Maps and Data

The Bay Shoreline Flood Explorer is a website designed to help Bay Area communities understand current and future flooding risks due to sea level rise and storms. The website will help users learn flood concepts, explore interactive flood maps, and download GIS data. These maps show what could be at risk without adaptation and identify specific areas that face the greatest risk, helping Bay communities, governments, and businesses to drive strategic action.

Bay Area Sea Level Rise Analysis maps are now available online at the Bay Shoreline Flood Explorer

The Adapting to Rising Tides Program and BCDC are working with local, state, regional and federal agencies and organizations to gather, develop and analyze the data needed to understand the impacts of a changing climate on Bay Area communities, infrastructure, services, and natural resources. You can find additional GIS data and resources here.

The  ART  Bay  Area  Flood  Explorer
The ART Bay Shoreline Flood Explorer allows for interactive exploration and download of the Bay Area sea level rise and shoreline analysis maps. These maps depict areas atrisk of temporary or permanent flooding due to sea levelrise and storms as well as shoreline overtopping.