Description: AbstractPolygon geometric features created to represent buildings visible in the PAPHIL15-LEAF-OFF imagery.Data DevelopmentData was captured from AccuPLUS Orthomosaic tiles created off PAPHIL15-LEAF-OFF imagery, flown by Pictometry. Decks are included within the building outline polygon. Key attribute field names and descriptionsPRIMARYIND: Field Type –Double; Unique Identifier for building outlinePARCEL: Field Type -String; The name of this field will match the associated field in the client’s parcel file (as identified by the client) and will contain the associate record ID. This field will be blank for clients that do not provide an electronic parcel file for processingFCODE: Field Type –String; Identifies the feature type by code. Codes defined by customerX, Y (two separate fields): Field type –Double; Identifies the geographic center of the outline polygon Area: Field Type –Double; The area enclosed by the outline polygon in the unit of the map coordinate systemBASE_HGT: Field Type –Double; Elevation of the lowest point of the earth’s surface within the building’s footprint (including a small buffer dependent upon the GSD)AVG_HGT: Field Type –Double; Numeric Average Elevation of all relevant non-ground points within the building’s footprint minus the BASE_HGT measurement for that buildingMAX_HGT: Field Type –Double; Numeric Maximum Elevation of all relevant non-ground points within the building’s footprint minus the BASE_HGT measurement for that buildingFCODE Key1810 = Building1830 = Tank Targets of ServiceThe following structures of 150 sq. feet (14 sq. meters) or larger and five pixels wide or larger (based on imagery with 12-inch/30 cm GSD or better) are targeted by the ChangeFinder process.Residential, commercial and industrial buildingsIsolated garages, mobile homes, shedsGreenhouses and silosBuildings under construction that at least have wallsTrailer boxes with windows or doorsOther features with a roofAdditionally, the following structures are targeted if/when identifiable (included within building outline):Attached decks or porches that have a roof or railing or are visibly raisedThe following structures are NOT targeted by the Building Outline Creation service:Vehicles, boats, shipsDocksPaved areas, including patios without a railing or wallBare ground surrounded by a fence or wallSteel tower/frames, antenna, cell phone towersChanges in the vertical direction (e.g. a one-story building that is renovated to a two-story building)BillboardsTombstonesTemporary tentsTrailer boxes (temporary/storage)Structures or components that are invisible or unrecognizable due to image resolution, quality or artifacting from the mosaicing process (in cases where client-provided orthomosaic tiles are used as part of the process) or are obscured from view are not targeted by the service.Pools (unless PoolFinder is purchased with the project)Building Outline Creation AccuracyPositional accuracy: Offset from the imagery less than or equal to five pixelsGeometric accuracy: Length of untraced edges less than or equal to five pixelsError rate: Ratio of positionally/geometrically inaccurate buildings and missed buildings less than or equal to 0.5%. Date CapturedFeatures updated: 12/24/2015Attributes updated: 12/24/2015Metadata updated 10/06/2016Captured ByCollected By = PictometryCoordinate SystemProjected Coordinate System: NAD_1983_StatePlane_Pennsylvania_South_FIPS_3702_FeetProjection: Lambert_Conformal_ConicFalse_Easting: 1968500.00000000False_Northing: 0.00000000Central_Meridian: -77.75000000Standard_Parallel_1: 39.93333333Standard_Parallel_2: 40.96666667Latitude_Of_Origin: 39.33333333Linear Unit: Foot_US
Description: The City of Philadelphia has migrated metadata for this data set to the City-wide Metadata Catalog. For any questions about the migration and administration of the Metadata Catalog, please contact email@example.com. To view the metadata for this layer, please visit: http://metadata.phila.gov/#home/datasetdetails/5543866f20583086178c4f22/representationdetails/55438ab69b989a05172d0d59/
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Description: Description:GMA’s (Geographic Market Area’s) define the geographic areas within which home sales will be compared during the reassessment analysis. GMA’s are determined primarily by differences in sale prices, housing stock and/or geographical factors. As GMA’s are created based on the specific market conditions and the assessment year, GMA’s should be analyzed and updated at regular intervals based on the fluctuating market conditions and before creating reassessment models.GMA’s have been sporadically redefined by a subjective process by the OPA staff. Status: Features updated: 03/07/2013Attributes updated: 03/07/2013Metadata updated: 03/27/2013Update Frequency: Yearly, as neededAbstract:This dataset displays a polygon shape file that illustrates all of the 651 GMA’s. The purpose is to locate properties for classification and comparison purposes in the City of Philadelphia. Data Description:This file is created based on property characteristics data collected by OPA Evaluators and is referenced to the DOR parcel layer and Street Centerline layer.Key attributes, field names and descriptions:FID: FID stands for 'Feature ID' which is a unique field representing each feature in the shapefile.SHAPE: This field indicates the type of geometry—polygon.GMA: GMA stands for ‘Geographic Market Area’ code which is a 4 digit ID used to identify various neighborhoods.Feature geometry.Coordinate systemProjection: Lambert Conformal Conic XY Coordinate System: NAD 1983 State Plane Pennsylvania South FIPS 3702 (US Feet)Datum: NAD 1983Units of Measurement: Foot_US
Copyright Text: Credits : OPA IT/GIS Unit
Contact_Organization: Office of Property Assessment
Contact_Address: The Curtis Center
601 Walnut Street, Suite 300 North
Philadelphia PA, 19106
Phone: 215-686-4334 Fax: 215-686-9223
Description: AbstractPolygon geometric features updated to represent impervious surface visible in the Spring 2015, Leaf-off, AccuPlus 3" orthophotography imagery with a Center City 8 way shoot.Data DevelopmentData was updated from Spring 2015, Leaf-off, AccuPlus 3" orthophotography imagery with a Center City 8 way shoot, flown by Pictometry.Key attribute field names and descriptionsFCODE: Field Type -String; Identifies the feature type by code. Codes defined by customerSOURCE: Field Type -String; Describes the source of the featureDATE_UPDAT: Field Type -String; Identifies when the feature has been updatedUPDATED: Field Type -String; Identifies if the feature has been updatedFCODE Key1000 = Travelway1010 = Medians1020 = Shoulder1200 = Travelway Bridge1210 = Railroad Bridge1220 = Pedestrain Bridge2200 = Parking2210 = Sidewalks2220 = Asph/Conc Slabs Ditches2230 = Driveways2240 = Alleys2250 = Parking Islands2260 = Inground Pools2300 = Compacted Earth2310 = Railroad Ballast, Gravel9999 = Grass Layer or Vegetated/Natural SurfaceDate CapturedFeatures updated: 10/06/2016Attributes updated: 10/06/2016Metadata updated: 10/10/2016Captured ByOriginally Collected = SanbornUpdated = ISCTopology Checked/Reviewed = PictometryCoordinate SystemProjected Coordinate System: NAD_1983_StatePlane_Pennsylvania_South_FIPS_3702_FeetProjection: Lambert_Conformal_ConicFalse_Easting: 1968500.00000000False_Northing: 0.00000000Central_Merifian: -77.75000000Standard_Parallel_1: 39.93333333Standard_Parallel_2: 40.96666667Latitude_Of_Origin: 39.33333333Linear Unit: Foot_US
Copyright Text: Pictometry Intelligent Images, Intergraph Services Company (ISC), and Sanborn Mapping Services
Description: Locations of City of Philadelphia Free Library branches, regional, specialty and central library. Attributes updated: 9/10/12Features updated: 6/1/12Metadata updated 9/12/10Development History:Point features of Free Library building assets created by Philadelphia City Planning Commission (PCPC) using source data from the Free Library, Dept of Public Property Capital Program Division and Office of Budget. Attributes populated from Free Library information request and summer 2012. Coordinate System:Pennsylvania South, NAD83, US Survey FootThematic Mapping:Use the SITE_NAME field for general mapping and labeling. Use ASSEST_SUBTYPE field to map by library type: branch, regional, specialty, etc.Key Attribute Fields:Asset ID - integer value assigned by PCPCSite Name - Full name of building, structure or land for database referenceSite Name - Commonly used name for building, campus or collection of buildingsAsset Addr - Street address of building, structure or landAsset Group - broad categories by which assets are assigned. Demonstrates related uses of assets/blgds.Asset Type - Basic definition of an asset. e.g., building or land.Asset SubType - Specific description of asset based on use or set of uses. E.g. warehouse, library, police station, etc. Includes equipment designationsSite Name - the name under which multiple buildings at a single facility may be grouped. Example: Police Academy. Single buildings on a single site will have the same Asset Name and Site Name.Cityowned - Y or NBldg Sqft - Gross building square feetYear Built - known year built or estimateHours Week - The total number of hours that the site is open as whole number: 40, 60, 80 or 168 for 24/7 operationsEdited Date - date record was last updatedUserCode - The unique ID from Capital Program Budget System denoting a capital expenditure at this site. Some sites may have more than one UserCode denoting multiple projects over time or retired UserCodes.BRT ID - The OPA (formerly BRT) parcel ID.
Copyright Text: Philadelphia City Planning Commission
1515 Arch Street, 13 Fl
Philadelphia, PA 19102-1583
Description: Summary:Metes and bounds description of an area.Features Updated: 2/08/2013Attributes Updated: 2/08/2013Metadata Updated: 2/13/2013Update Frequency: WeeklyPublic= YAbstract:When a deed is recorded, its metes and bounds description (Legal Description) is checked against the official registry for changes or confirmation.There are over 5000 registry maps representing the entire county of Philadelphia. Every metes and bounds description is assigned a 10 digit registry number. The first 6 digits represent the map number. The last 4 digits represent the parcel number. Maps with an ‘S’ in the registry number include everything south of Market Street. Maps with an ‘N’ in the registry number include everything north of Market Street. When a consolidation or subdivision occurs it is given the next highest parcel number on that registry map. Parcel Remainder: A subdivided parcel where no metes and bounds description was recorded, mathematically closing the remaining portion of area. Those parcels retain there original registry number until a deed confirming the remaining piece is recorded. Inactive parcels are metes and bounds descriptions which have been consolidated or subdivided in total. There relevance lies in there historical value.Data Development:Polygons are created by georeferencing survey plans into Arcmap. Or created manually using the metes and bounds description written in the deed. Key Attribute Fields:Base Registry – Identification number of a parcel or unit in a condominiumMap Registry – Identification number of a parcel of land.Parcel Number – Lot numberRegistry Map – Map numberCoordinate System:Lambert Conformal Conic, NAD83, PA South Stateplane coordinates, US FootThematic Mapping:N/AOther Information:N/ACredits:Mapping Unit Supervisor City of Philadelphia Department of Records City Hall Room 170, Philadelphia, PA email@example.com;215-686-1487
Description: The TIGER/Line Files are shapefiles and related database files (.dbf) that are an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information from the U.S. Census Bureau's Master Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) Database (MTDB). The MTDB represents a seamless national file with no overlaps or gaps between parts, however, each TIGER/Line File is designed to stand alone as an independent data set, or they can be combined to cover the entire nation. Block Groups (BGs) are defined before tabulation block delineation and numbering, but are clusters of blocks within the same census tract that have the same first digit of their 4-digit census block number from the same decennial census. For example, Census 2000 tabulation blocks 3001, 3002, 3003,.., 3999 within Census 2000 tract 1210.02 are also within BG 3 within that census tract. Census 2000 BGs generally contained between 600 and 3,000 people, with an optimum size of 1,500 people. Most BGs were delineated by local participants in the Census Bureau's Participant Statistical Areas Program (PSAP). The Census Bureau delineated BGs only where the PSAP participant declined to delineate BGs or where the Census Bureau could not identify any local PSAP participant. A BG usually covers a contiguous area. Each census tract contains at least one BG, and BGs are uniquely numbered within census tract. Within the standard census geographic hierarchy, BGs never cross county or census tract boundaries, but may cross the boundaries of other geographic entities like county subdivisions, places, urban areas, voting districts, congressional districts, and American Indian / Alaska Native / Native Hawaiian areas. BGs have a valid code range of 0 through 9. BGs coded 0 were intended to only include water area, no land area, and they are generally in territorial seas, coastal water, and Great Lakes water areas. For Census 2000, rather than extending a census tract boundary into the Great Lakes or out to the U.S. nautical three-mile limit, the Census Bureau delineated some census tract boundaries along the shoreline or just offshore. The Census Bureau assigned a default census tract number of 0 and BG of 0 to these offshore, water-only areas not included in regularly numbered census tract areas. Some boundary details clarified by Philadelphia City Planning Commission May 2011
Description: This dataset is a combination of both bike racks installed in 2008 as a result of Adopt-a-rack program and racks installed by converting parking meters by the Philadelphia Parking Authority. Those racks installed in 2008 as part of the City's first Adopt-a-rack program were requested by civic and business associations who "adopted" them and promised to clear abandoned bikes, remove graffiti and maintain them if they were damaged. These bike racks are in the style of 'staple' or 'hoop' racks.The PPA racks are those mounted to the former parking meter posts. They are the green discs that have been installed through Center City and parts of University City.The PROJECT field defines the associated project of installation, either Adopt-a-rack or PPA.The STAND_ADD field is most appropriate for address locating or geocoding purposes.Please note the field NUM_RACKS represents the number of racks at a given address. Each record may represent more than one bike rack.
Copyright Text: City of Philadelphia Streets Dept and Philadelphia Parking Authority.