What are the tax maps used for?
Tax maps are intended to be a visual inventory of all real property within the jurisdiction, for the primary purpose of administering property tax assessment. They are a valuable tool for surveyors, title searchers, realtors, appraisers, lawyers, developers, various other business people, county government offices, other government agencies, taxpayers, etc. If you want to know who owns a property and where it is located, tax maps are often the first place to check.

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1. What are tax maps?
2. What are the tax maps used for?
3. How are tax maps made?
4. How can I obtain a tax map?
5. Where can I get a copy of my subdivision map?
6. How often are the maps updated?
7. My neighbor and I disagree about the location of our common property line. Can I use the tax map to prove that I’m right?
8. What GIS data is available?
9. What formats are GIS data available?
10. What is the datum and projection of Iredell County, NC GIS data?
11. How much does the maps and data cost?
12. How do I know if a particular road is maintained by the State of North Carolina?
13. Can I split my land?
14. I have a question not listed here. How do I contact the GIS Mapping office?