Can I use a GIS map?
GIS (Geographic Information System) maps, are computerized maps which are built up in layers. The property lines are from the Assessors' maps (which are for assessing purposes only), and additional details such as roof lines, water features, and driveways come from a variety of sources. GIS maps are accepted by some departments and not by others. The office requesting the plan determines their acceptability.

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1. If I give you my address, can you tell me what flood zone my house lies within?
2. Can I obtain a plot plan for my property from your office?
3. Where can I get a plot plan?
4. What about subdivision plans?
5. Can I use a GIS map?
6. Where can I get Septic System Plans?
7. I live on a private road, will the Town plow for snow removal?
8. Who should I call if my road has not been plowed?
9. Who should I call if a street light has burned out?
10. Who should I call if a catch basin or storm drain is not functioning properly?