County Plat Maps
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The Weber County GIS Division maintains this portion of the website. The plat maps extracted are maintained by the Weber County Recorder Office. Weber County GIS can not assist in computer hardware, software or web browser oriented problems.
It is important to understand that Weber County makes NO representation regarding completeness or accuracy of the data in the databases, links, maps, datasets or data extraction procedures provided herein. Efforts are made to verify the data and keep it updated. However, with datasets and databases of this size, eliminating all errors is difficult. Thus, the user assumes total responsibility for verification. All maps, datasets, tables or print outs generated via the web page are unofficial. The user assumes total responsibility to verify everything extracted with the appropriate departments within Weber County.
The State Legislature has given the County Commission authority to direct the County Surveyor to perform surveys which the county may need that is not specifically covered in the law, [Utah Code 17-13-1 (2) (b)] As part of this section the County Commission has passed specific county ordinances which require the Surveyor's Office to perform certain functions, one of which is that of subdivision checking.
When a subdivision is submitted to the County Planning Department for approval it must be checked by this office for survey data correctness and to insure that the data thereon conforms to subdivision ordinances and county records. Another specific function which this office is required by County Ordinance to perform is that of county addresses. It is the responsibility of this office to assign, correct, and verify addresses within the county (most incorporated areas have their own departments which perform this function).