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1. California Assembly Districts

2002. This dataset is one from a series of district layers pertaining to California Assembly Districts, that are derived from the California State Assemb... UC Berkeley Libraries.

2. California Congressional Districts

2002. This dataset is one from a series of district layers pertaining to California Congressional Districts, that are derived from the California State S... UC Berkeley Libraries.

3. California Political Districts

2002. This is a series of district layers pertaining to California's political districts, that are derived from the California State Senate and State Ass... UC Berkeley Libraries.

4. California Senate Districts

2002. This dataset is one from a series of district layers pertaining to California Senate Districts, that are derived from the California State Senate i... UC Berkeley Libraries.

5. California Zipcodes

2007. This is a simple zipcode layer derived directly from the U.S. Census Bureau. URL:http://www.census.gov/geo/ZCTA/zctafaq.html contains feque... UC Berkeley Libraries.

6. County-wide Orthophotos from 2002

2002. Orthophotographs of Napa County. The project was divided into two areas - the watershed and non-watershed. The watershed area is the Napa River Wa... UC Berkeley Libraries.

7. County-wide Orthophotos from 2007, 6 inch resolution

2007. Orthophoto of Napa County. The Orthophoto data was mapped at a scale of 1" = 200 survey feet and meets National Map Accuracy standards at this sc... UC Berkeley Libraries.

8. Digital Raster Graphic (DRG) for Napa County, 24,000 scale

1979. Digital raster graphic (DRG) files are scanned and rectified images of USGS quadrangles. This data depicts 7.5 minute quadrangle topographic maps,... UC Berkeley Libraries.

9. Zoning - Department of City Planning

2005. Zoning per San Francisco Planning Code. UC Berkeley Libraries.