Final report of the LinkWISCONSIN Address Point and Parcel Mapping Project. This project was funded by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin with an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant awarded by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. The report describes the processes used to integrate address point and parcel data from Wisconsin’s counties and municipalities to create statewide layers.
Interim report of the V1 Statewide Parcel Map Database Project (V1 Project). The V1 Project is a collaboration between the State Cartographer’s Office, the Wisconsin Land Information Program (WLIP), and local governments. This report describes the V1 Project, part of the Statewide Parcel Map Initiative established by Act 20 of 2013.
Address points are a valuable dataset for use in a variety of assessment, analysis and visualization tasks. These points are most often maintained at the county jurisdictional level. It should be noted that the general term “Address Points” can represent a variety of spatial locations.
The final report of the LinkWISCONSIN Address Point and Parcel Mapping Project is now available on the SCO website.
The LinkWISCONSIN EBM Parcel Mapping Project team recently delivered its final database to the Public Service Commission.
Spaces are moving fast, register now to ensure a seat for February 12th!
Participate in the (free) Building an Address Repository workshop at the 2014 Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference!
The Wisconsin Land Information Association needs more registrations for a Python class happening in conjunction with their 2014 Annual Conference.
Read how the framework of the LinkWISCONSIN EBM Parcel Mapping project is taking form.
Check out the new Web site to learn more about the joint WLIP-SCO project.