To see if your property has a recorded survey - use the Interactive Map Application.
The County Surveyor's Office does not perform boundary surveying of your property. That service is provided by licensed land surveyors in private practice. A list of local private land surveyors is available under Supporting Documents on this page.
The County Surveyor's Office serves the public by:
- Maintaining a research library of property surveys, subdivisions, and partitions. You can view recorded surveys online by using the Interactive Map Application.
- Restoring government survey monuments, which are the foundation for the location of property descriptions.
- Surveying of County owned properties and County roads
- Managing tax foreclosed parcels and other County properties.
- How do I get copies of surveys of my property?
You can find surveys affecting your property by using our Interactive Map Application. It includes a HELP feature that describes all of the functions.
- Who will survey my property?
Professional Land Surveyors in private practice can perform a survey for you. The County Surveyor's Office doesn't survey private property. We operate a research library where surveys are recorded.
- What does it cost to survey my property?
The cost of a survey is negotiated between you and the Professional Land Surveyor performing the work. The County Surveyor's Office can't comment on a private business transaction.
- I want to divide my property. What is the first step?
Contact the appropriate city or county planning department. They are the first of several steps in the process of legally dividing property.