- Category: Location
- Data Type: GIS Data Layer
- Steward(s): UGRC, Local Government Partners
- Web Application: View
- 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.
This dataset contains geographic information system (GIS) mapping data representing address point locations for all twenty-nine Utah counties. This data layer ensures that all state entities are using the same verified, accurate county and municipality address information.
An address point represents a geographic location that has been assigned a US Postal Service (USPS) address by the local address authority (i.e., county or municipality) but does not necessarily receive mail. Address points may include several pieces of information about the structure or location that's being mapped, such as:
- the full address (i.e., the USPS mailing address, if the address is for a physical location [rather than a PO box]);
- the landmark name;
- whether the location is a building;
- the type of unit;
- the city and ZIP code;
- unique code identifiers of the specific geographic location, including the Federal Information Processing Standard Publication (FIPS) county code and the US National Grid (USNG) spatial address;
- the address source; and
- the date that the address point was loaded into the map layer.
This dataset is mapping grade; it is a framework layer that receives regular updates. As with all our datasets, the Utah Geospatial Resource Center (UGRC) works to ensure the quality and accuracy of our data to the best of our abilities.
Maintaining the dataset is now an ongoing effort between UGRC, counties, and municipalities. Specifically, UGRC works with each county or municipality's Master Address List (MAL) authority to continually improve the address point data. Counties have been placed on an update schedule depending on the rate of new development and change within them. Populous counties, such as Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, and Washington, are more complete and are updated monthly, while rural or less populous counties may be updated quarterly or every six months.
The information in the Address Points dataset was originally compiled by Utah counties and municipalities and was aggregated by UGRC for the MAL grant initiative in 2012. The purpose of this initiative was to make sure that all state entities were using the same verified, accurate county and municipal address information.
Since 2012, more data has been added to the Address Points GIS data and is used for geocoding, 911 response, and analysis and planning purposes. The Address Point data is also used as reference data for the api.mapserv.utah.gov geocoding endpoint, and you can find the address points in many web mapping applications.
Address Points in Action
Address Points as a Service
Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to Zach Beck from UGRC at email@example.com or 801-538-3072. For county specific questions, see the contact list for the Master Address Authority at each county.
Downloads and Web Services
- November 2023 - Davis, Kane, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties
- October 2023 - Box Elder, Carbon, Davis, Salt Lake, Sevier, Utah, Washington and Weber Counties
- September 2023 - Davis, Iron, Salt Lake, Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties
- August 2023 - Davis, Garfield, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties
- July 2023 - Box Elder, Davis, Grand, Salt Lake, San Juan, Summit, Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties
- June 2023 - Beaver, Emery, Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties
- May 2023 - Cache, Davis, Morgan, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Wasatch, Washington, and Weber Counties
- April 2023 - Davis, Morgan, Piute, Salt Lake, Sevier, Summit, Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties
- March 2023 - Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Iron, Salt Lake, Utah, Washington, Weber Counties
- February 2023 - Carbon, Davis, Garfield, Grand, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Washington, Weber Counties
- January 2023 - Box Elder, Davis, Iron, Salt Lake, Utah, Wasatch, Washington, Weber Counties
- December 2022 - Davis, Morgan, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Washington, Weber Counties
- November 2022 - Davis, Salt Lake, San Juan, Utah, Washington, Weber Counties
- Address Points were made public by AGRC on June 27, 2013
Address System Quadrants
Location.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. Updates to this dataset are published periodically.
For additional information regarding Address System Quadrants dataset, read the Utah Local Address Systems document
Downloads and Web Services
- April 2023 - Added the Mammoth address system in Juab county. Additional minor edits to account for annexations in Utah (Springville, Lehi) and Box Elder (Willard, Garland) counties.
- December 2022 - Added several address grids in Beaver county (Elk Meadows, Ponderosa, Greenville, Adamsville, Sulphurdale). Made major updates to grids in Utah, Cache, Tooele, and Box Elder Counties. Renamed 'NSL' to 'North Salt Lake' and 'East Carbon City' to 'East Carbon'. Minor adjustment to quadrants in Bluff.
- August 2022 - Added the Rocky Ridge address system in northern Juab county
- September 2021 - Updates near Elsinore/Central Valley/Monroe corners due to recent Elsinore annexation and inputs from Sevier County
- 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