Click on the map below to download PDF maps showing the extent of coastal flooding and erosion under one scenario of sea-level rise. These maps were prepared by researchers at the Pacific Institute, with support from the California Energy Commission, California Department of Transportation, and the Ocean Protection Council.
This information is being made available for informational purposes only. Users of this information agree by their use to hold blameless the State of California, and its respective officers, employees, agents, contractors, and subcontractors for any liability associated with its use in any form. This work shall not be used to assess actual coastal hazards, insurance requirements, or property values and specifically shall not be used in lieu of Flood Insurance Studies and Flood Insurance Rate Maps issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
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March 19 Update: We have updated the hazard maps with a slightly larger 22"x30" version, to eliminate slight north-south gaps in the orinal map series. The new maps are also higher-resolution (300 dpi) and have smaller files sizes (0.5 - 3 MB).