Redlands, California—October 24, 2012—Staff members at the assessor’s office in Lincoln County, New Mexico, recently shifted to geospatial technology from Esri to manage cadastral mapping. All key land records data is now available online, to the public, and to field crews. Additionally, workflows are sleek and modern—all cadastral data was moved from a tile-based CAD mapping system to a seamless, countywide Esri geodatabase.
"Our mapping system has grown by leaps and bounds," said Paul Baca, assessor for Lincoln County. "We are now able to produce wonderful, colored Esri maps for our constituents and share data with other governmental departments. We are also able to add data layers to our current mapping system, which is a key component for other offices within Lincoln County."
With the help of Esri partner The Sidwell Company, Lincoln County became an early adopter of Esri’s ArcGIS for Land Records, a commercial off-the-shelf solution built to support local government functions, including many that rely on land records, such as public works, planning, and engineering.
Esri’s ArcGIS technology provides tools, data, and applications for efficient and cost-effective land records management. To learn more, visit esri.com/landrecords.
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