Vehicle Miles Traveled

Vehicle miles traveled (VMT) is a measure used extensively in transportation planning for a variety of purposes. It measures the amount of travel for all vehicles in a geographic region over a given period of time, typically a one-year period. It is calculated as the sum of the number of miles traveled by each vehicle. Use this map to visualize several VMT scenarios throughout the City of Hayward.

October 29, 2020
Crime Map


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]

Updated nightly

Development Dashboard

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.

Updated nightly

Tennyson Thrives Community Map

Tennyson Thrives is a collaboration between community members, City staff, and the Chabot College Student Initiative Center to create and implement a dynamic Vision Plan for the neighborhoods along the Tennyson Corridor.


Updated September 2018
Street Paving History

Pavement Moratorium and Street Paving History

View our map detailing the history of street paving. See what streets are currently under moratorium and check the pavement work done by fiscal year.

Updated on August 30, 2021

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.

Updated on April 17, 2017

Cannabis Land Use

The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), California Proposition 64, provides for large-scale cultivation, manufacturing, distribution and sale of cannabis for adult recreational use.  Use the app or pdfs below to find the allowable locations in Hayward for cannabis businesses.

Updated on August 14, 2019

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.

updated June 15, 2017

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.

updated on Sept 20, 2017

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. 

updated on Sept 20, 2017

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.


Updated August 4, 2017
Bicycle Route Charette

Bicycle Network (Routes, Paths, Lanes)

The Hayward Bicycle Route System includes multiple types of bicycling infrastructure, including off-road paths (Class I), bicycle lanes (Class II), and low-traffic roads (Class III). View the data in a web map, or download the data from our open data portal to create your own application.

Updated on Aug 31, 2017
Zoning Map


Zoning Map

Updated on July 29, 2021
Executive Airport Site Map

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.

Updated on July 24, 2016

Police Beats

During each shift, patrol officers are deployed into specific geographic areas called “beats.” [more]

Updated on Mar 3, 2017