Major roads, which were subjectively determined, were selected and dissolved based upon name (including street prefix) and attributed with road number and road class. Multiple lane roads (i.e. multiple centerlines representing the travel direction or volume of a road) were dissolved to one line for generalization and labeling purposes. Primary criteria for inclusion; all freeways, highways, expressways, county routes, primary reference is: http://www.cahighways.org/. Additionally, major arterials and arterials were included, primary reference is local knowledge and criteria is to emphasize the mesh nature of roads within the county.
The County of Santa Clara provides the services that hold the fabric of our society together. While cities in California primarily exist to protect property, counties exist to protect people and the community in which they live.
A map service providing a visual representation of a 100 year flood zone within Santa Clara County.This data is a subset of DFIRM database. Originator: Federal Emergency Management Agency, Publication_Date: 2015.
The dataset summarizes the average rate of COVID-19 tests completed by date among Santa Clara County residents by major healthcare systems in the county. The daily average rate of tests is the daily average number of tests completed over the past 7 days per 100,000 people served by the individual healthcare system. Each ‘test’ or ‘testing incident’ represents at least one specimen tested per person, per day. This does not represent the number of individuals tested, as some people are tested multiple times over time because of the risk of frequent exposure. Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange. Data notes: The State of California has defined an initial goal of at least 150 tests per day per 100,000 people. Bay Area County Health Officers set a goal of 200 tests per day per 100,000 people.