Click the icon that looks like a brochure underneath the Google Streetview person, and your map view will be recentered on the original community.
The parcel data on MapGeo is provided by the municipality. To report misinformation or a data error, please contact the person listed under the “Contact Information” of the MapGeo site.
Make sure that in your browser settings, pop-ups are allowed for your MapGeo site. If you notice an “x” at the top of your browser when you try to create your printable map, click the “x” and change your browser settings to “Always allow pop-ups from https://yourtown.mapgeo.io.“ Exact steps are browser specific and the screenshot below shows what this looks like in Google Chrome:
Change your search criteria. For example, if you are searching for “Ash Road”, just enter “Ash” or “Ash R” to get more results. If you search for “Road” but the address is saved as “Rd”, results will not be populated.
Certain layers only display at certain extents because of the way the data was set up. To see the layer, try zooming out a few extents. If this is causing major issues for your workflow, let us know via the Feedback button.
Because the PDF is downloaded from the internet, you might have to change your ‘Save As’ settings in Adobe Reader and uncheck ‘Save optimizes for fast web view’.
The printable map maintains the same zoom level and scale as the interactive map at the time of generating the printable map. Therefore, if you are using a large monitor and browser window, you may need to pan your map to center the portion of the map you wish to be printed so that it is included in the printable map.
Unfortunately, this feature is unavailable because it is currently not supported by Carto, where the map layers are hosted.