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ATTENTION: RECORDED images for Plat Maps recorded after December 13, 1999 and Condominium Maps, Minor Maps, Maintenance Maps and Right-of-Way Maps recorded beginning October 9, 2014, can be found through PUBLIC RECORDS Online.

Recorded Plat, Condominium & Minor Subdivision Indexes & Images

Recorded Plat Image Search
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Search by Name
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Plat images recorded 1884 through October 31, 2014. Plats recorded after December 13, 1999 can also be found through PUBLIC RECORDS Online.  Plats can be found using name or Book and Page search criteria.
Condominium Image Search
Condominium Books are numbered 1 through 11.
Condominium Book
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Condominium Images prior to 10/9/2014 can be found using Condominium Name or Book search criteria.
Minor Subdivision Image Search
Minor Subdivision Books are numbered 1 through 3 and 22.
Minor Subdivision Book
Search by Name or STR (Section-Township-Range) format like 26-9-19
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Minor Subdivision Images prior to 10/9/2014 can be found using Subdivision Name or Book search criteria.
Recorded Plat, Condominium & Minor Subdivision Combined Search
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Combined Search Names Only

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