House Bill 959 was signed into law on July 11,2016 as Session Law 2016-90. One action of this law was the rescission of all transportation corridor official maps adopted pursuant to the Transportation Corridor Official Map Act.
In response to the passing of this law, the roadway corridor map layer has been removed from GeoData. If you would like to see the location of the roadway corridor when it was in effect, you can do that by accessing the Assessment Map Archives. "September 23, 2016 Tax News Story regarding the Passing of House Bill 959."
To use the Assessment Map Archives, click on the year you are interested in researching such as 2012.
There you will find a list of all tax maps as of 1/1/2012.
Let's say your PIN is 6835-36-3505.000.
Use the first four digits of the Parcel Identification Number (PIN) to select the appropriate map P 6835. Please notice you have the option of P 6835.01, P 6835.02, P 6835.03 or P 6835.04. This is due to the map being cut into quadrants. You will use the middle two numbers of the PIN to locate the quadrant you need. Using the Quadrant Grid map you will see that block 36 is in quadrant 01. So, you will select P 6835.01 from the list.
Once the map is displayed you use the last four digits of the PIN (3505) to locate the parcel on the map within block 36.
If you have any questions about these maps or how to use them, please call the Tax Customer Care Center at 336-703-2300.