Executive Airport Site Map
Hayward Executive Airport meets the travel needs of local private pilots and their passengers, and we welcome visitors from around the country. This vibrant general aviation airport is home to over 400 aircraft including business jets, and it provides over 300 jobs and $300 million in annual economic benefits to the community.
The FY 2016 Pavement Rehabilitation Project involve repairing deteriorated streets to return them to acceptable pavement condition standards, and extending their lifecycle. This year’s project involves at least 317 street sections which will be treated with one of several types of pavement treatments. [more]
During each shift, patrol officers are deployed into specific geographic areas called “beats.” [more]
Aerial Photos — Historoscope
The Historoscope is our aerial photo comparison tool. Browse around and investigate how the City of Hayward has changed through the years.
Code Enforcement Areas
Click on this map to find out information about the code inspectors for that area.
The City of Hayward requires every person, firm, corporation, partnership or other business organization conducting business within the City to obtain a business license.
Airport Safety Zones
The Airport Safety Zones are used in the Airport Approach Zoning Ordinance. The law is to promote the health, safety and general welfare of the inhabitants of the City of Hayward by preventing the creation or establishment of airport hazards, thereby protecting the lives and property of the users of the Hayward Air Terminal and of the occupants of the land in its vicinity, and preventing destruction or impairment of the utility of the airport and the public investment therein.
Hayward Parcel Explorer
A parcel is a piece or unit of land meant to be owned by one or more person(s) or another legal entity such as a company, corporation, organization, government or trust. Explore where there are potential vacant parcels, and which parcels the City of Hayward owns.
Hayward Streets Explorer
The Hayward Streets layer has more than just names and addresses. Take a look at some of the other attributes that we track in our GIS street layer.
Sea Level Rise
These maps were created as part of the Adapting to Rising Tides project of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission.
See when, where and what types of crimes are committed throughout the city of Hayward with our crime mapping application. Information shown is for the past 180 days and is updated one time each day. The map is not all inclusive, but simply a representation of crime. [more]
Interested in investigating a map of most building and planning projects throughout the city? Please visit our Development Dashboard, browse around and click on projects to see the details. You may filter the types of projects by clicking project types in the chart.