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I would like to transfer my property. Do I need to have my property surveyed first?
This depends on many factors, such as the quality of the current deed description, or whether you are transferring all or just a portion of your property. The county has Land Transfer Procedures, or Conveyance Standards, that you should review. You can all call or visit the Tax Map Office to have your questions answered. Land Transfer Procedures

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1. Where do I get a map of my property?
2. Are there any historical property maps available?
3. Where do I find information on road closings?
4. I would like to transfer my property. Do I need to have my property surveyed first?
5. Do I need a permit to connect a new or widen an existing driveway to a public road?
6. How do I get a road opened, relocated, widened, or vacated?
7. What constitutes a subdivision?
8. Why is my road the last to be snow plowed?
9. Why hasn’t my road been paved?
10. How close can I build a fence to the road?
11. How do I get a house number?
12. Do I need approval for a septic tank before I can subdivide a property or purchase a newly created lot(s)?
13. Where do I call for property development information?