The city uses Geographic Information System (GIS) software to provide monitoring and analysis tools for spatial data. Spatial data refers to any information that can be located on a map. City spatial data include addresses, fire hydrants, police beats, Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP) areas, bike routes, cemetery plots, and much more.
Questions or comments can be directed to:
Search for a property in the City of Monterey using a parcel number, address, place name, or clicking on the map. Returned results include jurisdiction information (neighborhood, police beat, etc.), zoning information, and a map.
View, print, or download maps or GIS data. Maps are in PDF and JPG format. GIS data are in ESRI Shapefile format.
Use the El Encinal Cemetery application to find cemetery markers by last name, year born, or year deceased. View a map of marker locations and photos of markers.
Use the Backwater Valve Information application to find out if a property needs and/or has a Backwater Valve.
This online mapping site is for general planning purposes only. The basemap conforms to National Map Accuracy Standards in unobstructed areas. The City of Monterey makes no warranty, representation or guarantee as to the content, sequence, accuracy, timeliness or completeness of any of the database information or spatial locations depicted. Furthermore, all warranties on merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are hereby disclaimed. In no event shall the City of Monterey be liable to the recipient or any other party for damages of any type, including but not limited to incidental, consequential or exemplary damages arising out of the use or inability to use these materials.