Parcel maps can help you:

  • Determine parcel boundaries
  • Find unclaimed parcels
  • Check zoning boundaries
  • Look up flood zones
  • Identify public access land
  • Find parcel history

Find parcel maps from government offices such as

  • Assessor Offices

    Assessor Offices play a role in property tax assessment by determining the value of taxable property in their county or local area. As part of this job, Assessors maintain detailed neighborhood maps that contain a range of information. These parcel maps include property lines, parcel numbers, street numbers, boundary locations, and lot dimensions. They may also show public land, unclaimed parcels, roads, and geographical features, as well as flood zones and zoning boundaries. Parcel maps may also include information on current property owners, property assessments, and property tax payments, including any tax liens or foreclosures. These maps can be valuable resources for property owners and prospective buyers, and they may be available on the Assessor Office website.

  • Building Departments

    Building Departments ensure the construction of safe buildings by creating and enforcing building codes. They also maintain parcel maps for their jurisdiction, which show local topography, soil composition, flood zones, and flood drainage patterns. Parcel maps also show building code zones, regulatory restrictions by area, and zoning boundaries, as well as property lines, public and private land, lot dimensions, boundary markers, and information on buildings. Building Department maps typically show roads, place names, bodies of water, and other geographic features, making them valuable resources for property owners and prospective buyers. Building Departments may provide online access to their parcel maps.

  • Clerk Offices

    Clerk Offices maintain and preserve public records for a county or local government, including vital documents and property records. These property records often include parcel maps, which provide information about public and private property, geographical features, and zoning boundaries, including flood zones, building zones, and regulatory restriction areas. Parcel maps also provide information on all the parcels in the area, including current owners, appraisal values, property tax assessments, unclaimed parcels, and parcel numbers, as well as property lines and boundary markers. They may also include information on tax liens and foreclosures. These parcel maps may be available online at the Clerk Office website.

  • Recorders Of Deeds

    Recorders of Deeds ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records by keeping real estate ownership documents. The Recorder of Deeds also keeps detailed maps on their county or local area, including parcel maps. These parcel maps show all the properties in the area, including property lines, parcel numbers, lot dimensions, and boundary markers. They also show public and private land, zoning boundaries, flood zones, and geographical features, and some may list property ownership information, property appraisals, and the property tax history, including assessments, tax liens, and foreclosures. These parcel maps are valuable sources of information for property owners and prospective buyers, and they may be available on the Recorder of Deeds website.

  • Town & City Halls

    Town and City Halls provide municipal services for their town or city, as well as preserving important records like vital documents and property records. These property-related documents can include parcel maps, which show all the parcels in the town or city and provide information on property boundaries, unclaimed parcels, parcel numbers, and lot dimensions. They also show public and private land, zoning boundaries, flood zones, and geographical features. Some parcel maps also include property owner information, property appraisals, and property tax assessments, including tax liens or foreclosures. Town and City Halls may also have historical maps, and many provide online access to their parcel maps through the Town or City Hall website.