How do tax maps differ from the GIS Mapping?

Tax maps are updated annually as new plats are recorded in the Circuit Court Clerk's Office and used for the purpose of creating each parcels unique identifiers or Tax Map Numbers, relate the ownership record to their approximate location within the boundaries of the County and are used as a visual reference for property owners, surveyors and the like. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) maps are intelligent data sets used for analyzing or identifying specific information such as flood designations, sanitary districts, zoning, mosquito control districts as well as being used by various departments of the County and State for analysis of data.

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1. I have a question related to how much tax I remit annually; as such do I seek answers from the Assessor or Board of Supervisors?
2. What are the Commissioners duties as they relate to Real Estate?
3. How do the values listed in the Land Book differ from the values found on the Real Estate Assessment website?
4. How do tax maps differ from the GIS Mapping?
5. What is the purpose of the Land Use Program?
6. Why does the Mailing Address on my real estate record differ from other property records in the County?
7. Why are some properties Tax Exempt?
8. How are Tax Relief programs administered?
9. Why does my Tax Bill indicate I have an additional tax to the nominal rate assessed all other property?