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FAQ Categories / Tax: Mapping

How often are tax maps updated?

Continuously. Changes are received by the Mapping Department daily. These changes usually result from deeds being assessed in the Appraisal Department and/or recorded in the Probate Office. Other updates come from newly recorded subdivision plats, right-of-way surveys, etc.

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What is a tax map?

A tax map is used to identify ownership of each parcel of land in the county. These drawings are representations of geographical features, property lines, and parcel identification numbers. Although tax maps are for tax purposes only and cannot be used for conveyance, these maps have proven to be very

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What is the “parcel identification number?”

This 16 digit number uniquely identifies every piece of property within the county for tax purposes. The parcel ID number is broken down as follows: Example: 16-09-31-3-004-019.003 16: Locator – this number is derived from the township and range of the property. The legend located on every tax map will

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