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Boone County has worked hard to provide its citizens with technology to aid in the research of property records and geographic data. This is called a GIS (Geographical Information System).

Boone County Disclaimer

This Boone County Geographical Information System product contains information from publicly available sources that are subject to constant change. Boone County makes no warranties or guarantees, either expressed or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy, or correctness of this product, nor accepts any liability arising from any incorrect, incomplete or misleading information contained therein.

The information presented in this product does not replace or modify land surveys, deed, and/or other legal instruments defining land ownership and use. All drawing components (lines, curves, points, etc.) are created as a representation and should not be construed as actual.  YOU SHOULD ALWAYS USE THE ORIGINAL RECORDED DOCUMENTS TO ANSWER LEGAL AND SURVEY QUESTIONS

Please be aware of the following:

GIS data is dynamic and is in a constant state of maintenance, correction and update. The GIS Department makes every attempt to keep the data as current and accurate as possible, but this data cannot be considered an authoritative source of information. 
It is possible that there are some errors in the system. If you find one, please e-mail the GIS Coordinator and include the following information - 

o PIN (Parcel Identification Number - 15 digit number starting with 08) 
o Description of the error (i.e. My parcel is not shown as the correct size on the GIS maps) 
o Your proposed idea for correction (i.e. My parcel is 120-feet wide not 60-feet wide) 

The data presented are aggregated from a wide variety of sources. We have attempted to integrate these various data sources as well as possible. Each agency providing data may have their own internal standards for accuracy and timeliness, thus the GIS department cannot guarantee the degree to which the various data sources agree with each other.

 

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