity to parks, creeks, and many other elements.

* Custom reports that label properties and features and allow detailed markings.

MAPS was developed in association with Latitude Geographics, Inc.

Please visit the City of Santa Barbara MAPS Web page to learn more about this exciting new application at: www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Government/MAPS/

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