Do you need to know where you are in the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) network?
The SCO has recently published two documents detailing the implementation of a PLSS corner numbering system for the state.
The Public Land Survey System Work Group was recently acknowledged by UW-Madison for outstanding community-engaged collaboration in embodiment of the Wisconsin Idea.
A new publication offers a proposal for implementing the Romportl System to number corners in the statewide Public Land Survey System (PLSS) database.
Presentation slides and a final report are now available for the 2019 Public Land Survey System Forum held in Darlington on April 18, 2019.
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Don’t miss the April 12th deadline to register for the free PLSS Forum scheduled for Thursday, April 18th in Darlington, WI.
Overview of a project to integrate PLSS (Public Land Survey System) data into the statewide parcel database.
The PLSS Workgroup was formed by individuals and organizations in Wisconsin to advocate and advance the purpose and importance of the Public Land Survey System. Our goal is to educate and encourage State, County and Municipal agencies in improving, advancing and maintaining the Public Land Survey System statewide.
Details on how you can submit a geodetic control or Public Land Survey System dataset to the State Cartographer’s Office.,