Landbase Lines / Parcel Outline

This parcel lines feature class represents the current city parcel lines within the City of Los Angeles. It shares topology with the Landbase Parcel_polygons feature class. The Mapping and Land Records Division of the Bureau of Engineering, Department of Public Works provides the most current geographic information of the public right of way, ownership and land record information. The legal boundaries are determined on the ground by license surveyors in the State of California, and by recorded documents from the Los Angeles County Recorder's office and the City Clerk's office of the City of Los Angeles. Parcel and ownership information are available on NavigateLA, a website hosted by the Bureau of Engineering, Department of Public Works.Associated information about the landbase parcel lines is entered into attributes. Principal attributes include:CV_LAYER: is the principal field that describes the various types of lines like street and freeway right-of-ways, tract, lots, government property and easements lines, private street lines, utility right-of-ways, and ownership lines. For a complete list of attribute values, please refer to Landbase_parcel_lines_data_dictionary.Landbase parcels lines layer was created in geographical information systems (GIS) software to display the location of parcel lots. The parcels lines layer is a feature class in the LACityLandbaseData.gdb Geodatabase dataset. The layer consists of spatial data as a line feature class and attribute data for the features. The lines are derived from the polygon feature class in the landbase parcels layer, and information about the lines is entered into attributes. The CV_LAYER field values describe the various types of lines. The right-of-way, row, line features consist of CV_LAYER = 6, CV_LAYER = 106, and portions of CV_LAYER = 1 where that line is both the city boundary and the parcel line. In some cases, a parcel line will share two different type descriptions. Refer to CV_LAYER field metadata for further explantion. Parcel information should only be added to the Landbase Parcels layer if documentation exists, such as a Deed or a Plan approved by the City Council. When seeking the definitive description of real property, consult the recorded Deed or Plan.List of Fields:ASSETIDCV_LAYER: This value is a number representing a different type of user-assigned layer. Each of the line segments in the landbase parcels lines are assigned one of the CV_LAYER numbers, representing a different type of line work, described below. In some cases, a parcel line will share two different type descriptions. Such as, a parcel line may have CV_LAYER = 1 City Boundary line, and it is a CV_LAYER = 8 Tract line. The Tract line description is used first, and the City Boundary line description is used second. When selecting City Boundary line using CV_LAYER = 1, then (special way to select data...). The right-of-way, row, line features consist of CV_LAYER = 6, CV_LAYER = 106, and portions of CV_LAYER = 1 where that line is both the city boundary and the parcel line. Values:     • 50 - Lot cut linework.     • 38 - Freeway ease as easement lines.     • 108 - Tract lines that are private street lines.     • 8 - Tract lines, Rancho lines, Freeway (Fwy), and Right of way lines.     • 30 - Former city boundary lines; other city or county boundary line.     • 34 - Overlap lines.     • 6 - Right of way (R/W) sidelines.     • 19 - LA City easement lines.     • 21 - All governmental lines (Fee).     • 37 - APN (BPP) lines shown on tax assessors map (PCL maps); but no new PIN is created for the parcels polygon feature.     • 48 - Subdivision title anno shown for ownership purpose (lot cut).     • 10 - Lot lines.     • 68 - SBBM (San Bernardino Base Meridian) section lines.     • 1 - Boundary lines (existing).     • 110 - Lot lines that are private street lines.     • 18 - All governmental easement lines (except LA City and State freeway ease right of way lines).     • 106 - Fwy traveled roadway lines; Dash right of way lines; Railroad and transmission lines.     • 0 - Cadastral format.SHAPE: Feature geometry.OBJECTID: Internal feature number.ID: A unique numeric identifier of the polygon. The ID value is the last part of the PIN field value.MAPSHEET: The alpha-numeric mapsheet number, which refers to a valid B-map or A-map number on the Cadastral tract index map. Values:     • B, A, -5A - Any of these alpha-numeric combinations are used, whereas the underlined spaces are the numbers.

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