Sonoma County Launches Public Map Website

County Launches Public Map Website on July 1

Sonoma County’s Permit and Resource Management Department (PRMD) announced today it will make its land development maps available to the public on-line beginning July 1. The new ActiveMap geographic information system, which was developed in cooperation with the County’s Information Systems Department for PRMD, will provide an interactive site that allows users to view maps showing land use from the Sonoma County General Plan, zoning, flood zones, geologic hazard areas and other land development maps for areas within unincorporated Sonoma County.

PRMD’s Director Pete Parkinson said, “Our goal is to provide the public with geographic information used in planning and land development decisions via the internet so users can do research from their home or office using this flexible, easy-to-use tool.”

The public can access the maps through PRMD’s newly redesigned website at by clicking on the “ActiveMap” icon. For additional information, the public may contact PRMD’s Information Systems Manager, David Walsh at (707) 565-1900.