You are invited to attend a one-day forum on “Parcel Mapping & the Public Land Survey in Wisconsin”

It is scheduled for Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at UW-Eau Claire’s Alumni Room, 3rd Floor, in the Davies Center. This forum is free and is intended to address how to improve parcel mapping methods and better utilize the Public Land survey System… Read More


Submitted by: Jason R. Houle, PLS & Rock County Surveyor Date: May 5, 2015 Recently, I served on a committee comprised of members of the Wisconsin County Surveyors Association, (WCSA), to define Survey Grade, (SG), coordinates as they… Read More

Align County Surveying and Parcel Mapping Efforts in Wisconsin

You are highly encouraged to attend a forum to “Align County Surveying and Parcel Mapping Efforts in Wisconsin” scheduled for March 12, 2015 from 9am – 4pm at UW-Stevens Point’s Dreyfus University Center. This forum is free and… Read More

Statewide Parcel Map Project Update

The State Cartographer’s Office is hard at work on the Version 1 Statewide Parcel Map Project. They recently posted a project update ( As of January 23rd here’s what we know. 69 counties submitted data with the other 3 anticipated… Read More

Wisconsin DOA outlines proposal for WLIP funding

The Department of Administration is seeking input from stakeholders by July 11, 2014.

Plan to Attend the Spring Regional Meeting

A joint event with the Wisconsin Register of Deeds Association (WRDA) could not come at a better time. Significant changes to the Wisconsin Land Information Program and recent announcements of new projects (Statewide Parcel Map Initiative and DOA Repository/Geoportal Project) have… Read More

Statewide Parcel Map Initiative Progress

DOA memo re-posted with permission. Links added by editor. April 2, 2014 Dear Land Information Officers, I am glad to be writing you today with announcements on the progress at the Department of Administration on the Statewide Parcel… Read More

“Just Do It” Parcel Project

After 25 years Wisconsin has one of the best Land Information Programs in the nation, yielding economic benefits and providing citizens better services. But, for all our efforts we essentially have 72 county systems. To realize the full… Read More