[OSGeo-Discuss] parcel data in US
Codrina Maria Ilie
codrina at geo-spatial.org
Thu Oct 15 02:25:22 PDT 2015
The first place I would look for USA parcel data is data.gov. The portal
could be considered as an official gov aggregator of data. Therefore, if
a gov agency has it then there you should find it (open or just
reference to it).
Open Knowledge is conducting a worldwide open data census. This
year, they introduced land ownership info. I am copy-pasting here what
has been submitted by volunteers on US, related to the subject:
"It does not seem that federal / national government has a database...
The Bureau of Land Management has a pretty antiquated website that
does not have a great cadastre survey page. There is a company that
sells parcel-level data, and a client they note is the government. The
state of Montana has a pretty good cadastre map and Oregon
something similar but I don’t think there is a national map that has all
the aggregated cadastre maps."
I would mention that the submitted info has not yet been reviewed.
On 15/10/15 11:09, Jachym Cepicky wrote:
> (sorry for cross posted and slightly off-topic mail)
> for business purpose, I was asked to find out, where we could get some
> parcel data in USA - not necessary for free (assumed, we would like to
> start our business with the data, reasonable prise is expected).
> Could anybody point me to agency/private business company, who is
> providing such kind of data? Where would you say is the best starting point?
> Thanks for hints
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