The following charts show the amount and percentage growth in urban and built-up land by jurisdiction from 1992 to 2016 in San Joaquin County. Built-up land includes agricultural-residential areas (ranchettes) and facilities that support agricultural uses. The Growth in Urban and Built-Up Acres Map shows the location of this growth.
Farmland Converted to Urban and Built-Up Land
The following chart shows the amount of acres that have been converted from farmland in each jurisdiction during 1992-2016. The second chart below shows the amount of acres converted in each farmland category. TheFarmland Converted to Urban and Built-Up Land Map shows the location of these converted farmland acres.
All of the above data is included in the following interactive map. There are separate layers for urban/built-up land as of 1992, urban/built-up land that developed during 1992-2016, and farmland that was converted during 1992-2016. For converted farmland, there is a separate layer for each of the farmland categories. The map can be zoomed in and out. Click on the icon on the upper left corner to see the legend. Click on the icon on the far right to get see the map on a separate webpage. The layers can be turned on and off for ease of exploration.