How Do These Maps Differ?The static Maps and Interactive Map Servers currently available are listed on this page.
A Static Map is a composed map presented as an image document. You can scroll around the map with your browser's scroll bars but you cannot select the data themes to display, zoom into the map or obtain any information by clicking on it.
An Interactive Map Server initiates a server process on our map server computer that allows you to interactively view the maps on your computer.
You can choose the area and data themes you want to view and point and click on themes on the map to obtain information about it's features.
State Land Department Maps
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Interactive Map Servers
These maps will allow you to interactively view maps on your computer.
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Start Map Server
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In the table above, click the appropriate icon in the Start Map Server column to start an interactive map service. There will be a delay while the service loads. Once the service loads you will be presented with an initial overview map and a toolbar for manipulating the map.
Click the icon in the View Help column in the table above for additional instructions about the map server.
These are composed maps that are presented as static format images. You can scroll around the map with the scroll bars in your browser but you cannot select the data themes to display, zoom into the map or obtain any information by clicking on it.
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Click on a link in the table above to view a map in your browser. Maximize the browser window to see as much of the map as possible.