How can I find my property line?
Some parcels are already surveyed. Most are not. Property is bought and sold by deeds referencing a legal description. The legal description is sometimes shown on a subdivision map or a record of survey, if it has been surveyed. A new survey is provided by private land surveyors and costs from several hundred to several thousand dollars depending on the size and difficulty of the parcel.
  1. Obtain a copy of the deed
  2. Visit the County Engineer and research existing maps and surveys at the office on Northwest Drive
  3. Try and find or recover any existing corners
  4. Contact a Professional Land Surveyor for a survey

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1. Where is the Engineering Office located?
2. How do I obtain publications and copies from your office?
3. Is there a survey of my property?
4. How can I find my property line?
5. How do I obtain a parcel number?
6. How do I get access to my property?
7. What can you tell me about an easement?
8. What constitutes a legal ingress / egress of record?
9. Is there water / sewer service to my property?
10. How do I obtain an address for my property?
11. What are the rules for having a road named?
12. How do I find out the width of a county road?
13. How are county rights-of-way established?
14. Do you have any job vacancies?