Geographic Information System
The City of Cupertino's Geographic Information System (GIS) serves the geographic information needs of all city departments and Cupertino residents. The program provides exceptional mapping expertise, data, and applications for the City of Cupertino. Centered in the Division of Information Technology (IT), our key goals are to maintain and provide high-quality spatial data to City departments and the public, offer essential mapping services to citizens, and to help eliminate redundancies and reduce costs through common spatial data layers.
A number of GIS layers are available to the public and business community in digital format upon request. These layers are focused on general locational and development information. Please contact the GIS department for details on how to acquire these data sets.
An on-line interactive map is available to find out property characteristics for parcels, such as zoning, general plan land use, acreage, school districts, etc. The database can be searched by assessor parcel number, street address, or by navigating through the map to a location of interest.
Property Information Web Application
Cupertino Street Index Map (13.9 MB)
The Cupertino Street Index Map displays a City-wide views of all the streets in the City against an index grid. On the bottom of the map is an alphabetical list of all the street names with the grid number of where to locate each street.
Zoning Map (1.1 MB)
The Zoning Map is a scalable and printable map that you can use to determine the zoning for your property.
Land Use Map (2.6 MB)
The Land Use Map shows the allowed uses for properties in the City.
Residential Street Sweeping Map (0.51 MB)
The Residential Street Sweeping Map shows zones with scheduled street sweeping days.
Commercial Street Sweeping Map (0.49 MB)
The Commercial Street Sweeping Map shows commercial streets with scheduled street sweeping days and hours.
FEMA Flood Zones (3.5 MB)
The Map shows City of Cupertino's FEMA flood zones.