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No, only a true survey performed by a licensed surveyor can determine the actual property boundary as defined by the legal description assigned to the property. The County does not perform surveys nor can they recommend a specific service/surveyor. NOTE: all information pertaining to property boundaries presented on a map are for tax purposes only and do not constitute a property survey. All parcel boundaries presented on a map are not to survey accuracy.
No, State law requires the Assessor’s Office to contact property owners via the USPS.