The search function is a valuable tool for all users of MapGeo. It allows you to search for individual items based on keywords associated with the selected dataset.
To use Quick Search, just type a search term into the to search box. This search will return any item that includes the search term. Most quick searches for properties will return any value found in the owner name, street address or id number, however searches vary by municipality.
Open the search bar by clicking the Search (magnifying glass) button in the top right corner.
You can search for a feature by attributes and can add additional attributes by adding them with the +Add dropdown. When you have added the search criteria you want, type what you are looking for into the specified bars. Some search attributes may be drop down lists or range sliders.
If you only want to search in a certain area on the map, you can add a spatial filter by clicking the +Add dropdown.
You can add a line, circle, and/or polygon. Once you have selected a spatial filter, click the area on the map where you want to apply the filter, release to draw the spatial feature, then click again to complete the spatial feature. Click Remove to eliminate the spatial filter.
You can choose how you want the result list to be sorted by clicking the +Add dropdown. Choose which attribute you want to sort by, then choose whether you want the attribute to be sorted in ascending or descending order.
You may remove an attribute, spatial feature, or sort at any time by clicking Remove above the specified attribute.
Once you have entered your search criteria, click Search. A list of results will be displayed within the search panel and will also be highlighted on the map.
Click on any individual result to select it. The map will zoom to that item and highlight in a different color. To zoom back out to all the results click the Zoom to Results button. Note: clicking a new property on the list will un-select your currently selected parcel.
Download your search results as a CSV or as mailing labels (standard Avery 5160) by clicking the Download Results button. (When printing mailing labels, do not use any formatting features such as fit to page.)
If the search did not return the results you were hoping for, click Refine Search and change your search criteria. To start a new search click Clear Results.