Stairway Locations by Zip Code

Ped Facilities – Zone A    Ped Facilities – Zone J    Ped Facilities – Zone S

Ped Facilities – Zone B    Ped Facilities – Zone K    Ped Facilities – Zone T

Ped Facilities – Zone C    Ped Facilities – Zone L    Ped Facilities – Zone U

Ped Facilities – Zone D   Ped Facilities – Zone M   Ped Facilities – Zone V

Ped Facilities – Zone E    Ped Facilities – Zone N   Ped Facilities – Zone W

Ped Facilities – Zone F    Ped Facilities – Zone O    Ped Facilities – Zone X

Ped Facilities – Zone G    Ped Facilities – Zone P    Ped Facilities – Zone Y

Ped Facilities – Zone H    Ped Facilities – Zone Q   Ped Facilities – Zone Z

Ped Facilities – Zone I     Ped Facilities – Zone R    Ped Facilities – Zone AA

Having trouble finding your zone?
Use this Reverse Lookup Table to find the zone letter for each zip code.

Do you want to know what zip codes are in each zone?
Use this Zone Zip Codes Table to find the zip codes in each zone map.

Description of the 27 Zone maps labeled A-Z and AA above:
All stair-streets, stairways, walk-streets, walkways, pedestrian over and under crossings in LA County south of the San Gabriel Mountains that we know of, are now captured as a series of 27 Google maps with 10 zip code layers each (the max Google Maps allows) with colored symbols to denote the types of facilities, with the shape denoting the facility type, and the color denoting the number of stair-steps, in each group of 10 zip codes [each map has a legend explaining this coding in detail]. The zip codes zones maps are labeled with letters A-Z and AA, as shown on the pedestrian facilities key map at the top of this page. Below this key map are a series of links to the 27 letter coded Google maps.  To see stairways in your area, find your zip code zone letter on the key map, and then click on the corresponding lettered link below. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to Bob Inman (his FB page is Guide to the Stairways of Los Angeles) for graciously sharing his findings with me, so this comprehensive set of maps could be assembled from our combined data, and made available to the entire stair-walking community.

Here is the shape symbol legend that is in each of the 27 zone maps:

Shape meanings:

Circle = Stair-Street/Walk-Street [connects two streets]

Star = Stairs/Walkway; [does not connect two streets]

Square = POC [Pedestrian Over-Crossing, including foot bridges]

Diamond = PUC [Pedestrian Under-Crossing]

Red Triangle with ! = Functional but closed, usually gated/locked

Skull & Cross-Bones = Facility removed

Color meanings:

Lt Gray:    0 steps [walk-streets or walkways with no stairs] (was white)

Lt Green: < 10 steps [too small for the Inman 300 list]

Green:     11 – 39 steps

Yellow:     40 – 69 steps

Orange:   70 – 99 steps

Red:         100 – 129 steps

Purple:   130 – 159 steps

Lt Blue: 160 – 189 steps

Dk Blue: 190 – 219 steps

Black:     220 or more steps

We want your help in updating the maps!
These zip code zone maps are an evolving work in progress, so if you find new stair-streets, walk-streets, stairways, walkways or ped crossings, not already on a zip code layer, please send the info to me so I can assess and potentially include them in the zone map layers.  It would help if you could send me a link to a Google map with a marker on the facility, or a Google street view showing the facility.

Please send the info to me via email: Dan Gutierrez

or post it to SoCal Stair Climbers on Facebook