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 Working Group for Seamless Parcels Minimize
This Working Group, under the Statewide Mapping Advisory Committee, is working on a statewide parcel data set.  In 2007 the National Academy of Sciences advanced the idea with the publication National Land Parcel Data: A Vision for the Future. The FGDC Cadastral Subcommittee furthered that process with its State Stewardship for Parcel Data report on the role and levels of stewardship for a state organization. The issues involve seamless access and consistency of parcel data across jurisdictional boundaries.  This work will build on the Content Elements for Statewide Publication of Core Geospatial Parcel Data, which was adopted by the GICC on May 11, 2005. 


Parcels Project

A project funded by an Exchange Network grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is complete.  The “Integrated Cadastral Data Exchange” features custom tools to transform "as is" county parcel boundaries into standard, integrated datasets, and share data services in EPA’s Environmental Information Exchange Network and with users of the NC OneMap Geospatial Portal.  More info...

Through a competitive bid process, the State of North Carolina awarded a contract to Carbon Project, Inc. for application development services.  Carbon Project, Inc. partnered with Atlas Geographic Data of Wilmington, NC and Fairview Industries of Pendleton, SC to bring specific experience with cadastral data and standards to the project. 

The Project Team includes the co-chairs of the Working Group for Seamless Parcels (including members of the NC Property Mappers Association), the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians GIS Unit, the Secretary of State’s Land Records Management Program, and the NC Department of Transportation GIS Unit.  The Project Team has guidance and oversight from the Geographic Information Coordinating Council, the Statewide Mapping Advisory Committee, and the Enterprise Project Management Office. 

Project Contacts:
Tom Morgan, WGSP co-chair
Pam Carver, WGSP co-chair
Jeff Brown, Project Manager

The Working Group is co-chaired by the Secretary of State’s Land Records Management Section, Tom Morgan, and Pam Carver of Henderson County, a member of the North Carolina Property Mappers Association.

Members
Name Organization Email
Tom Morgan (co-chair) Secretary of State – Land Records Management tmorgan@sosnc.com
Pam Carver (co-chair) Henderson Co. Land Records pcarver@hendersoncountync.org
John Bridgers Secretary of State – Land Records Management jbridgers@sosnc.com
Lucy Cardwell Currituck County lcardwell@co.currituck.nc.us
David Cline US Census Bureau david.m.cline@census.gov
Amy Durden Elizabeth City adurden@cityofec.com
Rich Elkins Pitt County raelkins@pittcountync.gov
John Farley NCDOT jcfarley@ncdot.gov
Patrick Flanagan Eastern Carolina Council pflanagan@eccog.org
David Giordano CGIA david.giordano@nc.gov
Holly Hixson US Forest Service hhixson@fs.fed.us
Christian Klaus DHHS – SCHS christian.klaus@dhhs.nc.gov
Hope Morgan Floodplain Mapping Program hmorgan@ncdps.gov
Joanna Pitsikoulis US Census Bureau joanna.c.pitsikoulis@census.gov
Alex Rickard CAMPO alex.rickard@campo-nc.us
David Wyatt Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians DAVIWYAT@nc-cherokee.com
    

 Announcements Minimize
July 2015 – NC Parcel Boundaries and Standardized Fields

Standardized parcel data for all 100 counties is now available as a map service, a feature service, or as downloadable data from the the NC OneMap Geospatial Portal.

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May 2015 – Guidance for Acquisition of Oblique Aerial Imagery and Software System
A guide for local government GIS coordinators considering acquisition of oblique imagery is now available, developed by the Working Group for Orthophotography Planning. read more ...

February 2015 - 2014 Imagery Available

The 2014 orthoimagery is now available from the NC OneMap GeoSpatial Portal. Read the full article for all of the details.

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January 2015 - Understanding Raster Imagery Compression

The GIS TAC has produced a document to guide and educate users on the compression of raster imagery.

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December 2014 - Addresses Available From NC OneMap

With the recent completion of the update to the Master Address Data Set, the 2014 version is now available from the NC OneMap GeoSpatial Portal.

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