GIS information is provided on this Page as a public resource for general information purposes only. It is used to locate, identify and inventory parcels of land in Apache County for appraisal and taxation purposes only and is NOT to be construed or used as a "legal description." Map and parcel information is believed to be accurate but accuracy is not guaranteed. No portion of the information should be considered to be, or used as, a legal document. Pursuant to A.R.S. 37-178(c), Apache County shares such data for purpose of convenience only and "is not liable for errors, inaccuracies or omissions and shall be held harmless from and against all damage, loss or liability arising from any use of geospatial data that is shared." The information is provided subject to the express condition that the user knowingly waives any and all claims for damages against Apache County that may arise from the use of this data. Information provided on this Page should be reviewed and approved by an attorney or other qualified professional prior to its use for any purpose with potential legal consequences.
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Instructions for using the maps to locate your parcel
Read the disclaimer and hit the acceptance line at the bottom, At that time you will be taken to a map of the state of Az. On the left hand side will be a layers menu, in this menu click in the first box for PARCELS. Above the layers menu is the tools menu bar, in this bar it will have five buttons that look the same. Place the courser over any of the buttons and hold it there for a moment allowing a brief description of what that button is. The first of the five buttons is the parcel search; click on it and a new window will pop up. type the parcel number using the dashes (example 211-34-489) then hit the find button, it will bring back a parcel number or a list of parcel numbers that have a letter after it. Click on the parcel you are looking for and then close the search window. It will zoom into the parcel and it will be highlighted. On the right side of the page there is a scale bar, click on the (-) and it will zoom out to see more of the surroundings and roads. The coordinates are on the lower left of the page.
Using the Search Buttons
Above the layers menu is the tools menu bar, this bar has five buttons that look the same. Place the courser over any of the buttons and hold it there for a moment allowing a brief description of what that button is. The first of the five buttons is the parcel search; the second is a County maintained roads search; the third is a County None maintained or N roads search; the forth button is a Township, Range, and Sections search; and the fifth button is a Subdivision search. click on the button you want to search and a new window will pop up. Follow the instructions that will come up with the search window. The coordinates are on the lower left of the page.