Thank you for visiting the Surveyor Interactive GIS. This map has been developed primarily to provide survey data to the Professional Land Surveyor’s who work within the county. Not all of the Surveyor’s Office records are available herein! We are continually updating our digital records and published data to include as many monument positions and survey data as possible.
For additional information please contact our office at 801-399-8020, send us an email to email@example.com, or stop by and visit us in person.
This interactive map contains only the layers that the Surveyor’s Office provides to the Weber County GIS department. For Weber County’s complete interactive GIS map (Gismo) please click here.
Frequently Asked QuestionsWhy isn’t my survey being shown on the map?
Each land surveyor making a boundary survey of lands within Weber County is required by state code to file a map of the survey in the County Surveyor’s Office within 90 days of the establishment or reestablishment of the boundary. If your survey is not being shown on our map contact the surveyor who prepared the survey, the survey may have not been filed in the County Surveyor’s Office yet.
The Weber County Surveyor’s Office screens each record of survey filed in our office. After the screening process each survey is added to our interactive map as soon as possible. This process of screening and adding surveys to the interactive map can take time depending on the workloads of the Surveyor’s Office staff. If you know a record of survey has been filed and it is not yet shown on the map please feel free to contact our office at 801-399-8010 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why do my tax parcel lines not match my survey?
The tax parcel lines shown on the Interactive GIS map are a visual representation of the tax parcel maps provided, prepared, and kept by the County Recorder’s Office. The tax parcel maps are a representation of the legal descriptions found on the deeds and conveying documents which have been recorded in the County Recorder’s Office. Tax parcel maps are not intended to show the exact location of property lines on the ground. For this reason the legal descriptions found on record in the Recorder’s Office and the legal description provided as a part of your survey often will not match each other. The surveyed legal description will not have any effect on the Recorder’s tax parcel maps unless the property owner uses that surveyed legal description as a part of a deed or conveying document which is then recorded in the County Recorder’s Office.
If a landowner wishes to get their surveyed legal description recorded in the Recorder’s Office we recommend that they hire a private competent land professional or real estate attorney to assist them in this endeavor.
Why does my survey or parcel not match what is on the ground?
The Surveyor’s interactive GIS map shows the location of the record of survey filed by the Professional Land Surveyor who performed the survey. If the surveyed lines appear to not match what is being occupied on the ground we recommend you contact the surveyor who performed the survey to get information regarding the apparent discrepancy.
The tax parcel lines shown on the Interactive GIS map are a visual representation of the tax parcel maps provided, prepared, and kept by the County Recorder’s Office. The tax parcel maps are a representation of the legal descriptions found on the deeds and conveying documents which have been recorded in the County Recorder’s Office. Tax parcel maps are not intended to show the exact location of property lines on the ground. For this reason the legal descriptions on record often do not match or accurately reflect what is being occupied on the ground. If a land owner wishes to correct the differences between what is on record and what is being occupied on the ground we recommend they hire a Professional Land Surveyor to survey their property and follow the proper steps to get the surveyed legal description on record in the Recorder’s Office.
Why can I not find a monument that you show on your map?
In an effort to maintain and adequately expand the survey control networks in Weber County we have placed monument positions on our interactive map wherever we have information that a monument is or was located on the ground. As the workloads of the Surveyor’s Office staff permits, we will make an effort to find, maintain, and replace all the monuments represented on our interactive map. Until the Surveyor’s Office is able to physically find and tie in the monument it will be shown on the interactive map as a “record position”. Monuments found and referenced will be shown on the interactive map as a “referenced position”.
If you find or suspect that a monument shown on our website has been removed, disturbed, or otherwise altered please contact our office immediately at 801-399-8020 or send us an email to email@example.com.
What Should I do if I have found a monument not shown on your map?
If you have found or know of a survey monument that is not shown on our interactive map please contact our office at 801-399-8020 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I remove or destroy a monument shown on your map?
Any damage, disruption, removal, or covering with a hard surface (including but not limited to asphalt, concrete, metal, ect.) of any monument, including the associated concrete collar and metal cover, without a permit is a criminal offense. Such illicit destruction of a monument, in Weber County, carries a civil penalty of a $1,000.00 fine in addition to all costs to resurvey and reestablish the destroyed monument and any other civil or criminal penalties applicable by law.
If you have a need to work near, remove, or destroy a monument you must first pull a permit with the Weber County Surveyor’s Office at least five (5) business days before you intend to work around the monument. It will be your responsibility to ensure a new monument is installed per Weber County Public Works Standards to replace the monument if it is removed.
To pull a permit, please fill out our online form here (New Survey Monuments Permit page), or contact our office at 801-399-8020.