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Utah SGID: Parcel Layer Activities Update (UGIC 2011)
 

Utah SGID: Parcel Layer Activities Update (UGIC 2011)

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Rick Kelson's slides describing the efforts to compile a statewide parcel GIS data layer in Utah. A subset of the broader Building the Utah Cadastre Through Partnerships presentation given by AGRC's ...

Rick Kelson's slides describing the efforts to compile a statewide parcel GIS data layer in Utah. A subset of the broader Building the Utah Cadastre Through Partnerships presentation given by AGRC's cadastral group at the annual UGIC Conference in Logan (April 2011).

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    Utah SGID: Parcel Layer Activities Update (UGIC 2011) Utah SGID: Parcel Layer Activities Update (UGIC 2011) Presentation Transcript

    • Utah Parcels Rick Kelson AGRC [email_address]
    • AGRC now has parcel data from all 29 counties !
      • Some counties submit the entire countywide parcel dataset while others only submit the private land parcels
      • Some counties have come a long way in the last couple of years but others still have quite a bit of work ahead:
        • Adding new parcels
        • Subdividing parcels
        • Attributing parcels
        • Tying parcels to new section corners
      1,369,876 Total Parcels
    • Parcel Accuracy
      • Counties maintain their parcel datasets differently:
        • From COGO description
        • ’ Pretty Picture’ GIS representation
        • Sometimes both
    • Parcel Attributes
      • These are the only seven attributes we distribute with the parcel data
      • Using PARCEL_ID we can ‘Join’ the parcel layer to the county tax roll and populate other fields if they are not already in the parcel data
      • Thoughts of adding more attributes to the parcel schema:
        • SERIAL_NUM in addition to PARCEL_ID
        • UNIQUE_ID that could be a combination of PARCEL_ID and county FIPs code
      • Private Land Ownership
      • BLM Land
      • State Trust Lands
      • National Forest Land
      • Incorporated City Property
      • Federal Land Ownership
      • County Property
      • State Land (non SITLA)
      • Other
      • Vacant
      • Unknown
      • any combination of numbers between 1 to 999
      Currently ownership type information comes from the counties populated with any number of different attributes including: But most of the time it is blank or nonexistent
      • F
      • T
      • BTF
      • NTF
      • SAF
      • SAT
      • Common Area
      • State of Utah
      • Park
      • Pit
      • County
      • Government
      • USA
      • Subdiv
      • IR
      • Mineral
      • NPS
      • ROW
      • ROW
      • Rec
      • USFWS
    • Parcel Attributes The OWN_TYPE field is populated using a ‘spatial join’ with the SGID Land Ownership’s very generalized OWNER attribute field
      • Federal
      • Private
      • State
      • Tribal
      Unfortunately this process does not meet everyone's needs and must be revised
      • SITLA-BLM need the attribute populated by the county so they can use it to check and quality control the Land Ownership dataset they produce
        • The discrepancies between the counties and Land Ownership can greatly affect the current tax revenue flowing in and out of the counties, currently and in the future.
        • The discrepancies also effect the accuracy of land available for sale through land swaps and further affect the tax revenue in the county.
        • Other decision making issues
    • Utah Parcel Viewer and Download Application
    • Utah Parcel Viewer and Download Application
    • Utah Parcel Viewer and Download Application
    • Utah Parcel Viewer and Download Application
    • Utah Parcel Viewer and Download Application
    • Custom County Parcel Viewer Application <!-- CUSTOM PARCEL VIEWER, specify county id and size --> <div id='agrcParcelViewer' dojoType='agrc.widgets.viewer.ParcelViewer' county_num= '13' style='width: 800px; height: 500px;'></div> <!-- SCRIPT TAG TO LOAD CUSTOM DIJIT --> <script type='text/javascript' src=' http://dagrc.utah.gov/widgets/dojo/agrc/widgets/viewer/ParcelViewerLoader.js '></script>
    • Custom County Parcel Viewer Application
    • Custom County Parcel Viewer Application
    • Custom County Parcel Viewer Application
    • Custom County Parcel Viewer Application
    • Address Points Derived From Parcels
      • Recently there has been a large push to create a statewide database of address points
        • Collecting GPS points or digitizing points would be very time consuming and painful if not impossible
      • Luckily there are many existing data resources from which to get started:
        • Tables of know addresses
        • Street center lines with address ranges
        • Parcels that carry addresses
    • Address Points Derived From Parcels
      • Converting parcels to address points presents several hurdles:
        • Many parcels can share the same address
        • A parcel can contain several addresses
        • Some parcels do not have an address and never will
        • The centroid is easy to get for a parcel but ideally the address point is the primary building OR at a frontage point near the address's primary access point to the road network
    • Address Points Derived From Parcels
      • Bert Granberg from the AGRC has developed some VBA code that attempts to convert a set of merged ‘Address Polygon’ derived from the parcels into address points. The code:
          • Takes the existing parcel polygons from the SGID
          • Merges together adjacent polygons with the same address
          • Generates address points
          • Positions address points close to the street with the same address and street name
    • Address Points Derived From Parcels Raw parcels
    • Address Points Derived From Parcels Address Polygons (shown in red, gray lines indicate parcel boundaries that were removed)
    • Address Points Derived From Parcels Address Points (frontage style)
    • Questions ? Rick Kelson AGRC [email_address]