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No, the County Surveyor does not do private surveys.
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You can have your property surveyed to determine where your corners are supposed to be.
Private land surveyor's can be found on the internet via the "yellow pages".
Prior to 1990, the only surveys that were located in the County Surveyor's office were those that were given to us voluntarily.
Since 1990, it is a state requirement that all surveys be recorded in the County Recorder’s office.
The cost to survey your property will depend on the private land surveyor that you contact.
No, we can only direct you to contact one of the state licensed land surveyor's that can be
found on the internet via the "yellow pages".
The office of the Surveyor does not perform any private survey work.
A plat of your property, which shows dimensions of your property, may be obtained
in the Recorder's office, located on the 3rd floor of the County-City Building.
If lot corner irons were set, you can find them with a metal detector.
If you are going to erect an improvement close to the property line,
you would be best advised to call a private land surveyor.
All County addresses are five digits (ex. 12345 Main Street).
Any two, three and four digit addresses will correspond to a City or Town.