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Habitat Protection Priorities 2004 - Private

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Descriptive nameHabitat Protection Priorities 2004 - Private
File namehppp2004
Spatial domainEastern Pima County
AbstractHabitat Protection Priorities have been identified for potential acquisition with 2004 Bond Election monies. Polygons are ranked as highest priority or secondary priority. As of 12/8/08 this layer contains amendments approved by the Board of Supervisors. These amendments were previously stored in HPPP2008.
Known errors/qualificationsData layer previously known as openhppp. Latest version built using topology although some areas continue to not align with parcel base.
Feature typepolygon
Feature count 2,344
Thumbnail Map hppp2004.pdf PDF file format   (528,031 bytes, PDF created 07/19/2022 )
ProjectionNAD83 HPGN (Parameters)
Field/value metadata Field metadata
Source organizationTerra Systems SW
Source contactHoward Ward
Source document or file nameaolt_state_modtable.shp
Source date20030926
Source scale 1:3,000
Source formatShape
Second source namePima County Transportation GIS
Second source contactMark Probstfeld
Second source document or file name
Second source date
Second source scale
Second source formatUnknown
Date of last data update
(This date may not be current.)
Last data update byMark Probstfeld
Date/time last touched - Meaning? 2021-05-03  12:40 AM - Enterprise GDB
  2021-05-03  12:40 AM - Shapefile - Library input format
  See coverage files, if any, for date.
Lineageaolt_hpp, openhppp
On maintenance?Yes
Maintenance organizationPC ITD GIS
Maintenance frequencyVaries
Maintenance descriptionPC DOT GIS Division maintains openhppp by replacing split parcels with new geometry and attribute information on an as-yet-to-be-determined schedule when parcel splits have rendered the existing coverage ineffective for planning purposes.
Original conversion byJohn Regan
Pima County ITD GIS contactMark Probstfeld
Alternate Pima County ITD GIS contacte-mail address
On  Pima County Geospatial Data Portal? No

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