Good turnout yesterday for "Land Information Day" (aka "GIS Day")

We had a good turnout for Brown County's Land Information Seminar  ("GIS Day").

About 60 people showed up, asked great questions, and hopefully learned a thing or two!

Thanks go to Cathy Williquette, Debbie Gore and others from the Register of Deeds office for helping set up this event. Also, thanks to Museum Staff  Kevin Cullen, Beth Lemke, and Lisa Zimmerman for helping to host the event and giving the exhibit tour after the seminar.  Thanks also to all who showed up and made this a successful event!
Audience at the Neville Museum Auditorium

Debbie Gore, Deputy Register of Deeds

Jeff DuMez, GIS Coordinator / Land Information Officer


Oneida Reservation areas in Brown County.

Want to know what areas or parcels are within the Oneida Reservation?

Yes, there's an app for that.  (click here).

You can zoom in to see detailed parcel information, and you can also search by Parcel ID using the search box on the upper right.  The yellow highlighted area is the Oneida Reservation.

Note: This only covers the Brown County portion of the Oneida Reservation.  Click to open mapping app to see the reservation area within Brown County.


Free training! Attend the Brown County Land Info Seminar on Nov 18, 2015 at the Neville Museum

Brown County is offering free training on how to use the county's internet land information systems.

The "Brown County Land Information Seminar" will be held in downtown Green Bay on November 18, 2015 at the Neville Public Museum (210 Museum Place, Green Bay).  Sessions will start at 8:30am and will take place in the museum auditorium on the 1st floor.

This seminar is intended to help you most effectively use Brown County's land information & GIS web sites. Staff will be on hand to answer questions and receive feedback.

Additionally, museum staff is offering to guide you through the current exhibit on the 1st floor titled Building our Community:  Over 100 Years of Architecture & Design in Brown County between 11:30am to 12:30pm to close out the seminar. 

Using the Land Records Search site (some handy tips)

Brown County's "Land Records Search" site has been online for almost 14 years now, and has hardly changed at all since it launched.  You probably already figured out these "tips & tricks" for using this site, but here are the answers to the most common questions just in case you don't already know:

Land Records Search site tips:
  1.  Enter JUST a street name if you don't find an address. This will give you all properties on the street, and you can choose correct one from the subset.  This strategy helps you see hyphenated addresses.
  2. If your address search involves a County Highway, usually listed as County Road by the US Post Officeyou will need to enter "CTH" and the name of the highway (Ex: CTH B, CTH GV).   If your search involves a State Highway, you need to enter "STH" plus the name of the highway (ex:  STH 57). 
  3. Do not use any periods or apostrophes in the street name

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