Basic Map Viewer Functionality
Click on the Zoom In tool on the toolbar and then drag a rectangle of area where you want to zoom.
Clicking on the Zoom Out Button zooms the map out one zoom level.
Click on the Pan tool on the toolbar and then click on the map to move in the direction you want to go. You move the mouse in the opposite way from the direction that you want to go, so if you want to move the map east you click on the right part of the map and drag you mouse left, moving the map right.
Clicking on the Zoom Full Button zooms the map out extent of the county.
Clicking on the Clear Button, clears all the map graphics on the map and removes any search results that you may have had in the Report or Results window.
Clicking on the
button next to the zoom control will collaspe the side panel giving more room to the map.
Click on the Identify Tool on the toolbar and then click on the location on the map where you want to find GIS data. The Identify results appear on the left panel, in the Report window.
On this site you can only identify parcel information. The parcel information has been processed and the original fields from the individual counties have been normalized into a single GIS Layer with only a few key fields. You have links to the County's main GIS website if you want to see further details about the parcel. You can print a map by using the "Print Map Report" button or find the adjacent parcels by using the "Adjoining Parcels" button.
Keyboard and Mouse Controls
- Drag to pan
- SHIFT + Click to recenter
- SHIFT + Drag to zoom in
- SHIFT + CTRL + Drag to zoom out
- Mouse Scroll Forward to zoom in
- Mouse Scroll Backward to zoom out
- Use Arrow keys to pan
- SHIFT + Double Click to Center and Zoom in
- Click to Identify Features
- + key to zoom in a level
- - key to zoom out a level
Type in the address in the textbox. A suggestion list will appear in the drop down with valid addresses. Select the address you want and the map will zoom to the location and identify the underlying parcel. The selected parcel reflects the parcel information of the underlying parcel and may not have the same property address as the address that is being search.