Users could overlay the redevelopment area, homeowner associations, significant ridgelines and fire, flood and seismic hazard zones.
What does SHZ stand for?
SHZ stands for Seismic Hazard Zone
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We have 4 other meanings of SHZ in our Acronym Attic
- Sovereign Harbour Yacht Club (UK)
- Senior High Youth Fellowship (Christian youth group)
- Sustained Hypersonic Flight Experiment
- Senior High Youth Group (Lake Forest, IL)
- Supportive Housing for Young Mothers (Canada)
- Syndrome of Hydrocephalus in Young and Middle-Aged Adults
- Supported Housing for Young People
- Supported Housing for Young People Project (UK)
- Secondary Human Yolk Sac
- Schleswig-Holsteinischer Zeitungsverlag (German: Schleswig-Holstein Newspaper Publisher)
- Short Horn Zebu (cattle)
- Sindikat Hrvatskih Zeljeznicara (Croatian: Croatian Union of Railwaymen)
- Spanish Home Zone (Spain)
- Stiftung Homoeopathie Zertifikat (German: Homeopathy Foundation Certificate)
- Stichting Historische Zweefvliegtuigen Venlo (Dutch aviation club)
- International System of Units (metric system; more commonly seen as ISU)
- Normalized Subthreshold Swing
- Sacroiliac Joint
- Safe Intake
Samples in periodicals archive:
The California Disclosure Law requires the reporting of statutory information from six different hazard zones: Special Flood Hazard Areas, Dam Inundation Zones, Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones, Wildland Fire Hazard Areas, Earthquake Fault Zones and Seismic Hazard Zones.
In 1989, it adopted its Natural Hazard Ordinance, which mandates detailed engineering site studies for buildings of a certain size that are located in one of a number of seismic hazard zones (including fault rupture zones, liquefaction zones, and landslide zones).
Landowners in those areas will be required to disclose to prospective buyers that the property is in a seismic hazard zone, and city and county geologic studies will be required before new construction at some sites, officials said.
The California Department of Conservation today released a Seismic Hazard Zone Map covering the entire city and county of San Francisco.
Byline: David Greenberg Staff Writer State officials on Tuesday unveiled new seismic hazard zone maps they say will help planners, developers and homeowners prepare for future earthquakes, including ``the Big One'' geologists expect to rattle California within 30 years.
Ultimately, official seismic hazard zone maps will be made for Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, San Bernardino, Riverside and San Diego counties, as well as the San Francisco Bay area.
The Department of Conservation has made the Preliminary Seismic Hazard Zone Maps available at cost through two reprographic services.