How accurate are the property lines?
These property lines are not survey grade, have no legal standing, and cannot be used in court. They are an approximation based on the State tax maps and the best available deeds and plats. Our parcel layer is provided as a planning tool and should be considered as such. If you are in need of property lines for legal reasons, please contact a Professional Land Surveyor. For more resources on researching property boundaries, please see our Other Resources page.Other Resources

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1. What is GIS
2. When I open the map, I see the header and zoom bar, but no map.
3. Sometimes the map is slow. Can I do anything about it?
4. I'm turning on and off the 2011 aerial but nothing is happening. Why?
5. Why doesn't anything happen when I turn on a layer listed under Map Layers?
6. Why can't I find a street?
7. Why can't I find my address?
8. Why in the map is the address on my house different from the one listed on my tax record?
9. How accurate are the property lines?
10. Information on my tax record is incorrect. Can you fix it?
11. My property lines and address appear in the base map, but my house does not.
12. Is the aerial photography real time?
13. What is Bird Eye View?
14. Is it possible to print a scaled map?
15. Is it possible to download the data in this map in a GIS or CAD format?