Information Systems Data
GIS Data Files
Information Systems (GIS) data is a collection of ArcView
Shapefiles data generated by the Bureau of Beaches and Coastal
Systems. The datum for
all files is NAD83-90, projected in Geographic, in decimal degrees. All Shapefiles are statewide coverages
unless otherwise noted. The Shapefiles listed below are
zipped for downloading and can be uncompressed using
shareware programs Winzip
(open in a new browser window).
Unzipped files contain a metadata file with
a .met or .xml extension. The metatdata is compliant with standards
set forth by the Federal Geographic Data Committee.
If software is needed to view the unzipped
files, a free copy of ArcExplorer may be obtained
ESRI Web site. ArcExplorer 2 may be used for multiple map and
GIS information sources on the Web.
Note: GIS information is
informational only and should NOT to be used for survey
or engineering work.
GIS Data (Files are in zip file format.)
Erosion Areas in Florida
Critical erosion areas are segments of the shoreline
where natural processes or human activity has caused
or contributed to erosion and recession of the beach
or dune system. Updated 2013.
have been selected along the coast at approximately
1000' intervals for beach monitoring. Formerly known
as Range Monuments, physical monuments are no longer
installed or maintained. Any existing monuments
should not be used for surveying without
verification. Updated 2009
SBMP Regions and Units
Beach Management Plan Regions and Planning Units for
Beach Renourishment Projects. (File size = 192 KB.)
Coastal Construction Control Line
Construction Control Lines for the 24 regulated
counties. Updated 01/14/2013
more information about Beach and Coastal
GIS data, please e-mail Gary
Cook. Phone numbers can be found on our Staff