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Description
Critical environmental features (CEFs) are defined in the City of Austin Land Development Code 25-8-1. CEF buffers are defined in the City of Austin Land Development Code 25-8-281. This layer depicts buffers or "setbacks" for most CEFs where protection has been designated. Also included are areas that have been designated as protected due to an easement, conservation area, or mitigated area. This dataset represents CEF buffers identified during the development review process since 1995. Prior to 1995, data is either unavailable or lost. CEF buffers were digitized from construction plans, environmental assessments, and City of Austin staff field observations into a versioned SDE database using ArcMap. Actual buffers size for any particular feature may be determined through a process of negotiation with land development interests, and may differ from standard dimensions stated in the Land Development Code.
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Locations and Maps
Tags
brg, biological resource gis, critical environmental features, cef, buffers, development
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Data Provided By
City of Austin, Watershed Protection
Source Link
https://www.austintexas.gov/department/watershed-protection/codes-and-regulations
License
Public Domain
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biologic_resource_buffer

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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
BRG_ID
brg_id
OBJECTID
objectid
NAME
name
FEATURE_TYPE
feature_type
CASE_NUMBER
case_number
OTHER_ID_NUMBER
other_id_number
PLAN_SET_DATE
plan_set_date
LATITUDE
latitude
LONGITUDE
longitude
FIELD_CHECK_REQUEST
field_check_request
CREATED_BY
created_by
MODIFIED_BY
modified_by
MODIFIED_DATE
modified_date
CREATED_DATE
created_date
CHECKED_BY
checked_by
FEATURE_COMMENTS
feature_comments
PUBLIC_INFO
public_info
FME_DATE
fme_date
SHAPE_Length
shape_length
SHAPE_Area
shape_area

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API Endpoint:

Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
OBJECTID
objectid
BRG_ID
brg_id
NAME
name
FEATURE_TYPE
feature_type
CASE_NUMBER
case_number
OTHER_ID_NUMBER
other_id_number
PLAN_SET_DATE
plan_set_date
LATITUDE
latitude
LONGITUDE
longitude
FIELD_CHECK_REQUEST
field_check_request
CREATED_BY
created_by
CREATED_DATE
created_date
MODIFIED_BY
modified_by
MODIFIED_DATE
modified_date
CHECKED_BY
checked_by
FEATURE_COMMENTS
feature_comments
PUBLIC_INFO
public_info
FME_DATE
fme_date
SHAPE_Length
shape_length
SHAPE_Area
shape_area

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