Surveyor

The Surveyor’s Office, which is part of the Executive’s Officeworks, is responsible for section corner monumentation and the storehouse for surveys, that have been filed. The surveyor’s office works with the Road Department in right of way concerns and roadway alignment issues.

Section Corner Map Symbology Explained

 

Section corners that are in need of perpetuation or verification are pink. These are corners that usually have a history of data or is new information that needs verification. When a new tie sheet is created, by the County Surveyor, it's considered a perpetuated or verified corner. Section corner color will change from pink to green.

 

Perpetuated or verified corners are corners that have historical previous tie sheet data. Perpetuated or verified corners are corners set or verifed by the County Surveyor and a tie sheet is created by the County. These corners are green.

 

Missing corners are corners that need to be found or set by a surveyor. These corners have some indication of existance on the ground and can be found on records of survey. No tie sheet data exists for these corners. When corner data or a tie sheet is recieved the corner is considered unverifed and will change from blue to pink. Once the County Surveyor can verify the corner the corner color changes from pink to green.

 

Calculated section corners are corners found on records of survey and are symbolized yellow. When one of these corners is set by a surveyor and a tie sheet is created, it will be considered an unverified corner. Once the County Surveyor can verify the corner and create a County tie sheet, the corner color changes from yellow to green.

 

 

Center of section corners are corners found on records of survey and are symbolized orange. When one of these corners is set by a surveyor and a tie sheet is created, it will be considered an unverified corner. Once the County Surveyor can verify the corner and create a County tie sheet, the corner color changes from orange to green.

 

If you have a section corner you would like the County to review please fill out and submit the form below.

Section Corner Review Form

 

Map Description

The web map below contains information about record of surveys, section corners, city monuments, subdivisions, historical lots/blocks, and parcels. The data contained in this map is updated on a monthly basis. Questions about the map functionality or map data please contact the GIS staff

   

                                                          Click on Map to Enter Viewer

An image of the survey viewer

 

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State PLSS Information

Utah's PLSS corner management