The current study aims at using remote sensing (RS) and Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques for optimum land-use planning of the area located north Ismaillia - south Port Said Governorates on the western side of Suez Canal. It is bounded by longitudes 32° 10' and 32 °20' E and latitudes 30° 41' and 31° 00' N. Great part of this area is under reclamation and suffering from improper land-use. Ten geomorphologic units were recognized i.e. clay flats, decantation basins, overflow basins, sand sheets, gypsiferous flats, old river terraces , sand flats , turtle backs, lake beds, and recent river terraces. Using US Soil Taxonomy, two soil orders could be identified; Entisols and Aridisols which are represented by ten great groups: Typic Haplosalids, Typic Haplogypsids,Typic Toriorthents, Vertic Argigypsids,Vertic Torrifluvents, Vertic Natrargids ,Typic Torripsamments,Typic Torrifluvens, Aquic Torriorthents and Typic Psammaquents. Surface and ground water with respect to salinity and alkalinity hazards were investigated ,where surface water of the main canals was classified as C2-S1, C3-S1,C4-S2 and C4-S4, meanwhile the ground water was classified as C3-S1, C3 -S1,C4-S2, C4-S1 and C4-S4 .Optimum land-use planning of the studied area includes three approaches i.e., physical planning, optimum cropping pattern and other uses. Physical planning includes designing of three geospatial models.1-treatment plant site selection model, 2-central village site selection model, and 3- shortest path for new canal model. Current cropping pattern was obtained by matching the crop requirements with soil characteristics, where soils of high sand flats and low gypsiferrous flats are currently highly suitable (S2) for sugar beet, alfalfa and cotton, soils of low sand flats are currently highly suitable (S2) for olive, citrus and melon, soils of low recent river terraces are currently highly suitable (S2) for sugar beet, cotton, corn and rice ,soils of moderately recent river terraces are currently highly suitable (S2) for wheat, melon, potato and rice, soils of high recent river terraces are currently highly suitable (S2) for wheat, melon, rice and cotton, soils of high gypsiferrous flats are currently highly suitable (S2) for corn, cotton, and citrus, soils of decantation basins are currently highly suitable (S2) for wheat, rice, corn, cotton, soils of turtle backs are currently highly suitable (S2) for melon, potato, cotton , soils of overflow basins are currently of moderate suitability (S3) for olive, citrus, peach, soils of sand sheets and old river terraces are currently of moderate suitability (S3) for olive, citrus, peach, soils of clay flats and lake bed are currently very severe suitability (S5) for all selected crops. Optimum cropping pattern was obtained by selecting the highly suitable classes from the current suitability status to be used in the optimum land-use of the investigated area. The main limitations of the above-mentioned soils are soil texture (t) , sodium content increase (a) , carbonate increase (c) and salinity increase (s).