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Metadata/Data Dictionary for WhiteStar Parcels for all states except Texas

Louise White

PARCEL DESCRIPTION: Property parcels merged with tax assessment points for each county where parcel data is available. Tax assessment points are also provided, including those that are not associated directly with parcel polygons.

Attributes in BLACK are available in the Standard and PRO parcel schema.
Attributes in RED are available in the PRO parcel schema only.

ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name

Data Type

Description

FID

Object ID

Unique Feature ID in ESRI shapefile.

Shape

Geometry

Parcel Boundary Geometry type (Point, Polygon, etc.) in ESRI shapefile.

fips

Text[5]

The 5-digit Census Federal Information Processing Code for the State and County.

state

Text[2]

2-digit State abbreviation

postal

Text[2]

2-digit state Postal code

county

Text[50]

County name

pointloc

Text[10]

Point Polygon relation indicator:


In Parcel - parcel point/assessor information located within the parcel polygon

Estimated - parcel point estimate given property address information. These include county centroid, postal centroid, street centerline, or a location estimate based on other information.

No Point - parcel polygon with no associated parcel point/assessor information

parcelapn

Text[45]

The assessor's Parcel Number (APN) or Parcel Identification number assigned to parcels of real property by the tax assessor of a particular jurisdiction for purposes of identification and record-keeping. The assigned number is unique within a jurisdiction.

taxapn

Text[45]

Tax Assessor’s Parcel Number.

dupapn

Text[2]

Duplicate APN. Separate sequential numbers created for each with a different property address.

altoldapni

Text[1]

Alt/Old APN Indicator - redefined from Mail Care-of Name Type

oldapn

Text[45]

Will be NULL; Mail_CareOf_Name_Type is used; Indicate whether field Alt/Old APN is an Old or Alternate APN. ; Subdivision/Split – When an APN was 1 parcel number last year and this year it has been split into multiple parcels in the new edition file; the parcels in the new edition should have field Alt/Old APN populated with the 1 parcel number from last year’s file and move “S” to Alt/Old APN Indicator field.

propsrcflg

Text[1]

Property Source Flag - for codes/flags see Appendix A

propfuladd

Text[60]

Property Full Street Address

prophsnum

Text[13]

Property House Number. In some areas, house numbers may include a direction designation.

propstdirl

Text[2]

Property Street Direction (Left) - indicator that appears before the street name and denotes the street name direction.

propstname

Text[40]

Property street name

propstsuff

Text[4]

Property street suffix - Official USPS Standardized Suffix Abbreviations. Refer to the USPS Postal Addressing Standards book - Publication #28 dated 8/95.

propstdirr

Text[2]

Property Street Direction (Right) - indicator that appears after the street suffix to denote direction/quadrant where applicable (e.g., Washington DC, Seattle).

propunttyp

Text[4]

Property Unit Type (Suite, Apt, Unit, etc), if applicable.

propuntnum

Text[11]

Property Unit Number

propcity

Text[30]

Property City name

propstate

Text[2]

Property State name

propzip

Text[5]

Property Zip Code (first 5 digits of full zip code)

propzip4

Text[4]

Property Zip+4 Code (last 4 digits of full zip code, if applicable)

propcentct

Text[16]

Property Address: Census Tract -
Format: 999999999.99999C

First 5 bytes = FIPS; 7 bytes = Census Tract; Last 4 bytes = Census Block Code (1st byte of Block Code = Block Number)

proplat

Double

Property point Latitude

proplong

Double

Property point Longitude

datum

Text[5]

Native coordinate system/Datum for property point lat/lng values

proplat27

Double

Property point Latitude in NAD27 coordinate system

proplong27

Double

Property point Longitude in NAD27 coordinate system

gsmtchcode

Text[4]

GeoStan Match Code - see Appendix A

gsloccode

Text[4]

GeoStan Location Code - see Appendix C

owner1ind

Text[1]

Indicates the predominant pattern of names for 1st Assessee Name:

    fielded as First Name Middle Initial Last Name - from a single source field fielded as Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. - from a single source field fielded as last name, first name middle initial. - from separate source fields

owner1typ

Text[1]

Indicates whether the 1st Assessee Name associated with a parcel are individuals, businesses, or government.

owner1

Text[80]

First Assessed Owner as of the Lien date. This is the name exactly as shown in the current Assessor's Tax Roll.

owner1ind

Text[1]

Indicates the predominant pattern of names for 2nd Assessee Name:

    fielded as First Name Middle Initial Last Name - from a single source field fielded as Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. - from a single source field fielded as last name, first name middle initial. - from separate source fields

owner1typ

Text[1]

Indicates whether the 2nd Assessee Name associated with a parcel are individuals, businesses, or government.

owner2

Text[80]

Second Assessed Owner - Contains additional assessed owner name, when provided separately by the county. DBA names are preceded with indicator of "DBA".

mailcrofin

Text[1]

Mail Care-Of Name Indicator: indicates the predominant pattern of names for 2nd Assessee (Owner) Name:

    fielded as First Name Middle Initial Last Name - from a single source field fielded as Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. - from a single source field fielded as last name, first name middle initial. - from separate source fields

careofname

Text[80]

Mail Care-Of Name. If a care of name (%, C/O, Attn, etc.) is present, may not want to consider the address as the actual Current Owner Mail Address.

ownsrccode

Text[1]

Owner Source Code - source of the Parsed Owner Names:

 

1 - Parsed owner name from Deed.

 

2 - Parsed owner name from Mortgage (SAM)

 

3 - Owner Name programmatically parsed

 

4 - Not able to parse Owner Name

ownvestcd

Text[2]

Assessee/Owner Vesting Code, when available, either identifies how the Assessee took title (vesting) or describes the type of entity (ID) based on conversion. See Appendix A for codes.

taxacctnum

Text[30]

Tax Account Number, when provided in the assessment files, an arbitrary parcel identifier usually assigned by the County Treasurer for tax purposes.

mailfuladd

Text[80]

Mailing Full Address - where the current tax bill is mailed each year.

mailunttyp

Text[4]

Mailing address Unit Type (Suite, Apt, Unit, etc), if applicable.

mailuntnum

Text[8]

Mailing address Unit Number

mailcity

Text[30]

Mailing address City name

mailstate

Text[2]

Mailing address State name

mailzip

Text[5]

Mailing address Zip Code (first 5 digits of full zip code)

mailzip4

Text[4]

Mailing address Zip+4 Code (last 4 digits of full zip code, if available)

curownname

Text[166]

Current Owner Name.

1. The Assessed owner(s) as of the lien date. Name displayed exactly as shown in the current Assessor's Roll. See Assessee/Owner Name

OR

2. Name of the grantee on the most recent recorded document.

curownaddr

Text[80]

Current Owner Address - Components are same as Property Full Street Address

curowncity

Text[30]

Current Owner City name

curownst

Text[2]

Current Owner 2-digit State code

curownzip

Text[5]

Current Owner address Zip Code (first 5 digits of full zip code)

curownzip4

Text[4]

Current Owner address Zip+4 Code (last 4 digits of full zip code, if available)

curownutyp

Text[4]

Current Owner address Unit Type (Suite, Apt, Unit, etc), if applicable.

curownunum

Text[11]

Current Owner address Unit Number

landusecod

Text[8]

Land Use Code - standardized for all counties. Code value is presented in Appendix B and adjacent Land Use Description field

landusedes

Text[100]

Land Use Description - detailed definition of corresponding Land Use Code.

zoning

Text[25]

Actual city Zoning, unique to each incorporated area. If not available on the Assessment Roll, this field will be blank.

landval

Long

Current assessed Land Value (land only, before exemptions, if any) as reported on the current county tax/assessment roll.

improvval

Long

Current assessed Improvement Value (before exemptions, if any) as reported on the current county tax/assessment roll.

totalvalue

Long

Current assessed Total Value of both Land and Improvements (before exemptions, if any) as reported on the current county tax/assessment roll.

mktvalland

Int

When available from the county, the Market Land Value as determined by the Assessor.

mktimprval

Int

When available from the county, the Market Improvement Value as determined by the Assessor.

mkttotval

Int

When available from the county, the Total Market Value as determined by the Assessor.

mktvalyear

Text[4]

The year the market values were established. Normally, this is a constant year for all records with a market value > zero, although there are cases where the county file contains the year each parcel was physically appraised and in such cases the Market Value year specific to each parcel results in several different values per county.

recrdocnum

Text[20]

Recorder's Document Number from Assessment - Sequential number assigned to documents at the time of recording for identification and to establish the order of recordation as listed on the county/tax assessment roll.

recrdbknum

Text[10]

Recorder's Book Number from Assessment - The Book and Page (or Folio) number for most recent sale as listed on the county tax/assessment roll, if available. Assigned by the county when the document is recorded. Used for identification and to establish the order of recordation.

recrdpgnum

Text[10]

Recorder's Page Number from Assessment

doctypecty

Text[25]

Document Type from Assessment - County description of the document type for most recent sale as listed on the county tax/assessment roll, if available.

salesprice

Long

Sales Price paid by the current owner of the subject parcel as listed on the county tax/assessment roll, if available.

salescode

Text[1]

Assessed Sales Price Code. See Appendix A.

ctycrtdat

Date

The date that the parcel data was certified by the County.

latsaldate

Date

Recording Date of the latest sale in the transaction history.

latsalprc

Text[10]

Latest Sale Price (whole dollars)

latslprccd

Text[1]

Latest Sales Price Code - See Appendix A.

latsalbook

Text[10]

Latest Sale - Book Number

latsalpage

Text[10]

Latest Sale - Page Number

latsaldocn

Text[20]

Latest Sale - Document Number

latsaldoct

Text[2]

Latest Sale - Document Type Code - See Appendix A

latvalrecd

Date

The recording date of the last valid sale in the transaction history. Does not include non-arm's-length transactions.

latvalprce

Text[10]

Latest Valid Sale Price

 

latvalprcd

Text[1]

Latest Valid Price Code - See Appendix A.

latvalbook

Text[10]

Latest Valid Sale - Book Number

latvalpage

Text[10]

Latest Valid Sale - Page Number

latvaldocn

Text[20]

Latest Valid Sale - Document Number

latvaldtyp

Text[2]

Latest Valid Sale - Document Type Code - See Appendix A

prevsaledt

Date

Previous Sale Date - The date the property sold prior to the current ownership as listed on the county tax/assessment roll, if available.

prevsalepr

Long

Previous Sales Price paid by the previous owner of the subject parcel as listed on the county tax/assessment roll, if available.

prevsalecd

Text[1]

Previous Sales Price Code - see Appendix A

prevsaledn

Text[20]

Previous Sale - Document Number

prevsaldtc

Text[2]

Previous Sale - Document Type Code - See Appendix A

prevsalbkn

Text[20]

Previous Sale - Book Number

prevsalpgn

Text[20]

Previous Sale - Page Number

prvvalrdat

Text[20]

Previous Valid Sale Date

prvvalpric

Text[20]

Previous Valid Sale Price

prvvalpcod

Text[20]

Latest Valid Price Code - See Appendix A.

prvvalbook

Text[20]

Latest Valid Sale - Book Number

prvvalpage

Text[20]

Latest Valid Sale - Page Number

prvvaldocn

Text[20]

Latest Valid Sale - Document Number

prvvaldoct

Text[20]

Latest Valid Sale - Document Type Code - See Appendix A

asssrcfld

Date

Assessor Source File Date (“Tape Cut”) - Provides some indication of the currency of the assessment file. When possible to determine, this will be the date the county generated our copy of the file. Otherwise, it is the date we received the file. YYYYMMDD

assessyear

Text[4]

Assessment Year - Relates to the current lien date for which the values contained in Fields #35-37 were established. If a fiscal year (Mar'95 - Feb'96), this is the beginning year (i.e. 1995).

cahomexemp

Text[2]

California Homeowner’s Exemption (where applicable) - Indicates whether (Homeowner's Exemption is applicable. Not the same as Homestead. Blank for deed updates.

taxexemcod

Text[4]

Tax Exemption Codes - Up to four (4) property tax exemptions. Format: XXXX (no delimiters) - see Appendix A

taxcodarea

Text[18]

Tax Rate Code Area - Represents separate tax jurisdictions within the county as provided on the county tax/assessment roll.

taxsource

Text[1]

Tax Source code.

 

T - Tax

 

A - Assessor

taxamount

Text[30]

Tax Amount

taxyear

Text[4]

Tax Year

taxdelyear

Text[2]

Tax Delinquent Year

medtwprng

Text[15]

WhiteStar GRID™ Meridian /Township/Range - combined values of meridian, township, township direction, range & range direction where parcel point geographically intersects, where applicable.

meridian

Text[3]

WhiteStar GRID™ Meridian where parcel point geographically intersects, where applicable.

township

Text[3]

WhiteStar GRID™ Township where parcel point geographically intersects, where applicable.

twpdir

Text[1]

WhiteStar GRID™ Township Direction associated with twp value, where applicable.

range

Text[3]

WhiteStar GRID™ Range where parcel point geographically intersects, where applicable.

rangedir

Text[1]

WhiteStar GRID™ Range Direction associated with rng value, where applicable.

section

Text[3]

WhiteStar GRID™ Section where parcel point graphically intersects, where applicable.

nyciviltwp

Text[40]

New York civil township, when applicable

pamuninumb

Text[6]

Pennsylvania Municipality number, when applicable

pamuniname

Text[32]

Pennsylvania Municipality name, when applicable

wvdistnumb

Text[32]

West Virginia District number, when applicable

wvdistname

Text[32]

West Virginia District name, when applicable

legaldesc

Text[125]

Legal Description Brief - The narrative Legal Description of the property, exactly as given in the Assessor Source Files.

lgldesfull

Text[400]

Legal Description - FULL Compilation of all legal description components, including the brief description.

lgllotcode

Text[2]

Legal Lot Code - Identifies properties which include more than one lot or partial lots.

lgllotnum

Text[7]

Legal Lot Number - individual lot(s) which comprise the property. The actual lot number(s) such as in a tract or subdivision. If more than one, as many multiple lot numbers as allowed by the field length are entered, separated with a comma (,) or ampersand (&). A hyphen is used to indicate a range (-).

lgllandlot

Text[10]

Legal Land Lot - A large portion or tract of land (which may also encompass many individual blocks or lots) in which the property is located.

legalblock

Text[7]

Legal Block - The block of the subdivision or city in which the property is located.

legalsec

Text[7]

Legal Section - The section of the city in which the property is located. Not the same as the “Section” of a Township-Range. See Legal: Sec/Twn/Rng/Mer

legaldist

Text[12]

Legal District - The district in which the property is located. Usually a numeric code corresponding to the literal name in Legal: City, Municipality, Township

legalunit

Text[6]

Legal Unit - The subdivision unit number. Common for condominiums, townhomes, etc. Not necessarily the same as the Property Unit Number

lglctytpmu

Text[30]

Legal City, Township or Municipality - The jurisdiction in which the property is located. May be “Unincorporated”, if applicable. Often a description of the code provided in legaldist but not necessarily the same as the Property City

lglsubdnam

Text[40]

Legal Subdivision Name - The name of the subdivision, plat, or tract in which the property is located.

lglphasnum

Text[7]

Legal Phase Number - Generally, the phase number of the subdivision or tract development.

lgltrctnum

Text[10]

Legal Tract Number - The number of the tract in which the property is located.

lglmtrs

Text[30]

Legal Section/Township/Range/Meridian - Format: SEC 99 TWN 99A RNG 99A

Where "A" = Directional (N/S for TWN and E/W for RNG)

lglmapref

Text[15]

Legal Assessor’s Map Reference - The map number assigned by the County Assessor; may or may not be the same as either the APN or legal map references.

lotarea

Long

Lot Area or size. The total acreage or square footage of the land, rounded to lowest whole value.

lotareaunt

Text[10]

Lot Area Unit - lot size or area measurement unit associated with the lot area field.

 

AC - Acres

 

FF - Front Feet

 

SF - Square Feet

acreage

Text[30]

Acreage of the property = to lot size square footage divided by 43560 (1 acre = 43,560 ft).

lotsizesft

Text[10]

Lot Size in Square Feet - contains the total area measurement of the land in square feet, If the lot size is provided by the county assessor. When provided in acres, this field will be converted to square feet.

lotfrontft

Text[10]

Lot Size - Frontage Feet - provides the frontage measurement of the property when provided by the county assessor.

lotdepthft

Text[10]

Lot Size - Depth Feet - provides the depth measurement of the property when provided by the county assessor.

origlotsiz

Text[14]

Original Lot Size of Area - The total square footage of the land.

topography

Text[1]

Topography code representing the physical (including man-made) or natural features of the land. See Appendix A.

mortlendnm

Text[40]

Mortgage Lender Name - name of the company or individual that holds the mortgage, as provided by the County Assessor

siteinfuen

Text[2]

Site Influence - Identifies features or characteristics of a location which might influence the value or desirability of a parcel, such as waterfront or traffic patterns. The field can contain up to two codes.

amenities1

Text[5]

Amenities code(s) - Identifies the extra selling features that add to the value of property, such as a tennis court or golf course. This data is provided by the county, but typically does not indicate the size of the Amenity. This field can contain up to five codes. See Appendix A.

amenities2

Text[5]

For extra Amenities codes, as necessary. See Appendix A.

cndoprjnam

Text[20]

Condo Project / Building Name - name of a condominium building or complex and/or building name or complex.

water

Text[1]

Water system codes - representing the water system for the property. See Appendix A.

sewer

Text[1]

Sewer system codes - representing the waste disposal/sewage system for the property. See Appendix A.

blgarea

Long

Main Building Area - The building area of the primary structure on the property. When multiple building areas are given for a structure, the preferred data for this field is Living Area for residential properties and Total Area for all others.

 

blgmainind

Text[1]

Main Building Area Indicator - Code of building area feature assigned to the main Building Area (see Appendix A under blgareain)

blgclass

Text[1]

Building Class Code - Fire Insurance Building Classification Code used for Commercial/Industrial buildings. See Appendix A.

blgcondn

Text[1]

Building Condition - Additional information regarding a parcel. This information may come from a comments field provided by the county or can be information added by the analyst. If Duplicate parcels are present, this field contains a Summary of multiple building records and should contain the Improvement # and any available physical characteristics. See Appendix A.

blgyearblt

Text[4]

Building Year Built - when the primary structure on the property was built.

blgefyrblt

Text[4]

Building Effective Year Built - The date that reflects the condition of an improvement. It is the same or later than Year Built.

NOTE: If the county does not provide the effective year built, remodel year is moved.

blgquality

Text[2]

Building Quality codes: Grades A+ to E-

blgnumplum

Text[3]

Building Number of Plumbing Fixtures: identifies the number of plumbing features reported by the county assessor in the primary building/improvement on the property.

blgflcover

Text[2]

Building Floor Covering - contains a code reflecting the type of flooring used in improvements on the property. See Appendix A

blgstrynum

Text[10]

Building Number of Stories - Either the actual number of stories of the main structure (1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, etc.).

NOTE: Other valid entries include any number followed by "+" (1+, 2+, 3+, etc., to indicate a fractional story less than 1/2) as well as attic/basement combinations such as “2+AB”.

 

blgrmtotal

Text[2]

Building Total Number of Rooms - as reported on the Assessment Roll.

blgnumunit

Long

Building Unit Number - Number of Units reported on the Assessment Roll. Primarily used for reporting of apartment buildings.

blgnumbed

Long

Building Number of Bedrooms - Actual count of bedrooms (with closet). Residential only.

blgnumbath

Long

Building Number of Bathrooms - Physical count of all bathrooms (including 1/2 baths). See Appendix A. Input Format: 99v99 (implied decimal)

blgnumpbth

Long

Building Number of Partial Bathrooms - If the county provides separate fields for full & partial baths, the physical count of partial baths (1/4, 1/2 & 3/4) will be found in this field.

blggrgtype

Text[1]

Building Garage Type (Parking) - See Appendix A.

blggrgcmm

Long

Building Garage (Parking) number of cars - When available from county assessor. Total number of cars which garage, carport, or parking lot/structure will accommodate. When parking square footage is available instead of the number of cars, it is converted by estimating the average size as follows: 200 SF = 1 Car; 400 SF = 2 Cars; 720 SF = 3 Cars; etc.

blgpool

Text[1]

Building Pool codes See Appendix A.

blgstyle

Text[1]

Building Style code - See Appendix A.

blgcnstype

Text[1]

Building Construction Type code - See Appendix A.

blgextwall

Text[1]

Building Exterior Walls code - See Appendix A.

blgintwall

Text[1]

Building Interior Walls code - See Appendix A.

blgfoundn

Text[1]

Building Foundation code - See Appendix A.

blgroofcvr

Text[1]

Building Roof Cover code - See Appendix A

blgrooftyp

Text[1]

Building Roof Type code - See Appendix A.

blgheating

Text[1]

Building Heating code - See Appendix A.

blghtfltyp

Text[20]

Building Heating Fuel Type - oil, gas, solar. Some counties may also provide a heating system type, which is shown in blgheating. See Appendix A.

blgaircond

Text[1]

Building Air Conditioning - See Appendix A

blgactype

Text[1]

Building Air Conditioning type - See Appendix A.

blgelevatr

Text[1]

Building Elevator - The actual number of elevators or see Appendix A

blgfireplc

Text[1]

Building Fireplaces - The actual number of fireplaces or (Y)es

blgbasemnt

Text[1]

Building Basement - See Appendix A.

blgnumber

Long

Number of buildings on parcel.

blgarea1

Long

Building Area 1st value - Building area (sq ft) for a building features, such as garage, porch, basement.

blgareain1

Text[2]

Building Area 1st Indicator - two-digit code describing the feature moves to Building Area; If single position, can be combined with 'F' for Finished, or 'U' for Unfinished. See Appendix A

blgarea2

Long

Building Area 2nd value - Building area (sq ft) for a building features, such as garage, porch, basement.

blgareain2

Text[2]

Building Area 2nd Indicator - two-digit code describing the feature moves to Building Area; If single position, can be combined with 'F' for Finished, or 'U' for Unfinished. See Appendix A

blgarea3

Long

Building Area 3rd value - Building area (sq ft) for a building features, such as garage, porch, basement.

blgareain3

Text[2]

Building Area 3rd Indicator - two-digit code describing the feature moves to Building Area; If single position, can be combined with 'F' for Finished, or 'U' for Unfinished. See Appendix A

blgarea4

Long

Building Area 4th value - Building area (sq ft) for a building features, such as garage, porch, basement.

blgareain4

Text[2]

Building Area 4th Indicator - two-digit code describing the feature moves to Building Area; If single position, can be combined with 'F' for Finished, or 'U' for Unfinished. See Appendix A

blgarea5

Long

Building Area 5th value - Building area(sq ft) for a building features, such as garage, porch, basement.

blgareain5

Text[2]

Building Area 5th Indicator - two-digit code describing the feature moves to Building Area; If single position, can be combined with 'F' for Finished, or 'U' for Unfinished. See Appendix A

blgarea6

Long

Building Area 6th value - Building area (sq ft) for a building features, such as garage, porch, basement.

blgareain6

Text[2]

Building Area 6th Indicator - two-digit code describing the feature moves to Building Area; If single position, can be combined with 'F' for Finished, or 'U' for Unfinished. See Appendix A

blgarea7

Long

Building Area 7th value - Building area (sq ft) for a building features, such as garage, porch, basement.

blgareain7

Text[2]

Building Area 7th Indicator - two-digit code describing the feature moves to Building Area; If single position, can be combined with 'F' for Finished, or 'U' for Unfinished. See Appendix A

othimpblg1

Long

Other Improved Building Area 1st value - Contains the measurements of their respective Buildings and Improvements described in Other Impr Bldg Ind 1-5.

othimpb1in

Text[2]

Other Improvement Building Indicator 1st value - These fields are defined as buildings not attached to the main building/house and other improvements as designated. The size or measurement of these will be indicated in Other Impr Bldg Area 1-5 when provided by the county. See Appendix A

othimpblg2

Long

Other Improved Building Area 2nd value - Contains the measurements of their respective Buildings and Improvements described in Other Impr Bldg Ind 1-5.

othimpb2in

Text[2]

Other Improvement Building Indicator 2nd value - These fields are defined as buildings not attached to the main building/house and other improvements as designated. The size or measurement of these will be indicated in Other Impr Bldg Area 1-5 when provided by the county. See Appendix A

othimpblg3

Long

Other Improved Building Area 3rd value - Contains the measurements of their respective Buildings and Improvements described in Other Impr Bldg Ind 1-5.

othimpb3in

Text[2]

Other Improvement Building Indicator 3rd value - These fields are defined as buildings not attached to the main building/house and other improvements as designated. The size or measurement of these will be indicated in Other Impr Bldg Area 1-5 when provided by the county. See Appendix A

othimpblg4

Long

Other Improved Building Area 4th value - Contains the measurements of their respective Buildings and Improvements described in Other Impr Bldg Ind 1-5.

othimpb4in

Text[2]

Other Improvement Building Indicator 4th value - These fields are defined as buildings not attached to the main building/house and other improvements as designated. The size or measurement of these will be indicated in Other Impr Bldg Area 1-5 when provided by the county. See Appendix A

othimpblg5

Long

Other Improved Building Area 5th value - Contains the measurements of their respective Buildings and Improvements described in Other Impr Bldg Ind 1-5.

othimpb5in

Text[2]

Other Improvement Building Indicator 5th value - These fields are defined as buildings not attached to the main building/house and other improvements as designated. The size or measurement of these will be indicated in Other Impr Bldg Area 1-5 when provided by the county. See Appendix A

xtrfeat1

Text[9]

Extra Features 1st Area - identifies areas for extra features, such as driveways, fences, paving. An exterior feature potentially adds value to the property but is NOT a building or attribute that has been designated under Other Buildings/Improvements. The area of the feature moves to Extra Features Area, expressed in square feet and/or dimensions

xtrfeat1in

Text[2]

Extra Features 1st Indicator - A one or two-digit code describing the extra feature. The first byte of Extra Feature Indicator represents the feature (driveway, fence, paving) and the 2nd byte, if present, indicates the specific type of feature. It is possible for this field to be populated and not the corresponding Extra Features field. See Appendix A

xtrfeat2

Text[9]

Extra Features 2nd Area - identifies areas for extra features, such as driveways, fences, paving. An exterior feature potentially adds value to the property but is NOT a building or attribute that has been designated under Other Buildings/Improvements. The area of the feature moves to Extra Features Area, expressed in square feet and/or dimensions

xtrfeat2in

Text[2]

Extra Features 2nd Indicator - A one or two-digit code describing the extra feature. The first byte of Extra Feature Indicator represents the feature (driveway, fence, paving) and the 2nd byte, if present, indicates the specific type of feature. It is possible for this field to be populated and not the corresponding Extra Features field. See Appendix A

xtrfeat3

Text[9]

Extra Features 3rd Area - identifies areas for extra features, such as driveways, fences, paving. An exterior feature potentially adds value to the property but is NOT a building or attribute that has been designated under Other Buildings/Improvements. The area of the feature moves to Extra Features Area, expressed in square feet and/or dimensions

xtrfeat3in

Text[2]

Extra Features 3rd Indicator - A one or two-digit code describing the extra feature. The first byte of Extra Feature Indicator represents the feature (driveway, fence, paving) and the 2nd byte, if present, indicates the specific type of feature. It is possible for this field to be populated and not the corresponding Extra Features field. See Appendix A

xtrfeat4

Text[9]

Extra Features 4th Area - identifies areas for extra features, such as driveways, fences, paving. An exterior feature potentially adds value to the property but is NOT a building or attribute that has been designated under Other Buildings/Improvements. The area of the feature moves to Extra Features Area, expressed in square feet and/or dimensions

xtrfeat4in

Text[2]

Extra Features 4th Indicator - A one or two-digit code describing the extra feature. The first byte of Extra Feature Indicator represents the feature (driveway, fence, paving) and the 2nd byte, if present, indicates the specific type of feature. It is possible for this field to be populated and not the corresponding Extra Features field. See Appendix A

schtaxdis1

Text[15]

School/Tax District 1 - Identifies first school and/or tax districts. These fields will be used in different ways, depending on the data provided by the county. If the county provides three or fewer districts, the School/Tax District field will contain the name or description of the district, and an identifying code will move to School/Tax District Indicator. If there are multiple districts, as in many Texas counties, as many districts as possible will move to the three school/tax district fields.

schtax1ind

Text[1]

School/Tax District 1 Indicator. See Appendix A.

schtaxdis2

Text[15]

School/Tax District 2 - see schtaxdis1 description above.

schtax2ind

Text[1]

School/Tax District 2 Indicator. See Appendix A.

schtaxdis3

Text[15]

School/Tax District 3 - see schtaxdis1 description above.

schtax3ind

Text[1]

School/Tax District 3 Indicator. See Appendix A.

neighcode

Text[9]

Parcel Neighborhood Code or geographic area of a parcel as provided by the county.

rawprpfull

Text[60]

Raw Property Full Street Address - component as provided by source.

rawprphsnm

Text[7]

Raw Property House Number - component as provided by source.

rawprpalph

Text[6]

Raw Property House Alpha - component as provided by source.

rawprpdirl

Text[4]

Raw Property Street Direction (placed Left of Street Name) - component as provided by source.

rawprpstnm

Text[30]

Raw Property Street Name - component as provided by source.

rawprpstsx

Text[4]

Raw Property Street Suffix - component as provided by source.

rawprpdirr

Text[2]

Raw Property Street Suffix (place Right of Street Name) - component as provided by source.

rawprpunum

Text[6]

Raw Property Unit Number - component as provided by source.

rawprpcity

Text[30]

Raw Property City Name - component as provided by source.

rawprpstat

Text[2]

Raw Property State abbreviation - component as provided by source.

rawprpzip

Text[5]

Raw Property Zip Code - component as provided by source.

rawprpzip4

Text[4]

Raw Property Zip4 - component as provided by source.

rawmlfull

Text[80]

Raw Full Mailing Street Address - component as provided by source.

rawmlhsnm

Text[7]

Raw Mailing House Number - component as provided by source.

rawmlalpha

Text[6]

Raw Mailing House Alpha - component as provided by source.

rawmldirl

Text[2]

Raw Mailing Street Direction (placed Left of Street Name) - component as provided by source.

rawmlstnm

Text[30]

Raw Mailing Street Name - component as provided by source.

rawmlstsx

Text[4]

Raw Mailing Street Suffix - component as provided by source.

rawmldirr

Text[2]

Raw Mailing Street Suffix (place Right of Street Name) - component as provided by source.

rawmlunnm

Text[6]

Raw Mailing Unit Number - component as provided by source.

rawmlcity

Text[30]

Raw Mailing City Name - component as provided by source.

rawmlstate

Text[2]

Raw Mailing State abbreviation - component as provided by source.

rawmlzip

Text[5]

Raw Mailing Zip Code - component as provided by source.

rawmlzip4

Text[4]

Raw Mailing Zip4 - component as provided by source.

edition

Text[2]

Raw Property Address component as provided by source

own1first

Text[166]

Parsed Owner Name 1 First Name

own1middle

Text[166]

Parsed Owner Name 1 Middle Name

own1last

Text[166]

Parsed Owner Name 1 Last Name

own2first

Text[166]

Parsed Owner Name 2 First Name

own2middle

Text[166]

Parsed Owner Name 2 Middle Name

own2last

Text[166]

Parsed Owner Name 2 Last Name

comments

Text[200]

Additional information regarding a parcel. This information may come from a comments field provided by the county or can be information added by us. If duplicate parcels are present, this field contains a Summary of multiple building records and should contain the Improvement # and any available physical characteristics.

source

Text[10]

Source of parcel data.

amoddate

Date

Attribute Modification Date - reflects any changes to the values that occurred since the last build.

gmoddate

Date

Geographic Modification Date - reflects any changes to parcel geometry that occurred since the last build.

shape_area

Double

Calculated Shape Area based on the parcel datum (decimal degrees)

shape_len

Double

Calculated Shape Length based on the parcel datum (decimal degrees)

 

 

 


 

Appendix A - Code Definitions

 

 

amenities1/amenities2 - Building Amenities

1

ARBOR/PERGOLA

2

MOBILE HOME HOOKUP

3

SAUNA/STEAM ROOM

A

Alarm System

B

Boat Dock / Ramp

C

Club House

D

Wet Bar

E

Intercom System

F

Safe Room /Panic Room

G

Golf Course/Green

H

Audio Sound System

I

Fire Sprinkler

J

BOAT LIFT/DAVITS

K

Outdoor Kitchen/Fireplace

L

Storm or Tornado Shelter/Cellar

N

Wine Cellar

O

Basketball/Sport Court

P

Panic Room

Q

HANDICAP RAMP/ACCESSIBLE

R

RV parking

S

Automatic Sprinkler System (irrigation)

T

Tennis Court

U

OVERHEAD DOOR

V

Central Vacuum System

W

Water Feature

X

STORM/SECURITY SHUTTERS

Y

Koi Pond

blgactype - Building Air Conditioner Type codes

C

Evaporative Cooler

I

Geothermal

R

Refrigeration

V

Ventilation

W

Chilled Water

blgaircond - Building Air Conditioner codes

C

Central

E

Evaporative Cooler

F

Office only

I

Geothermal

K

Packaged Unit

L

Window\Unit

N

None

O

Other

P

Partial

Q

Chilled water

R

Refrigeration

V

Ventilation

W

Wall

Y

Yes

Blgmainind - Building Area Main Indicator codes

blgareain[1-7] - Building Area Indicator codes

1

1st Floor

1F

1st Floor Finished

1U

1st Floor Unfinished

1X

Apartment 1st Floor

2

2nd Floor

2F

2nd Floor Finished

2U

2nd Floor Unfinished

2X

Apartment 2nd Floor

3

3rd Floor

3F

3rd Floor Finished

3U

3rd Floor Unfinished

3X

Apartment 3rd Floor

4

4th Floor

4F

4th Floor Finished

4U

4th Floor Unfinished

4X

Apartment 4th Floor

5

5th Floor

5F

5th Floor Finished

5U

5th Floor Unfinished

5X

Apartment 5th Floor

6

6th Floor

6F

6th Floor Finished

6U

6th Floor Unfinished

6X

Apartment 6th Floor

7

7th Floor

7F

7th Floor Finished

7U

7th Floor Unfinished

7X

Apartment 7th Floor

8

8th Floor

8F

8th Floor Finished

8U

8th Floor Unfinished

8X

Apartment 8th Floor

9

9th Floor

9F

9th Floor Finished

9U

9th Floor Unfinished

9X

Apartment 9th Floor

A

Attic

AF

Attic Finished

AR

ARENA

AU

Attic Unfinished

B

Base Area

BF

Base Area Finished

BU

Base Area Unfinished

BZ

Breezeway

C

Carport

D

Balcony/Overhang

E

Heated Area

F

Loft

FG

Loft-garage

G

Garage

GX

Garage Apartment

H

Chattahoochee (Porch)

HG

HANGAR

HH

HOG HOUSE

I

Effective Area

J

Adjusted Area

K

Finished Area

L

Living Area

M

Building Perimeter

N

Canopy

O

Office area

P

Porch

PA

PAVILION

PC

Porch covered

PE

Porch enclosed

PG

Glass Porch Enclosed

PH

WELL HOUSE/PUMP HOUSE

PO

Porch - Open

PR

Portico (drive under)

PS

Porch screened

Q

Manufacturing

R

Gross Area

S

Utility/Storage Room

SP

SHOP/WORKSHOP

T

Total Area

TR

TERRACE

U

Upper Story

V

Lobby/Vestibule

W

Lower/Basement

WF

Lower/Basement Finished

WU

Lower/Basement Unfinished

X

Apartment

Y

Half Story (3/4 Story)

Z

Mezzanine

blgbasemnt - Building Basement codes

D

Daylight, Full

F

Full Basement

I

Improved Basement (Finished)

L

Daylight, Partial

N

No Basement

P

Partial Basement

U

Unfinished Basement

Y or B

Basement (not specified)

blgclass - Building Class codes

A

Buildings having fireproofed structural steel frames carrying all wall, floor and roof loads. Wall, floor and roof structures are built of non-combustible materials.

B

Buildings having fireproofed reinforced concrete frames carrying all wall, floor and roof loads which are all non-combustible.

C

Buildings having exterior walls built of a non-combustible material such as brick, concrete, block or poured concrete. Interior partitions and roof structure are built of combustible materials. Floor may be concrete or wood frame.

D

Buildings having wood or wood and steel frames.

S

Specialized buildings that do not fit in any of the above categories.

blgcnstype - Building Construction Type codes

A

Adobe

B

Brick

C

Concrete

D

Concrete Block

E

Dome

F

Frame

H

Heavy

L

Light

M

Log

N

Manufactured

O

Other

P

Masonry

Q

Metal

R

Steel

S

Stone

T

Tilt-up (precast concrete)

W

Wood

X

Mixed

blgcondn - Building Condition codes

E

Excellent

F

Fair

G

Good

P

Poor

U

Unsound

V

Average

blgelevatr - Building Elevator Codes

E

Escalator

N

No

Y

Yes

blgextwall - Building Exterior Wall codes

A

Asbestos shingle

B

Brick

C

Brick veneer

D

Block

E

Composition

F

Concrete

G

Concrete Block

H

Glass

I

Log

J

Metal

K

Rock, Stone

L

Stucco

M

Tile

N

Tilt-up (precast concrete)

O

Other

P

Wood Shingle

Q

Wood

R

Wood Siding

S

Siding (Alum/Vinyl)

T

Adobe

V

Shingle (Not Wood)

W

Marble

X

Combination

Y

Masonry

blgflcover - Building Floor Covering codes

A

Asbestos

B

Brick

C

Concrete

D

Dirt/Earth/Soil

E

Covered

F

Floating Floor/laminate (i.e. Pergo)

G

Granite

H

Cork

I

Plywood

L

Linoleum

M

Marble

N

Stone

P

Carpet

Q

Parquet

R

Ceramic

S

Slate

T

Tile

V

Vinyl

W

Wood

X

Combination

Z

Terrazzo

blgfoundn - Building Foundation codes

A

Concrete

B

Crawl/Raised

C

Crossed Walls

D

Masonry

E

Earth

F

Mud sill

G

Stone

K

Concrete Block

L

Piling

O

Other

P

Piers

R

Retaining Wall

S

Slab

T

Footing

W

Wood

blggrgtype - Building (Parking) Garage Type codes

A

Attached Garage

B

Built-in

C

Carport

D

Detached Garage

E

Pole

F

Offsite

G

Garage

K

Unimproved

L

Parking Lot

M

Mixed

N

None

O

Open

P

Paved/Surfaced

R

Ramp

S

Parking Structure

T

Tuck Under

U

Underground/Basement

V

Covered

Y

Yes

blgheating - Building Heating codes

A

Baseboard

B

Electric

C

Central

D

Forced air unit

E

Oil

F

Floor/Wall

G

Gravity

H

Heat Pump

I

Geothermal

J

Hot Water

K

Gas

L

Partial

M

Radiant

N

None

O

Other

P

Steam

Q

Coal

R

Space/Suspended

S

Convection

T

Solar

V

Vent

W

Wood Burning

X

Propane

Y

Yes

Z

Zone

blghtfltyp - Building Heating Fuel Type codes

C

Coal

E

Electric

G

Gas

I

Geothermal

N

None

O

Oil

P

Propane

S

Solar

W

Wood

blgintwall - Building Interior Wall codes

B

Brick

C

Concrete

D

Block

E

Glass

F

Finished/Painted

G

Gypsum Board (Drywall, Sheetrock, etc.)

H

Decorative/Custom

I

Masonry

L

Log

M

Cement Board

N

Composition

O

Other

P

Plaster

R

Paneling

S

Stone

T

Metal

U

Unfinished

V

Vinyl

W

Wood

Y

Minimum/Plywood

blgpool - Building Pool code

A

Above ground pool

B

Pool & Spa (both)

C

Community Pool or Spa

E

Enclosed

H

Heated Pool

I

Indoor Swimming Pool

L

Solar Heated

P

Pool (yes)

S

Spa or Hot Tub (only)

V

Vinyl In-ground Pool

blgroofcvr - Building Roof Cover codes

A

Asbestos

B

Built-up

C

Composition Shingle

D

Concrete

E

Metal

F

Slate

G

Gravel/Rock

H

Tar & Gravel

I

Bermuda

J

Masonite/ Cement Shake

K

Fiberglass

L

Aluminum

M

Wood Shake/ Shingles

O

Other

P

Asphalt

R

Roll Composition

S

Steel

T

Tile

U

Urethane

V

Shingle (Not Wood)

W

Wood

Y

Gypsum

blgrooftyp - Building Roof Type codes

A

GABLE

B

BOWSTRING TRUSS

C

REINFORCED CONCRETE

D

DOME

E

STEEL FRAME/TRUSS

F

FLAT

G

GABLE OR HIP

H

HIP

I

IRR/CATHEDRAL

L

GAMBREL

M

MANSARD

P

PRESTRESS CONCRETE

R

RIGID FRM BAR JT

S

SHED

T

SAWTOOTH

W

WOOD TRUSS

blgstyle - Building Style codes

2

Traditional

A

A-Frame

B

Bungalow

C

Cape Cod

D

Colonial

E

English

F

French Provincial

G

Georgian

H

High-rise

I

Modern

J

Ranch\Rambler

K

Spanish

L

Tudor

M

Mediterranean

N

Conventional

O

Other

P

Prefab, Modular

Q

Mansion

R

Raised Ranch

S

Dome

T

Contemporary

U

Unfinished\Under Construction

V

Victorian

W

Cottage

X

Custom

Y

Log Cabin/Rustic

Z

Historical

gsmtchcode - GeoStan match codes

1

Street Level Geocoded

 

2

Zip 9 Centroid

 

3

Zip 7 Centroid

 

4

Zip 5 Centroid

 

5

Not Geocoded but fixed by "Block Group Fill Gap" (Fill Census Block and average Latitude and Longitude)

 

6

Address source is deed; Street Level Geocoded

 

7

Address source is deed; Zip 9 Centroid

 

8

Address source is deed; Zip 7 Centroid

 

9

Address source is deed; Zip 5 Centroid

latsaldoct - Latest Sale Document Type

 

latvaldtyp - Latest Valid Sale Document Type

 

prevsaldtc - Previous Sale Document Type

 

prvvaldoct - Previous Sale Valid Document Type

AN

Affidavit- Notice of Sale (published or mailed)

CN

Cancelled

CP

Certificate of Purchase/Certificate of Foreclosure Recorded

CS

Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale Date

JF

Foreclosure Judgment Entered

ND

Notice of Default

NF

Newly Filed Complaint

NL

Notice of Lis Pendens

NR

Notice of Rescission

NS

Notice of Foreclosure Sale

NT

Notice of Trustee Sale

OD

Order of Dismissal/ Cancellation/ Release of Lis Pendens

PF

Power of Attorney to Foreclose Mortgage

RD

Re-recorded Notice of Default

RJ

Re-recorded Final Judgment of Foreclosure

RL

Re-recorded Notice of Lis Pendens

RO

Re-Recorded Order of Dismissal

RR

Re-Recorded Notice of Rescission

RS

NF/NS updated with Sale Information (Rescheduled)

RT

Re-recorded Notice of Trustee's Sale

SD

Sold

SR

Re-recorded Notice of Sale

MT

Stand Alone Mortgage

latslprccd - Latest Sales Price code

 

latvalprcd - Latest Valid Sales Price code

 

prevsalecd - Previous Sales Price code

 

prvvalpcod - Previous Valid Sales Price code

salescode - Assessed Sales Price codes

 

-

Assessor Qualified Sale (Not used for comps)

!

Liens Exceed Value or Assumption of Loan. Liens/Loans involved in the transaction exceed market value. (Not used for comps)

#

Sales Price manually computed from the Transfer Tax, but the Transfer Tax amounts were not keyed due to field length limitations. (Not used for comps)

$

Sales Price amount or Transfer Tax to compute Sales Price is blurred or unreadable. (Not used for comps)

%

Unable to calculate Sales Price from given Transfer Tax, additional information is needed.

&

Non-arms length transaction. (Not used for comps)

Sales Price or Transfer Tax rounded by county prior to computation. Varies by county. (Not used for comps)

?

Sold for Taxes. (Not used for comps)

@

Unable to calculate Sales Price from given Transfer Tax, additional information is needed. (Not used for comps)

^

Transfer Tax on document indicated as EXEMPT. (Not used for comps)

|

Document states price as "0", "None", "No Consideration". (Not used for comps)

~

Sales Price computed using current Excise Tax Rate for the given property city name appearing on the transfer record. (Washington State only) (Not used for comps)

0

Full amount computed from Transfer Tax or Excise Tax. (Not used for comps)

2

Full amount stated on Document. (Not used for comps)

3

Partial amount computed from Transfer Tax. (Not used for comps)

4

Sales price computed from Transfer Tax. No indication whether tax was paid on full or partial consideration. (Not used for comps)

5

Comparable Market Value. (Not used for comps)

6

Exchange (Hawaii documents – Special transaction that provides a tax advantage to the parties involved, may cause sales price to be artificial.) (Not used for comps)

7

Full amount from assessment file, when available. (Not used for comps)

8

Document states that Price/Transfer Tax is not a matter of public record. (Not used for comps)

9

From recorded Affidavit of Value or Verified. (Not used for comps)

A

Full amount from assessment file, when available.

B

Sales Price amount or Transfer Tax to compute Sales Price is blurred or unreadable.

C

Comparable Market Value.

D

Full amount stated on Document.

E

Exchange (Hawaii documents – Special transaction that provides a tax advantage to the parties involved, may cause sales price to be artificial.)

F

Full amount computed from Transfer Tax or Excise Tax.

G

Amount of redemption. Only used for Redemption Deeds. (DocType = “RD”)

H

Sales Price computed from county transfer tax based on either full consideration or assessed value (Nebraska counties and Kenosha WI only)

J

Judgment Amount

K

Estimated Sales Price

L

Liens Exceed Value or Assumption of Loan. Liens/Loans involved in the transaction exceed market value.

M

Sales Price manually computed from the Transfer Tax, but the Transfer Tax amounts were not keyed due to field length limitations.

N

Non-arms length transaction. Code Phased out January 2014

P

Partial amount computed from Transfer Tax.

Q

Assessor Qualified the sales price as a comparable for mass appraisal applications

R

Sales Price or Transfer Tax rounded by county prior to computation. Varies by county.

S

Sold for Taxes.

T

Transfer Tax on document indicated as EXEMPT.

U

Sales price computed from Transfer Tax. No indication whether tax was paid on full or partial consideration.

V

From recorded Affidavit of Value or Verified.

W

Sales Price computed using current Excise Tax Rate for the given property city name appearing on the transfer record. (Washington State only)

X

Document states that Price/Transfer Tax is not a matter of public record.

Z

Document states price as "0", "None", "No Consideration".

Othimpb[1-5]in - Other Improvement Building Indicator

A

Barn

B

Bath House

C

Cabin/Cottage

D

Wood Deck

E

Shed

F

Boathouse

G

Greenhouse

H

Pool house/Cabana

I

Silo

J

Lean-to

K

Kennel

L

Stable

M

Milk house/Milking Parlor

N

Patio - Screened

O

Pole

P

Poultry House

Q

Quonset

R

Granary/Grain Bin

S

Storage Bldg

T

Patio

U

Utility Bldg

V

Pool Size (See Field #88-For Pool Code)

W

SYNTHETIC DECK

X

GUEST HOUSE

Y

Loading Platform

Z

Gazebo

ownvestcd - Assessee/Owner Vesting codes

AK

Also known as (A/K/A)

CO

Company/Corporation

CP

Community Property

CT

Contract Owner

DB

Doing business as (DBA)

EA

Et al (and others)

ES

Estate

EU

Et ux (and wife)

EX

Executor

FK

Formerly known as (F/K/A)

FM

Family Trust

GV

Government

HH

Her Husband

HW

Husband and wife

IR

Irrevocable Trust

JS

Joint tenants with right of survivorship

JT

Joint Tenants

JV

Joint Venture

LE

Life Estate

LV

Living Trust

MI

Minor/Guardian

MM

Married Man as his sole & separate property

MW

Married Woman as her sole & separate property

PA

Partnership

RT

Revocable Trust

SM

Single/unmarried man

SO

Sole Owner

SW

Single/unmarried woman

TC

Tenants in Common

TD

Transfer of Death

TE

Tenants by Entirety

TN

Tenant

TR

Trustee/Conservator

TS

Trust

TX

TAXPAYER

WD

Widow/Widower

propsrcflg - Property Source Flag

5

Situs pulled from previous assessment file (from assessment year 2005) - for Orange CA ONLY

A

Situs info pulled from prior year file where:

Prop Address Source Flag was blank in the prior year file, which indicates that the address came from source, or S, which indicates Mailing was created from situs.

B

FULL Situs was created from Mailing Address based on the following criteria:

1. Property address is blank.

2. Standardized land use is residential.

3. Improvement value is greater than zero.

4. Mail full street address starts with a number.

5. Mail city name matches list of County city names.

6. Mail state is the property State.

7. Mail care-of name is blank.

8. Owner name does not include any non-individual ownership indicators.

C

Situs info pulled from prior year file where:

Partial situs address (city, state & ZIP only) was created from the mailing address AND there is NO property Street Address, City and ZIP available in the current source file.

D

Situs pulled from match deed record - for Orange CA ONLY

F

Situs info pulled from prior year file where:

Full situs address was created from the mailing address and Field Owner Occupied = “Y”, or Situs house number was created from mailing address if the property street name = mail street name

H

House number (#) created from mail address when Property Street = Mail Street and it's an improved property based on value.

L

Situs info pulled from prior year file where:

Full situs address was populated from deed or SAM records.

M

FULL Situs was created from Mailing Address.

O

Situs manual created/corrected by comparison to neighboring parcels - for Orange CA ONLY

P

Partial creation of Situs Address (City, State & Zip only) from the mailing address.

S

Mail Address created from situs (SFR Only!)

X

Situs info pulled from prior year file where:

Situs manual created/corrected by comparison to neighboring parcels - for Orange CA ONLY

stax[1-3]ind - School/Tax District Indicator codes

A

Water

C

Conservation

D

Drainage

F

Fire

H

Historical

L

Special Services

M

Municipality

N

Sanitation

P

Public Improvement

R

Transportation

S

School

T

Tax

U

Utility

W

Waste Management

X

Miscellaneous

sewer - Sewer System codes

M

Municipal

N

None

R

Storm

S

Septic

Y

Yes

taxexemcod - Tax Exemption Codes

A

Agricultural

 

B

Disabled (any)

 

C

Cemetery

 

D

Homestead

 

E

Tax Exempt

 

F

Senior Citizen

 

G

Government

 

H

Historical

 

I

Low Income

 

J

Partial Exempt

 

K

Head of Household

 

L

Library/Museum

 

M

Miscellaneous

 

N

Non-profit

 

O

Orphanage

 

P

Public Utilities

 

Q

Charity/Fraternal Org.

 

R

Religious/Church

 

S

School/College

 

T

Hospital/Medical

 

U

Redevelopment Agency

 

V

Veteran

 

W

Welfare

 

X

Railroad

 

Y

Native American

 

Z

Widow/er

topography - Topography codes

A

Above street level

B

Below street level

E

Level grade

H

High elevation

I

HILLY

L

Low Elevation

M

MOUNTAIN

O

ROCKY

P

SWAMPY

Q

MARSH

R

ROLLING

S

STEEP

W

WOODED

X

MIXED

Y

BRUSHY

water - Water codes

C

Cistern

M

Municipal

N

None

S

Spring

W

Well

Y

Yes

xtr feat[1-4] - Extra Feature codes

BB

BILLBOARD/SIGN

BH

BULKHEAD/SEA WALL

C

COURTYARD

D

Driveway

DA

Driveway asphalt

DB

Driveway bomanite

DC

Driveway chat

DK

Driveway brick

DO

Driveway concrete

DP

Driveway paver

DR

Driveway gravel

DT

Driveway tile

E

ENCLOSURE (GENERIC)

F

Fence

FC

Chain link fence

PA

Asphalt paving

PC

Concrete paving

PV

Pavers

RS

RAILROAD SPUR/SWITCH

RW

RETAINING WALL

S

SIDEWALK

SE

SCREEN ENCLOSURE (NOT SPECIFIED)

SW

SKYWAY

T

CELL SITE, TOWER, ANTENNA

W

BRICK/ROCK/MASONRY WALL

 

 


 

Appendix B

Standardized Land Use Codes

 

 

0010

Miscellaneous (General)

0011

Pipeline or Right-of-Way

0012

Rail (Right-of-way & track)

0013

Road (Right-of-way)

0014

Utilities (Right-of-way ONLY)

0015

Sub-Surface Rights (mineral)

0016

Surface Rights (Grazing, timber, coal, etc.)

0017

Leasehold Rights (misc.)

0018

Possessory Interest (misc.)

0019

Petroleum & Gas Wells (misc.)

0020

Water Rights (misc.)

0021

Right-of-Way (not rail, road or utility)

0022

Easement (misc.)

0023

Homestead (Misc.)

0024

Common Area (misc.)

0025

Royalty Interest

0026

Working Interest

0027

Vacant parcels with improvements

0500

Personal property (general)

0510

Vehicles (general)

0511

Motor vehicles (cars, trucks, etc.)

0512

Travel trailers

0513

Watercraft (ships, boats, PWCs, etc.)

0514

Aircraft

0515

Rolling stock (railroad)

0516

Spacecraft

0519

Misc vehicles not otherwise classed (antiques, etc.)

0520

Business personal property (general)

0521

Equipment / supplies

0522

Inventory

0523

Goods in transit

0524

Livestock (animals, fish, birds, etc.)

0525

Crops (in ground)

0526

Crops (harvested)

0529

Misc Business Personal Property not otherwise classed

0530

Structures (general)

0532

Structures on leased land (may include Mobile Homes -- see "MH Land Use")

0533

Temporary structures

0539

Misc structures not otherwise classed (billboards, etc.)

0540

Intangible personal property

0599

Misc personal property not otherwise classed

1000

Residential (General) (Single)

1001

Single Family Residential

1002

Townhouse (Residential)

1003

Cluster home (Residential)

1004

Condominium (Residential)

1005

Cooperative (Residential)

1006

Mobile home

1007

Row house (Residential)

1008

Rural Residence (Agricultural)

1009

Planned Unit Development (PUD) (Residential)

1010

Residential Common Area (Condo/PUD/etc.)

1011

Timeshare (Residential)

1012

Seasonal, Cabin, Vacation Residence

1013

Bungalow (Residential)

1014

Zero Lot Line (Residential)

1015

Misc Residential Improvement

1016

Manufactured, Modular, Prefabricated Homes

1017

Patio Home

1018

Garden Home

1019

Landominium

1100

Residential Income (General) (Multi-Family)

1101

Duplex (2 units, any combination)

1102

Triplex (3 units, any combination)

1103

Quadruplex (4 units, any combination)

1104

Apartment house (5+ units)

1105

Apartment house (100+ units)

1106

Garden Apt, Court Apt (5+ units)

1107

High Rise Apartments

1108

Boarding House, Rooming House, Apt Hotel, Transient Lodgings

1109

Mobile Home Park, Trailer Park

1110

Multi-Family Dwellings (Generic, any combination 2+)

1111

Fraternity House, Sorority House

1112

Apartments (generic)

1113

Dormitory, Group Quarters (Residential)

1114

Residential Condominium Development (Association Assessment)

1901

Residential Parking Garage

1902

Residential Storage Space

1999

Single Family Residential

2000

Commercial (General)

2001

Retail Stores ( Personal Services, Photography, Travel)

2002

Store (multi-story)

2003

Store/Office (mixed use)

2004

Department Store (apparel, household goods, furniture)

2005

Department Store (multi-story)

2006

Grocery, Supermarket

2007

Regional: Shopping Center, Mall (w/Anchor)

2008

Community: Shopping Plaza, Shopping Center, Mini-Mall

2009

Neighborhood: Shopping Center, Strip Center, Enterprise Zone

2010

Shopping Center COMMON AREA (parking, etc.)

2011

Veterinary, Animal Hospital

2012

Restaurant

2013

Drive-thru Restaurant, Fast Food

2014

Take-out Restaurant (food preparation)

2015

Bakery

2016

Bar, Tavern

2017

Liquor Store

2018

Convenience store (7-11)

2019

Convenience Store (w/fuel pump)

2020

Service station (full service)

2021

Service station w/convenience store (food mart)

2022

Truck stop (fuel and diner)

2023

Vehicle Rentals, Vehicle Sales (auto/truck/RV/boat/etc.)

2024

Auto repair (& related), Garage

2025

Car wash

2026

Dry Cleaner, Laundry

2027

Service Shop (TV, radio, electric, plumbing)

2028

Florist, Nursery, Greenhouse (retail/wholesale)

2029

Wholesale Outlet, Discount Store (Franchise)

2030

Printer - Retail (PIP, QwikCopy, etc.)

2031

Mini-Warehouse, Storage

2032

Day care, Pre-school (Commercial)

2033

Motel

2034

Hotel

2035

Parking Garage, Parking Structure

2036

Parking Lot

2037

Funeral Home, Mortuary (Commercial)

2038

Casino

2039

Hotel-Resort

2040

Hotel/Motel

2041

Gas Station

2042

Stores & Apartments

2043

Commercial Building, Mail Order, Show Room (non-auto), Commercial Whse

2044

Comm/Ofc/Res Mixed Use

2045

Appliance Store (Circuit City, Good Guys, Best Buy)

2046

Kennel

2047

Laundromat (self-service)

2048

Nightclub (Cocktail Lounge)

2050

Farm Supply & Equipment (Commercial)

2051

Garden Center, Home Improvement (Do-It-Yourself)

2052

Commercial Condominium (not offices)

2053

Drug Store / Pharmacy

2054

Bed & Breakfast

3000

Commercial Office (General)

3001

Professional Bldg (legal; insurance; real estate; business)

3002

Professional Bldg (multi-story)

3003

Office Bldg (General)

3004

Office Bldg (multi-story)

3005

Dental Bldg

3006

Medical Bldg

3007

Financial Bldg (Bank, S&L; Mtge; Loan; Credit)

3008

Condominium Offices

3009

Skyscraper/High Rise (Commercial Offices)

3010

Mixed Use (Commercial/Industrial)

3011

Common Area (commercial, not shopping center or Association Asmnt.)

3012

Mobile Commercial Units

4000

Recreational/Entertainment (General)

4001

Recreation Center

4002

Public Swimming Pool

4003

Boat slips, Marina, Yacht Club (recreation/pleasure), Boat Landing

4004

Bowling Alley

4005

Arcades (Amusement)

4006

Skating rink, Ice Skating, Roller Skating

4007

Clubs, Lodges, Professional Associations

4008

Museums, Library, Art Gallery (Recreational)

4009

Country Club

4010

Stadiums

4011

Arenas, Convention Center

4012

Auditoriums

4013

Driving Range (Golf)

4014

Race track (auto; dog; horse)

4015

Gym, Health Spa

4016

Dance Hall

4017

Riding Stable, Trails

4018

Campground, RV Park

4019

Fairgrounds

4020

Theater (movie and legitimate)

4021

Drive-In Theater

4022

Amusement Park, Tourist Attraction

4023

Piers, Wharf (Recreation)

4024

Fish Camps, Game Club, Target Shooting

4025

Outdoor Recreation: Beach, Mountain, Desert

4026

Pool Hall, Billiard Parlor

4027

Park, Playground, Picnic Area

4028

Golf Course

4029

Racquet Court, Tennis Court

4030

Zoo

4031

Go-karts, Miniature Golf, Water slides

5000

Industrial (General)

5001

Manufacturing (light)

5002

Light Industrial (10% improved office space; Machine Shop)

5003

Warehouse (Industrial)

5004

Storage yard, Open Storage (light equipment, material)

5005

Food Packing, Packing Plant (fruit; vegetable; meat, dairy)

5006

Assembly (light industrial)

5007

Food Processing (candy; bakery; potato chips)

5008

Recycling (metal; paper; glass; etc.)

5009

Communications (see 6500 series)

5010

Condominiums (Industrial)

5011

R&D Facility, Laboratory, Research Facility, Cosmetics, Pharmaceutical

5012

Industrial Park

5013

Multi-Tenant Industrial Bldg.

5014

Marine Facility/Boat Repairs (small craft or sailboat)

5015

Lumber & Wood Product MFG (including furniture)

5016

Paper Product MFG & related products

5017

Printing & Publishing (Light Industrial)

5018

Industrial Loft Building, Loft Building

5019

Construction/Contracting Services (Industrial)

5020

Common Area (Industrial)

6000

Heavy Industrial (General)

6001

Transportation

6002

Distribution Warehouse (Regional)

6003

Mining (oil; gas; mineral, precious metals)

6004

Storage yard (junk; auto wrecking, salvage)

6005

Distillery, Brewery, Bottling

6006

Refinery, Petroleum Products

6007

Mill (feed; grain; paper; lumber; textile; pulp)

6008

Factory (apparel, textile products, leather, medium mfg.)

6009

Processing Plant (minerals; cement; rock; gravel; glass; clay)

6010

Lumberyard, Building Materials

6011

Shipyard/Storage - Built or Repaired (seagoing vessels)

6012

Slaughterhouse, Stockyard

6013

Waste Disposal, Sewage (processing; disposal; storage; treatment)

6014

Quarries (sand; gravel; rock)

6015

Heavy Manufacturing

6016

Labor Camps (Industrial)

6017

Winery

6018

Chemical

6019

Foundry, Industrial Plant (metal; rubber; plastic)

6020

Cannery

6021

Bulk Storage, Tanks (gasoline, fuel, etc.)

6022

Grain Elevator

6023

Dump Site

6024

Cold Storage

6025

Sugar Refinery

6500

Transportation & Communications (General)

6501

Airport & related

6502

Railroad & related

6503

Freeways, State Hwys

6504

Roads, Streets, Bridges

6505

Bus Terminal

6506

Telegraph, Telephone

6507

Radio or TV Station

6508

Truck Terminal (Motor Freight)

6509

Cable TV Station

6510

Harbor & Marine Transportation

6511

Microwave

6512

Commercial Auto Transportation/Storage

6513

Pollution Control

7000

Agricultural / Rural (General)

7001

Farm (Irrigated or Dry)

7002

Ranch

7003

Rangeland (grazing)

7004

Crop land, Field Crops, Row Crops (all soil classes)

7005

Orchard (fruit; nut)

7006

Vineyard (Agricultural)

7007

Poultry Farm (chicken; turkey; fish; bees; rabbits)

7008

Dairy Farm

7009

Timberland, Forest, Trees (Agricultural)

7010

Wildlife (Refuge)

7011

Desert or Barren Land

7012

Pasture, Meadow

7013

Misc. Structures - Ranch, Farm, Fixtures

7014

Grove (Agricultural)

7015

Feedlots

7016

Livestock

7017

Horticulture, Growing Houses, Ornamental (Agricultural)

7018

Well Site (Agricultural)

7019

Truck Crops

7020

Reservoir, Water Supply

7021

Irrigation, Flood Control

7022

Natural Resources

7023

Rural Improved / Non-Residential

8000

Vacant Land (General)

8001

Residential-Vacant Land

8002

Commercial-Vacant Land

8003

Industrial-Vacant Land

8004

Private Preserve, Open Space-Vacant Land (Forest Land, Conservation)

8005

Institutional-Vacant Land

8006

Government-Vacant Land

8007

Multi-Family-Vacant Land

8008

Agricultural-Unimproved Vacant Land

8009

Waste Land, Marsh, Swamp, Submerged-Vacant Land

8010

Recreational-Vacant Land

8011

Water Area (Lakes; River; Shore)-Vacant Land

8012

Unusable Land (Remnant, Steep, etc.)

8013

Abandoned Site, Contaminated Site

8014

Under Construction

8500

Special Purpose

8501

SBE - Special Assessments

8502

Regulating Districts & Assessments; Tax Abatement

8503

Redevelopment Agency or Zone

8504

Centrally Assessed

9000

Exempt (full or partial)

9001

Indian Lands

9100

Institutional (General)

9101

Religious, Church, Worship (Synagogue, Temple, Parsonage)

9102

Parochial School, Private School

9103

College, University, Vocational school-PRIVATE

9104

Hospital-PRIVATE

9105

Medical Clinic

9106

Homes (retired; handicap, rest; convalescent; nursing)

9107

Children's Home, Orphanage

9108

Cemetery (Exempt)

9109

Crematorium, Mortuary (Exempt)

9110

Charitable organization, Fraternal

9111

Recreational Non-Taxable (Camps, Boy Scouts)

9112

Private Utility (Electric; Water; Gas; etc.)

9200

Governmental/Public Use (General)

9201

Military (office; base; post; port; reserve; weapon range; test sites)

9202

Forest (park; reserve; recreation, conservation)

9203

Public School (administration; campus; dorms; instruction)

9204

Colleges, University-PUBLIC

9205

Post Office

9206

Cultural, Historical (monuments; homes; museums; other)

9207

Govt. Administrative Office (Federal; State; Local; Court House)

9208

Emergency (Police; Fire; Rescue; Shelters, Animal Shelter)

9209

Other exempt property

9210

City, Municipal, Town, Village Owned (Exempt)

9211

County Owned (Exempt)

9212

State Owned (Exempt)

9213

Federal Property (Exempt)

9214

Public Health Care Facility (Exempt)

9215

Community Center (Exempt)

9216

Public Utility (Electric; Water; Gas; etc.)

9217

Welfare, Social Service, Low Income Housing (Exempt)

9218

Correctional Facility, Jails, Prisons, Insane Asylum

9219

Hospital-PUBLIC

9300

Historical-PRIVATE (General)

9301

Historical Residence

9302

Historical Retail

9303

Historical Warehouse

9304

Historical Office

9305

Historical Transient Lodging (hotel/motel)

9307

Historical Recreation, Entertainment

9308

Historical Park, Site, Misc.

9309

Historical District

 

Appendix C

Geolocation Codes

 

 

AC00

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC01

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary, from a non-User Dictionary.

AC02

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC03

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC04

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC05

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC06

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC07

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point and both came from non-User Dictionaries.

AC08

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC09

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC0A

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC0B

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment endpoints. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC0C

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC0D

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from non-User Dictionary.

AC0E

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC0F

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC10

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC11

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary, from a non-User Dictionary.

AC12

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC13

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC14

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC15

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC16

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC17

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point and both came from non-User Dictionaries.

AC18

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC19

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC1A

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC1B

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment endpoints. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC1C

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC1D

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from non-User Dictionary.

AC1E

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC1F

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC20

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC21

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary, from a non-User Dictionary.

AC22

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC23

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC24

Represennts the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC25

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC26

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC27

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point and both came from non-User Dictionaries.

AC28

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC29

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC2A

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC2B

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment endpoints. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC2C

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC2D

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from non-User Dictionary.

AC2E

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC2F

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC30

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC31

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary, from a non-User Dictionary.

AC32

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC33

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC34

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC35

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC36

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC37

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point and both came from non-User Dictionaries.

AC38

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC39

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC3A

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC3B

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment endpoints. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC3C

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC3D

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from non-User Dictionary.

AC3E

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC3F

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC70

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC71

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary, from a non-User Dictionary.

AC72

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC73

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC74

Represents the interpolation between 2 points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC75

Represents the interpolation between 2 points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AC76

Represents the interpolation between 1 point (low boundary) and 1 street segment end point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC77

Represents the interpolation between 1 point and 1 street segment end point and both came from non-User Dictionaries.

AC78

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC79

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC7A

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from User Dictionaries.

AC7B

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment endpoints. The low boundary came from a User Dictionary and the high boundary from a non-User Dictionary.

AC7C

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point (low boundary) and 1 point (high boundary). The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC7D

Represents the interpolation between 1 street segment end point and 1 point, both coming from non-User Dictionary.

AC7E

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points. The low boundary came from a non-User Dictionary and the high boundary from a User Dictionary.

AC7F

Represents the interpolation between 2 street segment end points, both coming from non-User Dictionaries.

AG0

Not Applicable/No Description

AG1

Not Applicable/No Description

AG2

Not Applicable/No Description

AG3

Not Applicable/No Description

AI0

Not Applicable/No Description

AI1

Not Applicable/No Description

AI2

Not Applicable/No Description

AI3

Not Applicable/No Description

AI7

Not Applicable/No Description

AP00

Not Applicable/No Description

AP02

Not Applicable/No Description

AP04

Not Applicable/No Description

AP05

Not Applicable/No Description

AP07

Not Applicable/No Description

AP08

Not Applicable/No Description

AP09

Not Applicable/No Description

AP10

Not Applicable/No Description

AP21

Not Applicable/No Description

AR1

Not Applicable/No Description

AR2

Not Applicable/No Description

AR4

Not Applicable/No Description

AR7

Not Applicable/No Description

AS0

Not Applicable/No Description

AS1

Not Applicable/No Description

AS2

Not Applicable/No Description

AS3

Not Applicable/No Description

AS7

Not Applicable/No Description

AX3

Not Applicable/No Description

AX8

Not Applicable/No Description

CBC

Not Applicable/No Description

CTL

Not Applicable/No Description

CCH

Not Applicable/No Description

CFC

Not Applicable/No Description

CPL

Not Applicable/No Description

CBH

Not Applicable/No Description

CTC

Not Applicable/No Description

CCL

Not Applicable/No Description

CFH

Not Applicable/No Description

CPC

Not Applicable/No Description

CBL

Not Applicable/No Description

CTH

Not Applicable/No Description

CCC

Not Applicable/No Description

CFL

Not Applicable/No Description

CPH

Not Applicable/No Description

E

Not Applicable/No Description

GM

Not Applicable/No Description

GC

Not Applicable/No Description

GS

Not Applicable/No Description

ZB5A

Address matched to a single segment. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB5a

Address matched to a single segment, but the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB5B

Address matched to multiple segments, all segments have the same Block Group. Location assigned to the middle of the matched street segment with the most house number ranges within this ZIP + 4. Location offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB5b

Same as methodology B except the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB5C

Address matched to multiple segments, with all segments having the same Census Tract. Returns the Block Group representing the most households in this ZIP + 4. Location assigned to the middle of the matched street segment with the most house number ranges within this ZIP + 4. Location offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB5c

Same as methodology C except the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB5D

Address matched to multiple segments, with all segments having

the same County. Returns the Block Group representing the most

households in this ZIP + 4. Location assigned to the middle of the

matched street segment with the most house number ranges

within this ZIP + 4. Location offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB5d

Same as methodology D except the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB5E

Street name matched; no house ranges available. All matched segments have the same Block Group. Location placed on the segment closest to the center of the matched segments. In most cases, this is on the mid-point of the entire street.

ZB5F

Street name matched; no house ranges available. All matched segments have the same Census Tract. Location placed on the segment closest to the center of the matched segments. In most cases, this is on the mid-point of the entire street.

ZB5G

Street name matched (no house ranges available). All matched segments have the same County. Location placed on the segment closest to the center of the matched segments. In most cases, this is on the mid-point of the entire street.

ZB5H

Same as methodology G, but some segments are not in the same County. Used for less than .05% of the centroids.

ZB5I

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodologies A, a, B, and b. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Block Group. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB5J

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodologies A, a, B, b, C, and c. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Census Tract. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB5K

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodologies A, a, B, b, C, c, D, and d. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB5L

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodology E. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Block Group. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB5M

Created ZIP+2 cluster centroid as defined by methodology E and F. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Census Tract. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB5N

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodology E, F, G, and H. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB5V

Over 95% of addresses in this ZIP Code are in a single Census Tract. Location assigned to the ZIP Code centroid.

ZB5W

Over 80% of addresses in this ZIP Code are in a single Census Tract. Reasonable Census Tract accuracy. Location assigned to the ZIP Code centroid.

ZB5X

Less than 80% of addresses in this ZIP Code are in a single Census Tract. Census ID is uncertain. Location assigned to the ZIP Code centroid.

ZB5Y

Rural or sparsely populated area. Census code is uncertain.

Location based upon the USGS places file.

ZB5Z

P.O. Box or General Delivery addresses. Census code is uncertain. Location based upon the Post Office location that delivers the mail to that address

ZB7A

Address matched to a single segment. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB7a

Address matched to a single segment, but the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB7B

Address matched to multiple segments, all segments have the same Block Group. Location assigned to the middle of the matched street segment with the most house number ranges within this ZIP + 4. Location offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB7b

Same as methodology B except the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB7C

Address matched to multiple segments, with all segments having the same Census Tract. Returns the Block Group representing the most households in this ZIP + 4. Location assigned to the middle of the matched street segment with the most house number ranges within this ZIP + 4. Location offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB7c

Same as methodology C except the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB7D

Address matched to multiple segments, with all segments having the same County. Returns the Block Group representing the most households in this ZIP + 4. Location assigned to the middle of the matched street segment with the most house number ranges within this ZIP + 4. Location offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB7d

Same as methodology D except the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB7E

Street name matched; no house ranges available. All matched segments have the same Block Group. Location placed on the segment closest to the center of the matched segments. In most cases, this is on the mid-point of the entire street.

ZB7F

Street name matched; no house ranges available. All matched segments have the same Census Tract. Location placed on the segment closest to the center of the matched segments. In most cases, this is on the mid-point of the entire street.

ZB7G

Street name matched (no house ranges available). All matched segments have the same County. Location placed on the segment closest to the center of the matched segments. In most cases, this is on the mid-point of the entire street.

ZB7H

Same as methodology G, but some segments are not in the same County. Used for less than .05% of the centroids.

ZB7I

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodologies A, a, B, and b. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Block Group. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB7J

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodologies A, a, B, b, C, and c. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Census Tract. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB7K

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodologies A, a, B, b, C, c, D, and d. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB7L

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodology E. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Block Group. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB7M

Created ZIP+2 cluster centroid as defined by methodology E and F. All centroids in this ZIP + 2 cluster have the same Census Tract. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB7N

Created ZIP + 2 cluster centroid as defined by methodology E, F, G, and H. Location assigned to the ZIP + 2 centroid.

ZB7V

Over 95% of addresses in this ZIP Code are in a single Census Tract. Location assigned to the ZIP Code centroid.

ZB7W

Over 80% of addresses in this ZIP Code are in a single Census Tract. Reasonable Census Tract accuracy. Location assigned to the ZIP Code centroid.

ZB7X

Less than 80% of addresses in this ZIP Code are in a single Census Tract. Census ID is uncertain. Location assigned to the ZIP Code centroid.

ZB7Y

Rural or sparsely populated area. Census code is uncertain.

Location based upon the USGS places file.

ZB7Z

P.O. Box or General Delivery addresses. Census code is uncertain. Location based upon the Post Office location that delivers the mail to that address

ZB9A

Address matched to a single segment. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB9a

Address matched to a single segment, but the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB9B

Address matched to multiple segments, all segments have the same Block Group. Location assigned to the middle of the matched street segment with the most house number ranges within this ZIP + 4. Location offset to the proper side of the street.

ZB9b

Same as methodology B except the correct side of the street is unknown. Location assigned in the middle of the matched street segment, offset to the left side of the street, as address ranges increase.

ZB9C

Address matched to multiple segments, with all segments having the same Census Tract. Returns the Block Group represen