tax maps

Tax Map

An electronic or written document detailing the size and value of a piece of taxable real estate, among other information. A tax map may be useful to a potential buyer. Written tax maps are kept in the local tax office.

tax maps

An official document showing the locations and parcel identification numbers for all property located within an ad valorem (property) tax jurisdiction.Today,many tax maps are maintained online for easy search by citizens, either through a commercial service such as eMapsPlus (www.emapsplus.com) or by the local tax assessor or tax mapping office.

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Tenders are invited for maintenance of digital tax maps and geographic information system base map services.
We should draw all kinds of maps, from poverty maps, disaster maps, tax maps, and we should try and infra map for change," stressed Poe.
Other information sources, such as tax maps, have varying degrees of accuracy.
Despite a 23 percent decline in personnel, the assessor's office has cleared a backlog of appraisals, digitized its records and brought its tax maps up to date.
And though the lines on tax maps aren't guaranteed to be accurate, they do show you where the county thinks your land begins and ends for tax purposes.
A geographic information system map, similar to the town's zoning and tax maps already available online, would cost at least $10,000, Kara H.
For example, New York City won a copyright infringement claim last year against a business that had copied digitized versions of public tax maps (City of New York v.
These atlases were layered on top of an existing cadastral map digitized from County Property Appraiser's tax maps.
This application provides tax maps, owner information, and tax values over the Internet.
The researchers also reviewed: annual reports; SEC filings; DCCA Business Registration records; assessment office tax maps and records; Bureau of Conveyances documents; and other publications.
It is making road surveys more accurate to enhance 911 emergency response times and is using data obtained from NDGPS to update its tax maps.
With it, users can: plot corridor centerline, then search for environmental and cultural impediments, as well as analyze the 3-D profile of the route; register any scanned images, including tax maps, orthophotos, property plans, or utility maps to the 3-D Topo-Quads base and superimpose them; and draw a property survey, then drape it over the 3-D quad sheet data.