Projects(November 2018-19) • Study existing and past efforts for aggregation in these industries • Educate data creators of the need for data and consider feedback • Evaluate at least 3 methods to aggregate and share datasets • Select an agreed upon method to implement • Provide statewide datasets for agencies to fulfil required objectives • Support the geographic needs as stated in section 16.021 of the Texas Water Code • Provide stakeholders an accessible dataset (or web service) of parcels and address points • Annually update datasets from authoritative data sources, aggregators, or contractors • Establish a feedback loop for data creators and data consumers • Maintain project updates on https://tnris.org/stratmap/ • Create a marketing and communications plan • Establish relationships with the authoritative data sources, aggregators, and contractors of address point and parcel data • Provide data that will be discoverable, reliable, consistent, current, and resourced
defined unit of land with which a bundle of rights and interests are legally recognized in a community. A parcel encloses a contiguous area of land for which location and boundaries are known, described, and maintained, and for which there is a history of defined, legally recognized interests.” From Multipurpose Land Information Systems: The Guidebook (Epstein and Moyer, 1993, p. 13-2)
• appraisal methodology • exemptions • property values • protests and appeals • special inventory appraisal • At an appraisal district in each county • In Computer Aided Mass Appraisal (CAMA) software • CAMA data joined to geometry in GIS Where are Land Parcels maintained?
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• Annual refresh of data, with 6 month pushes • Continue outreach at conferences, workshops, meetings • Consider geospatial services to distribute data • Work with data providers on providing complete data (joins) • Reach out to remaining 4 CADs not in process of converting • Reach out to “missing” cities and counties for address points • Continue to work with vendors on industry trends, legislation, etc. • Further visibility of StratMap program within the industry (Texas Imagery Service, training needs, user group, etc.)
web pages • Join a committee – land parcels or address points • Connect us with authoritative sources in areas with missing data • Pool resources – local, statewide, federal • Direct users to our dataset web pages • Share testimonials on successes via dataset web pages • Practice empathy