Tax Map Monitoring Most common errors we see while out monitoring.
Areas we Monitor • Mapping: • Map Design and Content • Following Title 189 Series 3 and IAAO standards • Map Up–To-Date (Map Maintenance §189-3-11) • Map Submission Transfers occurring between July 1st and the following June 30 shall be reflected in the maps and submitted to the State Tax Department no later than February 1 of the subsequent calendar year.
Areas We Monitor • Digital Parcel Polygon submission • During the month of April all county assessors who maintain automated systems shall submit their digital parcel boundary files and associated metadata to the State Tax Department in accordance with prescribed submission guidelines. §189-3-15
Most Common Errors • §189-3-7.4 Map Color • All Tax Maps shall be designed so they can be interpreted when scanned or printed in Black and White • §189-3-11 Map Maintenance • Given that some counties are in the middle of conversion or fixing problem areas
Most Common Errors • § 189-3-7 Map Design • §189-3-7.5 Symbols – Should follow the Standard on Manual Cadastral Maps and Parcel Identifiers (IAAO 2004) • Computerized mapping systems shall follow a similar cartographic standards • §189-3-7.6.e.2 Acreage • Missing acreage