Scarc 2013 address_qc_20130208

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  • Jack has to speak about Postal Data
  • Say how we get them corrected now
  • Scarc 2013 address_qc_20130208

    1. 1. 1. Side of road2. Near road on parcel3. Parcel or parcel centroid4. Near road on driveway oraccess5. Centroid of structure6. Front door or entry way
    2. 2. Our Point Addressing
    3. 3. Point PlacementFront door or primary entrance to the structure
    4. 4. The Old Way had some problems!
    5. 5. How we started• Geodatabases based on 18 zip codes• Also divided by Residential andCommercial
    6. 6. Data Collection Original Assignment Data Assessment Records Zoning Building Permits 911 Telephone Records Municipalities Postal
    7. 7. • 9 People started• Alan & Steve Pierce took over & did lions share• Massive data compilation
    8. 8. • Initial points - loaded into The Addresser
    9. 9. • Arcmap not enough• BCS ~ The Addresser ~ Scott Davis, of Rock HillGIS fame / former SCARC President used hislocal addressing experience Also used with our municipalities to update -
    10. 10. • Desktop – ArcMap version• Web based versions• Live editing of address points• Multiple layers available
    11. 11. Apartment OfficeBuilding RoomBasement SideDepartment SlipFloor SpaceFront SuiteHanger StopLobby TrailerLot UnitLower UpperUnit TypeArchived Maps Other DataBuilding PermitDataProperty ParcelDataCall In Telephone DataDept Initiated Subdivision DataE911 Data UnknownField Verified Walk InMunicipality WebsiteSource
    12. 12. AccessoryBuildingMobile HomeParkApartment Multiple UseBusiness PublicCommercialCenterResidentialCondo SchoolChurch TownhomeDuplex University/CollegeGovernment UtilityMobile Home CemeteryDwelling TypeExistingPreliminaryInactiveField CheckStatusPoint Classification
    13. 13. Number UnknownCommon Point Errors
    14. 14. Road Names DiscrepancyRail Fence vs RailfenceCommon Point Errors Pebble Branch vs Pebblebranch Endicott St vs Endicot St Dowd Rd vs Dowd Dr Isiah Hall vs Isaiah Hallman Appaloosa Dr vs Appalossa Trl Lloydswood Dr vs Lloydwood Drvs Lloydwoods Dr vs Lloyd Woods Dr Point vs Pointe
    15. 15. What makes a Road Name“Official”?
    16. 16.  Address is out of Street RangeCommon Point Errors
    17. 17.  Zip Codes DisagreeCommon Point Errors
    18. 18.  Odd and Even Numbers on wrong sideCommon Point Errors
    19. 19.  Developers re-subdividing lots in a subdivisionCommon Point Errors
    20. 20.  Other Data Interference …i.e. Parcels are wrong so addresses are wrongCommon Point Errors
    21. 21. Address Point CompletelyMissingMHP lot numbersApartment unitsCommercial centersCommon Point Errors
    22. 22. Common Road ErrorsCenterline is not on the road
    23. 23. Road MovedCommon Road Errors
    24. 24. How to look for what is not there?• Pattern with grid
    25. 25. • Every layer• Roads, Parcels, Hydro, Ortho, POL ready• Roads named• Parcels selected for use
    26. 26. • Get address right• Alert lead Appraiser• Database with TMS• Stay ahead of Alan• Add appropriate notes
    27. 27. • 45 % of county - 850• Same urban / rural• 2013 Pictometry coming
    28. 28. • Look for “missing”• Search for layer sets–Churches, Businesses, etc.• Sweep ~ different direction• Usual queries–9-1-1–EMS–School routing• Public

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