I need to get a building permit, and they told me I needed a plat of my property. Do you have one?

The building permits section needs to see a scaled drawing of your property lines and any existing structures to ensure that your new construction will fall inside the building setback regulations. The best document for this application is a property survey, done by a licensed surveyor, as it is the most accurate. If you don't have one of those, we can produce a drawing for you showing the property lines and the man-made features, but it is not nearly as accurate as a real survey, and therefore may not be suitable for all applications. We will produce and print this drawing for you in our office during normal business hours.

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1. How can I find out if my house is in a flood zone?
2. What do the FEMA Flood Zone Designations, like AE and X500, mean?
3. I need to get a building permit, and they told me I needed a plat of my property. Do you have one?
4. Can I get printed maps? Is there a charge?
5. I need a map that shows all of the streets in the County - do you have one?
6. I am looking for old aerial photos of the County - who has them?
7. How often is the Property Information System (online mapping) updated?
8. I am looking for old maps of the County - do you have any?
9. I need a map for teaching / learning land navigation - will you make one?
10. How can I access recorded subdivision plats on the Property Information System?
11. I think my house is above the flood plain and should not require flood insurance, what can I do?
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