Where is my property line?
Property lines are determined by subdivision of land into lots or parcels. Legal descriptions define the location of the property on the ground.
When a new subdivision is created, it will have metal bars with a cap (called a hub) that identifies the corners of lots. The surveyor hired by the developer of the subdivision establishes these physical points.
Older subdivisions may no longer have markers at the lot corners.
If there is a dispute between property owners, the only correct way to find the property line locations is by hiring a private surveyor to mark those corners.

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1. Who do I contact for general Engineering questions?
2. How do I find Engineering design requirements for Ogden City?
3. How do I find buried utility information for Ogden City?
4. How do I find information regarding a Right-of-Way permit?
5. How do I know when I need to get an engineering Right-of-Way permit?
6. How do I know if I can work in the city Right-of-Way?
7. How do I pull a Right-of-Way permit?
8. How do I know if I have the correct license to do the work I am applying for?
9. How do I determine the cost for an engineering permit?
10. Where is my property line?
11. How do I resolve property address issues?
12. Where can I find flood maps for my area?