Parcels

Sample of Basic Parcels

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Utah Parcel Data

  • Data Type: GIS Data Layer
  • Steward(s): AGRC and Local Goverment
  • Web Application: View
  • Abstract: Parcel data contains GIS mapping data representing parcel boundaries. AGRC has parcel data for all 29 counties. Some counties are more complete than others. In addition to the polygon geometry the attributes PARCEL ID, PARCEL ADDRESS, PARCELS CITY, PARCEL ZIP CODE, OWNERSHIP TYPE, and RECORDER contact are maintained in the Basic Parcel dataset when available. Users should be aware the owner type field OWN_TYPE in the parcel polygons is a very generalized ownership type (Federal, Private, State, Tribal). It is populated with the value of the OWNER field where the parcel's centroid intersects the CADASTRE.LandOwnership polygon layer.

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Parcels

CADASTRE.Parcels_{County name} are datasets for cartography and approximate boundary identification.

In 2005, HB113 was passed requiring the AGRC Cadastral Surveyor to work with local government to create a parcel database for the State.

63F-1-506.(3) (c) coordinate with county recorders and surveyors to create a statewide parcel layer in the State Geographic Information Database (SGID) containing parcel boundary, parcel identifier, parcel address, owner type, and county recorder contact information.

The SGID contains county parcel data for each of the 29 counties in Utah and is updated as new data is provided from the data steward in each county.

Parcel polygons contain attributes unique to each parcel such as a unique parcel number (PARCEL_ID), address for the parcel (PARCEL_ADD, PARCEL_CITY, PARCEL_ZIP), a generalized land ownership designation (OWN_TYPE), and the phone number for the county recorders office (RECORDER).

This data when possible is updated twice a year with the newest data available from the counties. Some counties along the Wasatch Front are updated monthly when possible.

The native spatial reference for this dataset is UTM Zone 12N, NAD83 (0.01 meter coordinate precision). There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset. Users are encouraged to attribute content to: State of Utah, SGID.

Questions can be directed to Rick Kelson (801.538.3237) at AGRC.

Downloads
County Basic Parcels LIR Parcels
Beaver August 2017 2017
Box Elder April 2017 2017
Cache September 2017 2017
Carbon September 2017 2017
Daggett July 2017 2017
Davis September 2017 2017
Duchesne July 2015
Emery August 2017
Garfield September 2017 2017
Grand July 2015 2017
Iron October 2016 2017
Juab May 2017 2017
Kane August 2017 2017
Millard July 2016 2016
Morgan June 2017 2017
Piute March 2017
Rich March 2014
Salt Lake October 2017 2017
San Juan May 2014
Sanpete October 2015 2017
Sevier June 2011
Summit August 2016 2017
Tooele September 2017 2017
Uintah July 2015
Utah October 2017 2017
Wasatch September 2017 2017
Washington October 2017 2017
Wayne July 2010
Weber September 2017 2017
Updates
  • October 2017 - Salt Lake, Utah, Washington
  • September 2017 - Cache, Carbon, Davis, Garfield, Iron, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Weber, Wasatch, Washington
  • August 2017 - Beaver, Cache, Emery, Kane, Salt Lake, Utah, Washington, Weber
  • July 2017 - Daggett, Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Washington, Weber
  • June 2017 - Davis, Morgan, Salt Lake, Utah, Washington, Weber
  • May 2017 - Davis, Juab, Kane, Salt Lake, Utah, Wasatch, Washington, Weber
  • April 2017 - Box Elder, Davis, Kane, Salt Lake, Utah, Washington, Weber
  • March 2017 - Davis, Piute, Salt Lake, Utah, Washington, Weber
  • February 2017 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Davis County, Cache County, Morgan County, Tooele County, Weber County, Garfield County
  • January 2017 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County
  • December 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Davis County, Weber County
  • November 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Davis County, Morgan County
  • October 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Beaver County, Tooele County, Daggett County, Iron County, Wasatch County
  • September 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Weber County, Washington County, Kane County, Box Elder County, Iron County, Juab County, Summit County, Tooele County
  • August 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Cache County
  • July 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Millard County
  • June 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Daggett County, Garfield County
  • May 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Davis County, Weber County
  • April 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Wasatch County
  • March 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County, Carbon County
  • February 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County, Washington County
  • January 2016 - Utah County, Salt Lake County
Parcels

CADASTRE.Parcels_{County name}_LIR are datasets for cartography and approximate boundary identification.

The Land Information Record Parcels (LIR) contain GIS mapping data representing parcel boundaries and county tax roll attributes. AGRC has Land Information Record Parcels for some of the counties in Utah. Since each County has its own database and process for maintaining tax year assessment information, users should expect some variability in each County's LIR dataset.

In addition to the polygon geometry the attributes COUNTY_NAME, COUNTY_ID, ASSESSOR_SRC, BOUNDARY_SRC, DISCLAIMER, CURRENT_ASOF, PARCEL_ID, SERIAL_NUM, PARCEL_ADD, PARCEL_CITY, TAXEXEMPT_TYPE, TAX_DISTRICT, TOTAL_MKT_VALUE, LAND_MKT_VALUE, PARCEL_ACRES, PROP_CLASS, PRIMARY_RES, HOUSE_CNT, SUBDIV_NAME, BLDG_SQFT, BLDG_SQFT_INFO, FLOORS_CNT, FLOORS_INFO, BUILT_YR, EFFBUILT_YR, CONST_MATERIAL are maintained in the Land Information Record Parcels dataset when available.

The Land Information Records (LIR) work group organized by the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget has facilitated a voluntary sharing of tax roll parcel data from County Assessors to support public safety, economic development, transportation, planning and the provisions of public services. In May of 2016, the Land Information Records work group released its recommendations for sharing an enhanced set of tax parcel GIS data. A draft of the tax year parcel GIS data schema is available.

Tax year parcel GIS data will be updated annually with the finalized year-end tax assessment data that is completed by May 22nd each year then submitted to the Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC) for loading into SDE by July 1st each year.

The native spatial reference for this dataset is UTM Zone 12N, NAD83. There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset. Users are encouraged to attribute content to: State of Utah, SGID.

Questions can be directed to Sean Fernandez (801.209.9359) at AGRC.

Downloads

Reference the table above.

Updates

This data, when possible, is updated annually.