Property maps can help you:

  • Look up property lines
  • Check maps before buying property
  • Find unclaimed parcels
  • Look up property ownership information
  • Check property appraisals
  • Identify public property

Search for property maps from state, county, city, town, and municipal government offices such as

  • Assessor Offices

    Assessors determine the value of taxable property within a county or local area. These property valuations are used to levy property taxes. In addition, Assessors maintain detailed county and local maps that show property boundaries and buildings. These property maps include property appraisal values, zoning information, public property, and unclaimed parcels. Assessors may also have historic property maps. Many Assessors provide online access to their property maps on their websites.

  • Clerk Offices

    Clerks preserve important public records at the county or local level. As part of their responsibilities, Clerks keep detailed local maps, including property maps. These maps may contain property values, property tax assessments, property boundaries, as well as public property and unclaimed parcels. Some may also provide information about buildings and property ownership. These property maps are often available online through the Clerk's Office website.

  • Recorders Of Deeds

    Recorders of Deeds are responsible for keeping real estate ownership documents for a county or local government. The office ensures the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records, and as part of their responsibilities, Recorders of Deeds often keep detailed property maps. These property maps show property tax assessments, property appraisals, unclaimed parcels, public property, and zoning information. Recorders of Deeds may make their property maps available to the public on their websites.

  • Town & City Halls

    Town and City Halls provide several municipal functions for their town or city. They also maintain documents and records related to their municipality, including maps such as property maps. These property maps show parcel boundaries, buildings, property tax assessments, appraisal values, as well as unclaimed parcels and public property. The maps may also show jurisdictional boundaries and zoning divisions. Town and City Halls often provide public access to their property maps through their websites.

  • Treasurer & Tax Collector Offices

    Treasurers and Tax Collectors are responsible for collecting taxes for a local government and distributing these funds, including property taxes. Treasurers and Tax Collectors often maintain property maps covering their jurisdictions that show property lines, property tax assessments, appraisal values, and any unclaimed parcels or public property. Some maps may also provide ownership information and list building types and zones. These property maps may be available to the public on the Treasurer and Tax Collector's website.