ENPLAN in Local News

ENPLAN Featured in Local News   The Redding Record Searchlight recently ran an article which featured ENPLAN's work on the Carr Fire. You can see the article here: R-S mailbag: What got planted in Redding after the Carr Fire? Who cut the oak trees along I-5? ©...

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MapPort moving to Angular Framework!

MapPort moving to Angular Framework!   We are pleased to announce that the ENPLAN MapPort web map platform is transitioning to the new open-source web application framework called Angular created by Google. What this means for all our web maps going forward:...

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Powerful USGS basemaps incorporated

Powerful USGS basemaps incorporated The United States Geologic Survey (USGS) has created rich geographic information for nearly a century and a half. Now the ENPLAN Parcel Viewer (PV) incorporates two of the most valuable USGS basemaps – USGS 7.5’ Quad and US Topo....

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OUTREACH prepared for launch

ENPLAN will introduce an additional Parcel Viewer functionality available as an ad-on for users needing to select map features within a set distance of an object feature. Example: municipalities commonly notify property owners within a certain distance surrounding...

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Ag parcel line accuracy and easements

Ag parcel line accuracy and easements PV CLIENT: We are researching the property lines on our agricultural land because of an easement issue. I know we should have our property professionally surveyed but I am wondering how accurate are the maps I bring up on Parcel...

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Searching and using the results dropdown

Searching and using the results dropdown Search, property data, parcels, owner, situs address, APN. In Parcel Viewer county maps you are given full range to search for every single parcel by three key fields: Owner Name - Name of legal owner as it appears in the...

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Public Land Survey System (PLSS) grid layer added

Public Land Survey System (PLSS) grid layer added Now easily determine township, range and section for any location in your map using our new Public Land Survey System(PLSS) reference layer. Many subscribers have asked, so here it is! Be sure you are at Zoom Level 13...

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What are base maps and how do I use them?

What are base maps and how do I use them? Have you ever considered, while using an online map, that the dominant features are not the labels, or the points, or the lines, or the polygons? The first element that you see, and the most visually dominating element, is...

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