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Reid J. Demman P.L.S.
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Available Survey Documents
Angle Sheet / Horizontal Direction Sheet
Survey field data reflecting measured angles between Section Corners, street monuments, and/or survey control points. The maintenance of Angle / Horizontal Direction Sheets was discontinued in 1993.
Area Reference Plat (ARP)
Plats delineated by Section, Township, and Range which contain historical information pertaining to section line bearings and distances, monuments, subdivisions, and street dedications. The maintenance of ARP’s was discontinued in 2005.
Corner Report / Corner File
Any land surveyor making a boundary survey and utilizing a corner shall, within 90 days, complete, sign, and file with the county surveyor, a written record to be known as a corner file for every public land survey corner and accessory to the corner which is used, unless the corner and its accessories is already a matter of record in the county.
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Distance Observation Sheet
Survey field data reflecting measured distances between Section Corners, street monuments, or survey control points. The maintenance of Distance Observation Sheets was discontinued in 1993.
Scanned images of federal, BLM, and GLO surveys and are delineated by township and range.
County Surveyor generated field notes collected between 1920 and 1996. Information is delineated by township, range, section and the type of survey.
Hand Tie Book
Field survey data collected between 1943 and 1996 which contain drawings and supporting field notes, showing the relationship of public survey corners and witness objects.
Digital images of historical plats and maps of interest in Salt Lake County. Maps may be queried by township, range, section, date, or plat type.
Scanned images of recorded and some unrecorded subdivision plats in Salt Lake County. Plats may be researched by township, range, section, date, or subdivision name.
Vertical datum collected and processed by the County Surveyor. Information includes level-run networks, points observed, and closure errors.
Lot / Block Surveys
Digital images depicting the five and ten acre plats of the Big Field Survey. Information may be queried by township, range, block number, or date.
Scanned images of mineral and mining survey plats and their supporting field notes between 1890 and 1960. Plats and notes are delineated by name, number, district, township, range, and date.
Monument Reference / History Sheet
Graphic information about the physical relationship and measured distance between public survey corners and witness objects. The maintenance of Monument Reference / History Sheets was discontinued in 2004.
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Monument Reference Plat (MRP)
Plats delineated by Section, Township, and Range which contain historical and current information pertaining to section line bearings and distances, monuments, street centerline, and subdivisions. Information on the plat has been scaled and rotated to a common datum.
Monument Reference Sheet
Public survey monument data sheet showing location, coordinates, elevations, status, description, and supporting digital images of individual monuments.
Permitting process, established by state law, to protect and preserve the integrity of public survey monuments and thus maintain property boundaries and rights of way lines. Prior to disturbing, damaging, removing, moving or covering any public survey monument, a monument preservation permit must be issued by the County Surveyor.
Get Monument Permit Information
Real Time Kinematic (RTK) Sheets
Data log of an RTK observation. Information collected include survey control used, points observed, mean of measurements, and a sketch of the monument. Sheets may be queried by township, range, section, point name, control used, or date observed.
Record of Survey Plat (ROS)
Starting in April 1987, Utah law requires each land surveyor making a boundary survey to establish or reestablish a boundary line or to obtain data for constructing a map or plat showing a boundary line, to file a map of the survey with the county surveyor or designated office within 90 days of the establishment or reestablishment of the boundary.
Scanned images of drawings between 1860 and 1976 which pertain to roads, dedications, right of ways, utilities, and other road attributes. Information is delineated by road name, township, range, section, date, survey type, or data source.
Salt Lake County Boundary Maps
Scanned images of maps or plats pertaining to the establishment or adjustment of Salt Lake County boundaries between 1890 and 1976. Plats may be researched by township, range, section, date, or adjoining county name.
Salt Lake County Property Surveys
Digital images of miscellaneous boundary and right of way plats created by the Salt Lake County Surveyor between 1890 and 1985. Plats may be queried by township, range, section, subdivision, address, source or date.
Salt Lake County Township Surveys
Digital images of fractional or supplemental federal township plats in Salt Lake County which are dated between 1855 and 1957. Plats are delineated by township, range and date.
Section Closure Sheet
Hand drawn sheets delineated by Section, Township, and Range showing mathematical closure and traverse balance of the section. The maintenance of Section Closure Sheets was discontinued in 1987.
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Section Work Sheet
AutoCAD generated sheets created from hand drawn Section Work Sheets. They are delineated by Section, Township, and Range and show the mathematical closure and traverse balance of the section.
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State Plane Coordinate Sheet
Sheets delineated by Township and Range showing least squares adjusted NAD 83 state plane coordinates. The maintenance of State Plane Coordinate Sheets was discontinued in 2000.
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