of the public can use the following sources of information to find out a
particular property’s zoning district, land use designation, Assessor’s
Parcel Number, and more. For parcels located within the City of Calabasas,
the zoning district and land use designation for that property can then be
researched within the City’s
General Plan and
Development Code to determine what development standards and land uses
apply to that particular property.
*Please Note: Maps obtained via Community
View™ are intended for general information purposes only, and may be
inaccurate. Persons seeking exact zoning information about any property
should visit the Planning Division and consult with staff.
Community View™ GIS
application allows users to locate and view a property’s land use
information (such as the zoning and Assessor Parcel Number for that
property) on any parcel located within the boundaries of the City of
LA County Properties (Parcel
LA County’s Office of the Assessor has
Parcel Viewer GIS
application which allows users to find LA County Assessor’s information for
all properties contained within LA County (which includes those within the
City of Calabasas itself).
Calabasas: Zoning Map
Zoning Map is a graphic depiction
of the boundaries for which a certain set of land use standards or
regulations have been adopted by the City of Calabasas. The zoning map
provides a visual reference for the public to identify what zoning district
a property is located within. Land is divided into zone districts
established in Article II of the Municipal Code which describes the intent
and regulations of each particular zone category. A typical zone district
will set forth regulations for permitted land uses, density, building height
limits, and lot standards such as setbacks, lot size, etc.
Calabasas: Land Use Map
Land Use Map is a graphic representation of the physical uses of
the land, showing both current land use and plans for future land use, as
determined by the General Plan. For each land use, a description of
appropriate uses is provided along with a definition of the maximum
allowable intensity that may be permitted.