University of Wisconsin–Madison
Our new Survey Control Finder applications replaces our former ControlFinder and PLSSFinder web apps.

SCO Services During COVID-19 Pandemic

The State Cartographer’s Office is continuing operations, but staff are working from remote locations as directed by UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank.  During this time our responsiveness to phone calls and email may be slightly delayed.  Thanks for your patience!

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Wisconsin Facts and Figures

SAGIC Selects GeoData@Wisconsin for Cross-Agency Data Access

The State Agency Geospatial Information Committee (SAGIC) is now partnering with the University of Wisconsin-Madison to provide enhanced access to geospatial data produced by Wisconsin state agencies.  Using GeoData@Wisconsin, data consumers may now search state for …

The Foot is Dead! Long Live the Foot!

The National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Geodetic Survey have announced their final decision to deprecate use of the U.S. survey foot.

The pandemic is hitting popular geospatial conferences hard, but learning and networking opportunities are still out there

While many events have been outright cancelled, "virtual" conferences like the upcoming WLIA Fall Regional are still keeping us in touch.

SCO Annual Report for 2019-20 now available

We have published our 2019-20 Annual Report.

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WI Parcel Data

WHAIFinder
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Pronounce Wisconsin
Aerial Photography Catalog
Statewide Parcel Map Viewer
Coastal Bordner Survey Explorer
Wisconsin Bearing Trees
GeoData @Wisconsin
Public Land Survey System (PLSS) Locator

SCO in the Community

This Land is Your Land

The SCO hosted a one-day forum entitled "This Land is Your Land" in Darlington, WI, on April 18, 2019. Participants learned about the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) and had a hands-on opportunity to learn about different types of survey equipment.

2019 UW-Madison Geospatial Summit is a Wrap

On November 4, 2019, the SCO, Geography's GIS Professional Programs and the Nelson Institute's Environmental Observation and Informatics Program jointly sponsored a day-long Geospatial Summit.