Search

Choose the layer to search from by clicking the All Fields button. The default search includes all fields or map layers.

Click on "Search Here" and type one or more words to use as search criteria.

Common words or terms used for search criteria include a property owner name, a road name, a parcel number or a street address.

Map features that match your search criteria will be returned as a list. Choose the best result.

The map will refresh with the selected features highlighted and descriptive information will be displayed.
Optionally, a CSV file of selected features can be downloaded or mailing labels of selected features with addresses can be produced.

Search By Owner Name

Click the field dropdown and choose Tax Parcel - Owner Name. Type the owner name into the search box. The auto fill will start to make suggestions. Click on the owner name of interest.

The map will refresh with selected features highlighted and descriptive information displayed. If more than one tax parcel is found, multiple results will be shown.

Click the Zoom to button to zoom to the tax parcel of interest and click the plus icon to view the descriptive information.

Search By Street Address

Click the field dropdown and choose Site Address. Type the street address into the search box. The auto fill will start to make suggestions. Click on the street address of interest.

The map will refresh with the selected features highlighted and descriptive information displayed. If more than one street address is found, multiple results will be shown.

Click the Zoom to button to zoom to the street address of interest and click the plus icon to view the descriptive information.

Select Features By Drawing A Point, Line, Or Shape (Polygon) On The Map. Alternatively, Select Features In The Current Map Window Or Select All Features In The Selectable Layer.

Zoom-in to the area of interest in the map view.

Choose the Selectable Layer.

  • Select by Point.
    1. Click the Point button.
    2. Left click once in the map view to select a feature.
  • Select by Line - to select multiple features in the selectable layer that are intersected by a line.
    1. Click the Line button.
    2. Left click once in the map view to start a line.
    3. Left click again to change the line direction.
    4. Double click to finish the sketch.
    5. Features intersected by the line are shown. Click the Zoom to button to zoom to the feature of interest and click the plus icon to display descriptive information.
  • Select by Shape - to select multiple features in the selectable layer that are intersected by a polygon (shape).
    1. Click the Shape button.
    2. Left click once in the map view to start the shape.
    3. Left click to add corners to the shape.
    4. Double click to finish sketch.
    5. Features intersected by the shape are shown. Click the Zoom to button to zoom to the feature of interest and click the plus icon to display descriptive information.
  • Current View selects features of the selectable layer currently displayed in the map view.
  • All selects all features in the selectable layer.

Add a buffer with distance

By checking the "Add a buffer with distance" box, the user can select features that are within the distance specified.

In this instance, all features within 200ft of the location that is clicked on the map will be selected. Now click at the appropriate location on the map.

The selected features will be presented in the Details tab.

Select nearby features within a distance.

A feature must be selected to use this feature. After a feature is selected the button will become active.

In this instance, all features within 200ft of the location that is clicked on the map will be selected. Now click at the appropriate location on the map.

The selected features will be presented in the Details tab.

The map will refresh with the selected features highlighted and partial descriptive information will be displayed.
The Zoom to button will zoom to a single feature. Complete descriptive information for a single feature can be displayed by clicking the plus icon.
Optionally, a CSV file of selected features can be downloaded or mailing labels of selected features with addresses can be produced.

Select Features Using A Query Builder.

Choose the layer to search from by clicking the Selectable Layer button. Parcels is the default.

Define the selection criteria by clicking the "Search Field" drop down and specifying the field of interest. Owner Name is the default search field for the Parcels layer.

Click the Contains drop down menu to specify the desired query operator.

Type a value in the search box and click the Add button.

Repeat the above procedure until all search criteria have been entered into the query builder and then click the Search button.

Notice that in addition to creating a new selection, a query can be used to add records to or remove records from the current set of selected records by clicking the radio button next to "Add to" or "Remove from".

The map will refresh with the selected features highlighted and descriptive information will be displayed. Click the plus icon next to a given record to display descriptive information.
Optionally, a CSV file of selected features can be downloaded or mailing labels of selected features with addresses can be produced.

Search By Parcel Owner, Area and Council District

Set selectable layer to Parcels and the field to Owner Name. Set the operator to Contains. Type in a value of "Smith" and click Add. Refine the search by setting the Field to Estimated Acres and specifying a Value and Operator of "43560" and "Greater Than" respectively. Finally, refine the search further to only include Parcels, within Council District 1 by selecting the field "Council Ward", select the Equals operator, and a value of "1". Click the search button to run the query.

The map will refresh with the selected features highlighted.

Click the Zoom to button to zoom to the property of interest and click the plus icon to view the descriptive information.

Click "Clear" To Unselect Or Clear Currently Selected Features.

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