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Google and other mapping agencies capture their own data and do not rely on the official data source -- the City. Please use the address as assigned by the City and not Google. If you are concerned that typing your physical address does not pin-point your correct location, Google accepts requests for map correction. Follow their direction by clicking here.
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You can search an address via our ADDRESS & BOUNDARY interactive map. Simply search and select the address within the SEARCH window. The map highlights the location and displays a pop-up box. ZOOM TO within the that box and click the property parcel (NOT the address). A new pop-up box appears; the UPC # is sometimes noted as CODE or PARCELNBR.
Every effort has been made to provide the most accurate information; however, due to a vast amount of address changes 10+ years ago, it is possible that there may be inaccurate or missing information. The best way to resolve this is to contact the GIS Specialist with your concern. The address will be researched and then a determination and necessary updates will be made and reflected on the map(s).
It is the duty of the owners and occupants of every house in the City to place in a visible location from the street, figures at least 2 1/2 inches high, showing the number of the house. (Municipal Code 154: Buildings, Numbering of, Section 3: Duty to Place Numbers on House) Numbers can typically be found at any local hardware store and the Planning Office has some numbers available as well.
Street signs can be requested through the Public Works Department, Street Division at 505-747-6093, or by making a request through their webpage.