The Assessor’s Office must appraise all property in the county for tax purposes. The first step in the assessment process is to locate and identify all parcels of property. This is done through the use of assessor’s maps.
The maps show the assessor’s parcel numbers, recorded dimensions, acreage, street widths, parcel and lot boundaries, adjoining parcels and recorded map information.
Note: The Assessor’s Map can help you determine if your property has a Record of Survey Map, a Parcel Map or a Tract Map by understanding their coding. However, this map does not qualify as an officially-recorded record of a boundary.