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Preston County Tax Parcel Mapping

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Presentation by Connie Ervin at 2010 WV GIS Conference

Presentation by Connie Ervin at 2010 WV GIS Conference


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  • 1. Digital Parcel Mapping Preston County July 8, 2009
  • 2. Creating a tax parcel split
    • Identify parcel to be split
      • Parent parcel is identified by query
      • Parcel is located off road center line
  • 3. Parcel Identification
    • Verify status of surrounding parcels
      • Parcels that have been entered by coordinate geometry in ArcView
      • Parcel identification includes owner name, address, legal description, deed book & page, date modified.
  • 4. AutoCAD Dataset
    • Dataset created from AutoCAD that previously housed tax maps
    • Used to determine parcels that were entered by Co-Go to AutoCAD from survey or deed
  • 5. Displacement
    • AutoCAD to ArcView
    • Radial Displacement
      • 1960 Aerial 1-24000
      • SAMB Aerial 1-4800
    • Latitude/longitude shift
      • NAD 83 1”=400’
      • NAD 27 1”=2000’
    • Shift and rotate to correct
      • Retains parcel integrity
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8. Challenges
    • Roads
      • Varying widths
      • Parcels surveyed to varying boundary widths
    • Annotations
      • 2010_11-0005.pdf
    • Labeling
      • 2009_10-0014.pdf
  • 9. Appraiser Copy for Field Work
  • 10. Useful in Research
  • 11. Practical Community Applications
    • Study area identified
  • 12. Tax Map Created
  • 13. Information Provided
    • Current tax map and parcel number
    • Current owner for tax purposes
    • Current address
    • Current legal description
    • Current deed book and page
  • 14. Neighborhood Identification
  • 15. Census Tract/Owner Identification
  • 16. Preston County Assessor Terri L. Funk Created and Presented by Connie R. Ervin, GISP 106 W. Main St. Ste. 101 Kingwood, WV  26537 304-329-1220