Frequently Asked Questions
What does the Recycled Water GIS Map do?
The GIS Map allows users to enter a street address or intersection to determine if a recycled water distribution line is within 200 feet of the address entered.
How do I find out if recycled water is available in my area?
Enter a street address and/or intersection. If the address entered is within 200 feet of a recycled water pipeline, the results will indicate your proximity to the recycled water distribution line. If the results say "No records found," it means there are no recycled water pipelines within 200 feet of the address entered.
I've got the info, now what do I do?
If you are within 200 feet of a recycled water system, and are interested in connecting to the pipeline, please visit the Connection Steps webpage.
What does SanGIS stand for?
The San Diego Geographical Information System is a City/County joint powers agency widely used by the City as a mapping resource. For more information, visit www.sangis.org.
What does a "pipe size" refer to?
The pipe size is the diameter of a recycled water pipeline.
What does a "drawing number" mean?
A drawing number is issued by the Development Services Department that signifies an identification number for reference, archive, and tracking purposes of recycled water plans.
How often is the information on the GIS Map updated?
The information is updated every 6 months.
What do I do if I can't find what I'm looking for? Who do I contact if I want to provide feedback or report discrepancies?
Please email us at [email protected].