Local Environment Statistics and Facts Online
- Where You Live (Enviromental Protection Agency)
Search for local environmental data from several databases.
- ShakeMap Home Page (California Integrated Seismic Network)
Maps of the intensity of ground shaking available within 5 minutes after an earthquake.
- Hydrologic Report (Los Angeles County Department of Public Works)
Data relative for precipitation, evaporation, runoff, erosion control, dam operation, water quality,etc.
Water Quality (Los Angeles Department of Water and Power)
- Flood Map Viewer (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
See also: The California Almanac of Emissions and Air Quality and AIRNow's Local Air Quality Conditions & Forecasts.
- Interactive City Maps (City of Los Angeles)
Links to LA GeoQuest and other mapping options.
- California Environmental Information by Geographic Region (California Environmental Resources Evaluation System)
Environmental data available by county, bioregion, or watershed.
- Street Tree Selection Guide (Los Angeles City Bureau of Street Services)
- Related resources
- Community Information by Zip Code (Oviatt Library)
Includes Environmental Information by Zip Code.
An information service from Environmental Defense, this also provides county-level data on environmental issues.
- RAND California Statistics (Oviatt Library subscription)
Numerous statistical databases on California, many of which include data at the city/county level.