Professional Surveying and Mapping Services
A survey made to establish or re-establish record title (deed) lines and/or corners on the ground or to obtain data for preparing a map or plat showing these lines and corners.
ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey
A survey of real property, including the plat of survey, performed to standards defined by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (a member organization of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping).
This is acceptable to a title insurance company for the purposes of insuring a title to said real property, free and clear of survey questions, except for those questions disclosed by the survey and indicated on the plat.
A survey of an area, for its major purpose, requires the determination of the configuration of the surface of the ground and the location of natural and artificial objects. The resulting plans are used for designing development features such as residential sites, roads, subdivisions, industrial development, etc.
A survey for adjusting the property line or lines between two existing parcels, which is required to be presented to the local planning jurisdiction for approval.
A survey made while construction is in the process to provide ground points for the control of elevation, horizontal position, dimensions, and to determine the adequacy of completion.
A survey made of a parcel in a recorded subdivision to establish or re-establish record title (deed) lines and/or corners on the ground or to obtain data for preparing a map or plat showing these lines, corners, and improvements on the parcel.
A survey for splitting a parcel or multiple parcels, which is required to be presented to the local planning jurisdiction for approval.
A type of land survey in which the legal boundaries of an area are located, dividing the area into parcels or lots, street rights-of-way, and other accessories. All necessary corners or dividing lines are marked or monumented.
The Elevation Certificate is an important administrative tool of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This is to provide elevation information necessary to ensure compliance with community floodplain management ordinances. Additionally, it determines the proper insurance premium rate and supports a request for a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) or Letter of Map Revision based on fill (LOMR-F). See the FAQs page for more details.
A survey of adjoining parcels when the location of the boundary line(s) cannot be determined due to poor or invalid deed construction, lack of corner evidence or other problems associated with the retracement of the original boundary location.
This type of survey requires the adjoining parcel owners to sign a Boundary Line Agreement and to file quitclaim deed(s). This survey is not to be confused with a Property Line Adjustment.