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Santa Clara County Interactive Map

Published on: 1/27/2016 9:20 AM
URL for Santa Clara County Interactive Map
URL for the map services endpoint
If you consume map services in your application, the map service endpoint is:​
System Requirements
In order for the Interactive Map application to work, the Adobe Flash Player 10 add-on is required. To download the free Adobe Flash Player add-on for Mozilla FireFox or Internet Explorer, go to and follow the instructions for your browser.
The minimum recommended screen size or screen resolution for viewing the Map Browser is 1152 x 864. The recommended screen resolution is 1280 x 960 or 1280 x 1024.
The application has been tested primarily in Internet Explorer 7.0 and higher and Mozilla Firefox 3.5 and higher. The minimum compatible browser applications are Mozilla Firefox 3.5, and Internet Explorer 7.0. For users of Firefox 4 the third-party cookies must be enabled. This is done by going to the Menu Bar and selecting Tools tab and then Options. On the Options window, select Privacy and check the checkbox to Accept third-party cookies. For this change to take effect the Firefox cache should be cleared. This is done by selecting Tools from the Menu Bar and then Clear Recent History and checking the Cache checkbox.
The GIS data is provided "AS IS". The COUNTY makes no warranties, express or implied, including without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantibility and/or fitness for a particular purpose, regarding the accuracy, completeness, value, quality, validity, merchantibility, suitability, and condition, of the GIS data. Users of COUNTY's GIS data are hereby notified that current public primary information sources should be consulted for verification of the data and information contained herein. Since the GIS data is dynamic, it will by its nature, be inconsistent with the official COUNTY assessment roll file produced by the Office of the Assessor. Any use of COUNTY's GIS data without consulting current Public Records for verification is done exclusively at the risk of the party making such use.