Parcel mapping is a visual representation of the cadastral information from deeds, plats and surveys. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for these sources.
All parcel data shown reflects tax records as of November 20, 2023. The property values will remain frozen/static until the week of January 15, 2024. In addition, there will be some delay in newly mapped properties appearing in iMAPS and Permitting Systems during this time period. This data freeze is in preparation for the 2024 countywide revaluation. Property ownership for current properties will continue to be updated nightly in iMAPS. We appreciate your patience.
Property Mapping FAQ
My property lines are not correct. How can I fix this?
How do I change the property description for my parcel?
How can I obtain a recorded survey or deed of my property?
Contact the Register of Deeds Office.
How are PINs determined?
Every parcel of land is identified by a Parcel Identifier Number. The PIN geographically locates each parcel. It is made up of a combination of easting and northing grid coordinates of the center of the parcel. When the parcel boundaries change, the PIN changes.
How can I find out the owner of a property?
How do I change the parcel owner name or mailing address?
Contact the Tax Administration Office.