Earthquake Fault Rupture Zones are regulatory zones around active faults (USGS 2005). The zones are defined by turning points connected by straight lines. Fault rupture zones do not correspond with Alquist-Priolo fault zones.
Data derived from a database of private schools published online by a consortium of parents & other interested parties wanting to make information regarding priviate educational entities available to the public.
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 POI Dataset is a digital representation of the physical, geographic and commercial features across all of Santa Clara County. This dataset aims to provide accurate location information in the map. Sources: California Department Of Education (2016), Santa Clara County Combined data (2016).
To create and display public school information (2016) in a point feature class in the Santa Clara County Region . Data derived from a database of public schools distributed by the California Department of Education & supplemented by data derived from other public sources.