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Plot Plans in Allegheny County, PA

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Susan Herm

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I am looking for an alternative source for plot plans in Allegheny County, PA. Currently our office uses Win2Data, but it will VERY expensive to provide all of our users with access to the data. :evil: Does anyone know of another source for the plot plans??
Thanks in advance!
 

Frank Bertrand

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Hmmm. I must be dumb today. what are plot plans?
 

Susan Herm

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The Property Identification Map for the Block & Lot.
 

Bill_FL

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Susan,

Do they not have a GIS site?
 

Susan Herm

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Nope. Unless I can't find it. :oops:
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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Susan, check with your assessor's office. Ours has all the plat maps on cd and sells them to appraisers for about 1/4 of what the commercial services want for the same data. It sure beats handling those old paper maps. Now I can import them right into the report. It even has a system to flag the subject property.
 

Richard Carlsen

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I think Susan is referring to Plats, the registered division of land.

Plots are what they bury people in down at the cemetery.

I hear people make this mistake all of the time.
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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Sorta like on this forum the use of the words "advice" and "advise"...right?
 

David S. Roberson

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And "track" instead of "tract".
 

Susan Herm

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Mike,
Thanks for the suggestion. Sadly after playing telephone tag with the county about the best I could come up with was microfiche. Yipes!
 
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