Every year in December, layers from Esri’s content catalog are retired. The layers listed below will no longer be available. These layers have been in mature support, marked as deprecated, and not actively maintained for at least two years, following the Process for Deprecating Maps and Layers. Each has a replacement layer which is actively maintained and updated every year. If you haven’t done so already, please update your webmaps and apps to use the updated layers so you are always working with the best data available. If you have maps and apps using any of the layers listed below, please swap in the replacement layer, or please check your layers to make sure they are not marked as Deprecated.
Note for ArcGIS Enterprise Users
If you use ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 to ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8.1, you may see these layers in searches throughout your Enterprise portal. Please note that once retired, the underlying data will be inaccessible, and the layer will be broken. Therefore, please make the appropriate replacements. For more information on the lifecycle of Living Atlas content in ArcGIS Enterprise, please see the Living Atlas content life cycles and updates help topic.