Why is the "deeded acres" area on some parcels blank?

The "Deeded Acres" section is maintained by the Tax Assessor's Office. Sometimes the tax assessors value parcels as a lot instead of using the “deeded acreage”. In order for you to find the deeded acreage of a parcel, we would recommend viewing the recorded plat. Plats can viewed online (link to Register of Deeds site on the One Map site), or directly contact the

Register of Deeds Office.

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1. How do I obtain digital files of GIS data layers?
2. How do I get a printed map?
3. What improvements / alterations can I make to my property?
4. How do I find ownership information?
5. Where can I find a plat of my property?
6. Is my property in a flood zone?
7. My property looks different than what is presented when using the One Map website. Why is that?
8. My property is not drawn correctly (e.g., the boundary is drawn on top of my house). What should I do?
9. How do I view/download historic aerial imagery?
10. How do I obtain elevation data?
11. How do I report an error with an online mapping application?
12. Why is the "deeded acres" area on some parcels blank?
13. In One Map, how do I review CAMA Data (e.g., square footage, year built, etc.) for a property?
14. How can I get more specific parcel/property information?
15. How can I download LiDAR data?