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Sample of Address Points & Grid Areas

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Address Data

Data Type: Map data
Steward(s): AGRC, Local Government Partners
Web Application: Address Point Web Application

Abstract:
This dataset contains GIS mapping data representing address point locations (near complete) and the address grid system quadrant boundaries (NE, SE, SW, NW) in Utah.

Data Content:
The following data is available for download:

Address Points

ChangemeLocation.AddressPoints is a statewide dataset that contains address point data from all 29 Utah Counties. This dataset is a work in progress and some counties are more complete than others. One person in each county has been identified as the Master Address List (MAL) Authority to eliminate duplication of address point data and clarify the main person of contact. AGRC is working with each MAL Authority to continually improve this data and work toward monthly updates.

Data schema (best viewed in Firefox): Utah Address Point Schema Definitions
Questions can be directed to Sean Fernandez at 801 209-9359.

For county specific questions, see the contact list for the Master Address Authority at each county.

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Updates

Address Points were made public by AGRC on June 27, 2013. The dataset is planned to be updated monthly.

Updated: Box Elder, Carbon, Cache, Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, Wasatch, Washington, Weber Counties, March 2017
Updated: Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, and Utah County, Febuary 2017
Updated: Salt Lake, Davis, and Utah County, December 2016
Updated: Beaver, Millard, Salt Lake, and Utah County, October 2016
Updated: Wasatch, Summit County, September 2016
Updated: Box Elder, Cache, Salt Lake, and Utah County, August 2016
Updated: Piute, Sevier, Wayne Counties, June 2016
Updated: Kane, Salt Lake, Utah, and Weber Counties, May 2016
Updated: Garfield and Wasatch Counties, April 2016
Updated: Salt Lake County, Washington County, January 5, 2016
Updated: Park City, November 17, 2015
Updated: Thompson Springs (Grand County), November 11, 2015
Updated: Juab County, November 11, 2015
Updated: Sevier, Piute, Garfield County, September 15, 2015
Updated: Sanpete County, September 10, 2015
Updated: Emery and Morgan Counties, March 2015

Address System Quadrants

Address System QuadrantsLocation.AddressSystemQuadrants represents the local and countywide address system quadrants (NE, SE, SW, NW) throughout Utah. Addresses are assigned by local government addressing authorities using a defined addressing system, or grid. An addressing system consists of an origin point (0,0), a north-south axis, and an east-west axis, and a boundary within which addresses are assigned using this particular grid. This convention governs the assignment of addresses and is typically expressed as 100 address ranges per block or 800 address ranges per mile.

For additional information regarding Address System Quadrants dataset, view the Utah Local Address Systems document

Questions can be directed to: someone at AGRC

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Updates
Updates to this dataset are published periodically.

Update Summaries:

November 2015: Improvements were made to the Hyrum and Logan address system boundaries
October 2015: Updated the American Fork address system boundary to reflect recent annexations
August 2015: Improvements were made to the Brigham City, Fishlake, Fremont, Garland, Loa, Lyman, Mantua, Tremonton, and Willard address system boundaries; updated the Lehi and Santa Clara address system boundaries to reflect recent annexations
July 2015: Improvements were made to the Price and Wellington address system boundaries; updated the Lehi and Provo address system boundaries to reflect recent annexations
June 2015: Improvements were made to the Layton and HAFB address system boundaries; updated the Provo and Spanish Fork address system boundaries to match recent annexations
May 2015: Updated address system boundaries to reflect annexations in Lehi, Lewiston, and Snowville
February 2015: Improvements were made to the Orderville address system boundary to match the municipal boundary
January 2015: Updated address system boundaries to match annexations in American Fork, Farmington, Elk Ridge, Grantsville, Lehi, Mendon, Mount Pleasant, Payson, Provo, Spanish Fork, and Washington
December 2014: Improvements to the Elmo/Cleveland boundary
July 2014: Improvements the Wellington/Price boundary
June 2014: Improvements were made to the NSL (North Salt Lake) and Bountiful address system boundaries
May 2014: Changed address system name East Carbon-Sunnyside to East Carbon City
April 2014: Updated address system boundaries to match recent annexations in northern Utah County; misc improvements in Davis County; adjusted Laketown/Garden City boundary
February 2014: Merged East Carbon and Sunnyside to create the East Carbon-Sunnyside address system
January 2014: Improvements were made to the Iron County address system quadrant boundaries and topological errors were corrected statewide
August, 2013: Improvements were made to Garfield County and Washington County address system quadrant boundaries