Natural Hazard Disclosure Information

Assembly Bills AB6 of 1997, AB 1195 of 1998 and AB 248 of 1999, require sellers and their agents to provide prospective buyers with a "Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement" if a residential property is within any of the following six hazardous areas as defined in the legislation:

Further information on any of the referenced bills or codes may be obtained from:
Official California Legislative Information

Natural Hazard Relevant Law Data Source Map
Special Flood Hazard Areas
Areas within the 100-year flood zone
Government Code
Section 8589.3
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Areas of Potential Flooding
Areas subject to flooding due to dam failure
Government Code
Section 8589.4
California State Office of Emergency Services
San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services
Very High Fire Hazard Severity
Areas of very high fire hazards
Government Code
Section 51183.5
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
Wildland Fire Areas
Areas of state responsibility for wildland fire protection and suppression
Public Resources Code
Sections 4125, 4142, 4291
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
Earthquake Fault Zones
Alquist-Priolo earthquake fault zones
Public Resources Code
Sections 2621.9
California Department of Conservation
California Geological Survey
*None *
Seismic Hazard Zones
Areas subject to strong ground shaking, liquefaction, landslides
Public Resources Code
Sections 2694
California Department of Conservation
California Geological Survey
*None *

* For both Earthquake Fault Zones and Seismic Hazard Zones, San Joaquin County is not currently listed as affected, thus no maps are available.

Disclaimer:  These maps are based on the most current information available to San Joaquin County Community Development Geographic Information Systems at the time of publication.  They are based on data obtained from external sources.  The County of San Joaquin does not warrant its accuracy or suitability for any particular purpose.  The information on these maps is not intended to replace engineering, financial or primary records research.

Further Availability:

A set of large format printed maps is available for public viewing during normal business hours at:
San Joaquin County
Community Development Department
1810 E. Hazelton Ave
Stockton, CA 95205

Printed copies of these maps may be obtained from San Joaquin County Community Development in a variety of sizes for a nominal fee to cover materials and processing.

Certain maps may also be available from FEMA by calling 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627).

Posted August 5, 2004, pursuant to:
Civil Code Section 1102.6b(3)
Government Code Sections 8589.5(f) and 51178.5
Pubic Resource Code Sections 2622(d), 2696(c), and 4125(c)