St. Louis County PropertyView Help:
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Navigating the Map. You can move around in the map or change the scale using the following methods:
- Moving up and down the scale bar will zoom the map in or out. The scales range from 1:600 (1 inch = 50 feet)to 1:350,000
- Zoom In - allows you to look at smaller areas in greater detail by drawing a rectangle on the map.
- Zoom Out- allows you to look at larger by drawing a rectangle on the map.
- Pan/Re-Center - this navigation tool allows you to move around in the map using the mouse.
- Pan using directional arrow keys on your keyboard - You can use the directional arrow keys on your keyboard to move around in the map.
- Zoom with Mouse Wheel - If your mouse has a wheel, you can zoom in by moving the wheel forward, and zoom out by moving the wheel back.
Changing Map Display.
- The menu bar at the top of the page has check boxes for Sales Information and Aerial Photo. By default, these are both displayed. Click on the check box to turn a feature off.
- To see unincorporated zoning districts, click the Map Layers tab on the left hand column and check the box next to the layer name.
Finding Property Information.
- Search - You can search property data by using either a property attribute
such as owner name, address,or parcel ID or by graphically selecting parcels. Either way, selected
properties show up in the search results column.
- Search by Attributes (Text Search)- Type either the Address, Owner Name and Parcel ID into the Search box on the
left hand column. Data from results will appear in the results column below the search box, and the
parcels will be highlighted in red on the map. Click on a property record in the results column, and
the map will zoom to that property and highlight it in blue.
For address searches, type as much of the address as you can. Partial addresses are OK. It's best to abbreviate or omit street types. For example "41 South Central Avenue" is in the database as "41 S Central Ave" and "41 S Central" will get you a succesful result.
For owner name searches, use last name first for personal names eg, "Smith John" instead of "John Smith".
For Parcel ID (Locator) searches, type in as much of the 9 character Parcel Locator as you know. For best results, type in all 9 characters Partial entries will work unless they return too many results. The first 5 or 6 digits will generally work. You will get multiple results, and must then click through the selections results list to get the one you want.
- Graphic Search Single Property - The blue dot above the search box (Select by Point) is for one parcel at a time searches. Zoom in until you can see the parcels, click on the blue dot, then click on the parcel on the map. Data will
appear on the results column.
- Graphic Search Multiple Property-The blue box above the search box (Select by Rectangle)finds multiple parcels
(300 max.)Zoom in until you can see the parcels, click on the blue rectangle, then hold down the cursor and
drag it across the map. A grey rectangle will appear and find data for the parcels under it. Data will
appear on the results column.
- Recent Sales Data - The graphic to the left indicates a home sale took place during 2011 to 2013. If you place the mouse over the graphic on the map, a small window will display in a few seconds with the sale data and sale price.
- Use the print icon to print a map.
Aerial Photo information. The Aerial photography was flown in March 2008. The resolution is 1 foot per pixel. and is intended to be accurate at the scale of 1 inch = 200 feet (1:2400). The orthophotography was processed by the U.S. Geological Survey as part of it's Urban Areas imagery program
St. Louis County Parcel Maps information.The St. Louis County Parcel Map base is a digital represetation of property boundaries in St. Louis County. It is not a survey quality or engineering quality map product. It is not a reliable source of property measurements or in any way a substitute for the use of record plats or surveys. Data have been compiled from surveys, recorded deeds plats, planimetric maps, and other public records. While every effort has been made to preserve the integrity of the data, the accuracy varies and should not be relied upon for anything other than reference.
Property assessment data included with the parcel maps is derived from St. Louis County assessment records. However, it is not a definitive source of assessment information. Due to data compilation methods, it is possible for the data associated with the maps to become out of date and appear to conflict with assessment information found on http://revenue.stlouisco.com. In the case of any such conficts, the map data is not to be relied on.
The St. Louis County Department of Revenue assumes no legal responsibility concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability or suitability and therefore assume no liability associated with the use or mis-use of this data.