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public://documents/files/smt14.pdf : 2.24 MB

Important Farmland Maps are compiled by the Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program (FMMP) pursuant to Section 65570 of the California Government Code. To create the maps, FMMP combines current land use information with U.S. Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) soil survey data. Soil units qualifying for Prime Farmland and Farmland of Statewide Importance are determined by the NRCS. Changes to soil profiles subsequent to publication of NRCS soil surveys are not reflected on this map.

public://SMC_Prime_Soils.jpg : 486.92 KB

This map shows areas of unincorporated San Mateo County with soils rated and mapped by the NRCS as Class I, Class II, and Class III soils capable of growing artichokes or Brussels sprouts, and soils with a Storie Index rating of 80-100. Site specific soil testing may be needed to confirm or clarify the boundaries of such areas. Soil type is one of many factors used by the Planning Department to determine what constitutes Prime Agricultural Land as defined by the San Mateo County General Plan.

public://documents/files/SMC_Prime_Soils.pdf : 5.1 MB

This map shows areas of unincorporated San Mateo County with soils rated and mapped by the NRCS as Class I, Class II, and Class III soils capable of growing artichokes or Brussels sprouts, and soils with a Storie Index rating of 80-100. Site specific soil testing may be needed to confirm or clarify the boundaries of such areas. Soil type is one of many factors used by the Planning Department to determine what constitutes Prime Agricultural Land as defined by the San Mateo County General Plan.

public://documents/files/Fire_Threat_ABAG.pdf : 1.17 MB

Local fire jurisdictions may have identified additional fire hazard areas, especially in communities adjacent to wildland. This map is intended for planning use only and is not intended to be site-specific. Rather, it depicts the general risk within neighborhoods and the relative risk from community to community.

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Local fire jurisdictions may have identified additional fire hazard areas, especially in communities adjacent to wildland. This map is intended for planning use only and is not intended to be site-specific. Rather, it depicts the general risk within neighborhoods and the relative risk from community to community.

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Local fire jurisdictions may have identified additional fire hazard areas, especially in communities adjacent to wildland. This map is intended for planning use only and is not intended to be site-specific. Rather, it depicts the general risk within neighborhoods and the relative risk from community to community.

public://documents/files/Earthquake_Liq_Shak.pdf : 8.7 MB

The data is provided by ABAG (http://quake.abag.ca.gov/earthquakes/sanmateo/). This is part of Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Hazard Maps.

These liquefaction and shaking scenario maps are not intended to be site-specific. Rather, they depict the general risk within neighborhoods and the relative risk from community to community.

public://Earthquake_Liq_Shak.jpg : 250.42 KB

The data is provided by ABAG (http://quake.abag.ca.gov/earthquakes/sanmateo/). This is part of Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Hazard Maps.

These liquefaction and shaking scenario maps are not intended to be site-specific. Rather, they depict the general risk within neighborhoods and the relative risk from community to community.

public://documents/files/Existing_Landslides.pdf : 1.07 MB

Landslides are natural geologic phenomena that range from slow moving, deep-seated slumps to rapid, shallow debris flows. Landslide risk can be exacerbated by development.

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Landslides are natural geologic phenomena that range from slow moving, deep-seated slumps to rapid, shallow debris flows. Landslide risk can be exacerbated by development.

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