Look Up Property - Interactive GIS Map

New Online GIS is available now!


Interactive Geographic Information System (GIS) Map includes the following features:
  • Aerial Photographs
  • Historical District Information
  • Parcel Data
  • Search by Street Address or Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN)
  • Zoning and General Plan Information 

How to find a property using Interactive GIS Map

    1. Go to http://www.losgatosca.gov/MAP. 
    2. To search a property, 
         1) type address/APN/owner name in the search box SearchBox; or
         2) using your mouse-wheel, zoom in to see parcels and click parcel(s) you are looking for.

    Search by Address
    : Put a street number and street name in the search box (with street direction) then related results will appear in the left side bar.
    Search by Assessor Parcel Number: If you know the Assessor Parcel Number (APN), try this search option. The format of APN in the GIS system is "123 45 678" (with spaces and no dash). 

Please Read before using Town's Interactive GIS Map

Town of Los Gatos Data Collection Disclaimer:
The Town of Los Gatos believes that it has used the best information available in the compilation and construction of the map layers and/or in the corresponding database. However, the Town shall not be held responsible for the accuracy, suitability or correctness of the data or for the intended use to which such information.

No warranty, expressed or implied, is made on the contents of the information and it shall be the responsibility of the intended user(s) to verify the same. In no event shall the Town of Los Gatos or any of its employees, consultants or agents become liable to users for use of this data, or any loss or damages, consequential or otherwise, including but not limited to time, money, or goodwill, arising from the use, and hold harmless the Town of Los Gatos for any and all liability of any nature arising out of, or resulting form, the lack of accuracy or correctness. The use of the maps and data are intended for public, non-commercial use.

To assist the Town in improving these maps and database, users are asked to submit plans or written analysis concerning errors and discrepancies. The Town shall evaluate the data submitted and make changes as it deems necessary.

Direct correspondences to: Planning Division