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Information on this website is provided by Washoe County and other third-party sources as a public service without warranties of any kind, expressed or implied, including usage, merchantability, content, interpretation, sequence, accuracy, currency or timeliness.
Information on this website is not intended for the purpose of boundary resolution or location. Building outlines are included for graphic representation only and are not intended to be used for any measurement, calculation, or delineation purposes. Public information on this website furnished by the Washoe County Assessor's Office is developed and collected for assessment purposes only. The Washoe County Assessor’s Office assumes no liability as to the accuracy, sufficiency or suitability of the information contained herein for any particular use and assumes no liability whatsoever associated with the use or misuse of any such data.
Parcels containing multiple addresses may only display a single address as recorded by the county Assessor. For questions about assessment data please contact the Washoe County Assessor's Office Public Service Center at (775) 328-2277.
Zoning information should be verified with the appropriate planning agency.

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NOTICE: Plat Maps – NOW available online. 
1. Select Property Inquiry from list on left side of screen.
2. Click on Assessor Property Inquiry.
3. In the Parcel ID field enter a parcel number, 8 digits, no dashes.
4. Enter or click on Search key.
5. Right hand side of results, click on View Plat Map.
6.  The plat map will be displayed in a PDF (portable document format).



The mission of the Nye County Assessor’s office is to serve the taxpayers and citizens of Nye County by producing equitable, timely, and accurate assessment rolls for the property owners and taxing agencies of Nye County, in conformance with the State Constitution and Nevada Revised Statutes and Nevada Administrative Codes as listed in chapters 361 through 362 and 489.

The primary task of the Assessor’s Office is to:

  • Provide assessments for taxation
  • Update property ownership
  • Oversee the appraisal map system
  • Bill and collect taxes on the unsecured roll
  • Provide information to taxpayers and public

In addition, the Assessor’s office is responsible for handling all personal exemptions on real estate and personal property.

Nye County Board of Equalization Appeals

If you have a question about your assessed value, please contact your appraiser at either of our offices. Board of Equalization appeal forms will be prepared for you at this time if needed. Appeals must be mailed to the Nye County Assessor’s Office, and be postmarked no later than January 15th, to either of the following addresses:

 Nye County Assessor’s Office
 P O Box 271
 Tonopah, NV 89049

 Nye County Assessor’s Office
 160 N Floyd Dr
 Pahrump, NV 89060

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1. Salt Lake County makes no guarantees, representations, or warranties, of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the content, accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of any of the data provided. This site is supplied on an "as is, where is" basis. The County assumes no obligation or liablility for its use by any person. This site represents a one-time capture of data, as it exists at the time the County initially inputs the data, and does not necessarily include the ongoing updates or corrections to the source data maintained by the County or other agencies.
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GIS: Mapping your World

Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

GIS Department

155 Broad Street NW
P.O. Box 1412
Cleveland, TN 37364-1412
(423) 728-7171 or (423) 728-7110 Phone
(423) 478-8885 Fax

  • Fire Districts - Fire Districts in Bradley County (Cleveland, Charleston, Fringe Area, Rural Area)
  • Growth Plan - 20 Year Growth Plan for Bradley County / Cleveland / Charleston
  • Tax Map Index - Index of Tax Maps from the Office of Assessor of Property
  • Zoning - Zoning in Bradley County excluding Cleveland and Charleston
  • Tax Maps - Temporary site for downloading Assessor of Property's Taxmaps.
  • Bradley County Property Search - Search for parcel and owner information from Bradley County Assessor of Property
  • Assessment Data - Search for assessment data from  Bradley County Assessor of Property
  • City of Cleveland Online Map - Cleveland's online mapping by City of Cleveland GIS Department
  • Voting Maps - Temporary site for downloading Voting District/Precinct Maps.



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GIS Mapping


Like many local government agencies, the City of Chattanooga Public Works, uses geographic information systems (GIS) as a digital data repository, for storing information pertaining to, storm water and sewer network locations. A GIS in its simplest terms, is a digital map, very much like Google maps. However, we use mapping data that is very specific to Hamilton County and the City of Chattanooga.


Available Maps:

Hamilton County GIS Map

This GIS map is provided by the Hamilton county GIS department. Residents can utilize this web map to view hamilton county base map. This is a great place to start if you are looking for basic mapping information for hamilton county.

Interactive Service GIS Map

Since Public Works collects refuse on certain days based on location, a useful map was created to show residents when their refuse will be collected based on their location inside city limits.

Water Quality Impervious Area Fee Map 

The impervious area map lets users view the estimated impervious area for a given property.

City of Chattanooga Green Infrastructure

Green infrastructure map highlights some of the improvements that the city government and the private sector have added to their properties.


This unique map memorializes those who were killed in a mass shooting on July 16, 2015. This map is a tribute to the fallen sailor and marines who lost their lives on that tragic day.

Chattanooga Park Maps

New to Chattanooga? Check out our park map that shows locations of parks in the City of Chattanooga.

GIS Mapping Center

1250 Market Street, Suite 2100
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Phone: (423) 643-6033
Fax: (423) 643-6027


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Surveyor Interactive GIS


Thank you for visiting the Surveyor Interactive GIS. This map has been developed primarily to provide survey data to the Professional Land Surveyor’s who work within the county. Not all of the Surveyor’s Office records are available herein! We are continually updating our digital records and published data to include as many monument positions and survey data as possible.

For additional information please contact our office at 801-399-8020, send us an email to [email protected], or stop by and visit us in person.

This interactive map contains only the layers that the Surveyor’s Office provides to the Weber County GIS department. For Weber County’s complete interactive GIS map (Gismo) please click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why isn’t my survey being shown on the map?

Each land surveyor making a boundary survey of lands within Weber County is required by state code to file a map of the survey in the County Surveyor’s Office within 90 days of the establishment or reestablishment of the boundary. If your survey is not being shown on our map contact the surveyor who prepared the survey, the survey may have not been filed in the County Surveyor’s Office yet.

The Weber County Surveyor’s Office screens each record of survey filed in our office. After the screening process each survey is added to our interactive map as soon as possible. This process of screening and adding surveys to the interactive map can take time depending on the workloads of the Surveyor’s Office staff. If you know a record of survey has been filed and it is not yet shown on the map please feel free to contact our office at 801-399-8020 or send us an email to [email protected]

Why do my tax parcel lines not match my survey?

The tax parcel lines shown on the Interactive GIS map are a visual representation of the tax parcel maps provided, prepared, and kept by the County Recorder’s Office. The tax parcel maps are a representation of the legal descriptions found on the deeds and conveying documents which have been recorded in the County Recorder’s Office. Tax parcel maps are not intended to show the exact location of property lines on the ground. For this reason the legal descriptions found on record in the Recorder’s Office and the legal description provided as a part of your survey often will not match each other. The surveyed legal description will not have any effect on the Recorder’s tax parcel maps unless the property owner uses that surveyed legal description as a part of a deed or conveying document which is then recorded in the County Recorder’s Office.

If a landowner wishes to get their surveyed legal description recorded in the Recorder’s Office we recommend that they hire a private competent land professional or real estate attorney to assist them in this endeavor.

Why does my survey or parcel not match what is on the ground?

The Surveyor’s interactive GIS map shows the location of the record of survey filed by the Professional Land Surveyor who performed the survey. If the surveyed lines appear to not match what is being occupied on the ground we recommend you contact the surveyor who performed the survey to get information regarding the apparent discrepancy.

The tax parcel lines shown on the Interactive GIS map are a visual representation of the tax parcel maps provided, prepared, and kept by the County Recorder’s Office. The tax parcel maps are a representation of the legal descriptions found on the deeds and conveying documents which have been recorded in the County Recorder’s Office. Tax parcel maps are not intended to show the exact location of property lines on the ground. For this reason the legal descriptions on record often do not match or accurately reflect what is being occupied on the ground. If a land owner wishes to correct the differences between what is on record and what is being occupied on the ground we recommend they hire a Professional Land Surveyor to survey their property and follow the proper steps to get the surveyed legal description on record in the Recorder’s Office.

Why can I not find a monument that you show on your map?

In an effort to maintain and adequately expand the survey control networks in Weber County we have placed monument positions on our interactive map wherever we have information that a monument is or was located on the ground. As the workloads of the Surveyor’s Office staff permits, we will make an effort to find, maintain, and replace all the monuments represented on our interactive map. Until the Surveyor’s Office is able to physically find and tie in the monument it will be shown on the interactive map as a “record position”. Monuments found and referenced will be shown on the interactive map as a “referenced position”.

If you find or suspect that a monument shown on our website has been removed, disturbed, or otherwise altered please contact our office immediately at 801-399-8020 or send us an email to [email protected]

What Should I do if I have found a monument not shown on your map?

If you have found or know of a survey monument that is not shown on our interactive map please contact our office at 801-399-8020 or send us an email to [email protected]

Can I remove or destroy a monument shown on your map?

Any damage, disruption, removal, or covering with a hard surface (including but not limited to asphalt, concrete, metal, ect.) of any monument, including the associated concrete collar and metal cover, without a permit is a criminal offense. Such illicit destruction of a monument, in Weber County, carries a civil penalty of a $1,000.00 fine in addition to all costs to resurvey and reestablish the destroyed monument and any other civil or criminal penalties applicable by law.

If you have a need to work near, remove, or destroy a monument you must first pull a permit with the Weber County Surveyor’s Office at least five (5) business days before you intend to work around the monument. It will be your responsibility to ensure a new monument is installed per Weber County Public Works Standards to replace the monument if it is removed.

To pull a permit, please fill out our online form on the Survey Monuments Permit page, or contact our office at 801-399-8020.


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