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The post office is the authority that designates zip codes and towns. You can check their zip code finder for the best available information.
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Sometimes the Post Office, a mortgage company, or some other entity will want to see an "address verification" for a property.
The addresses on file for your taxes are kept by the assessor.
You can fill out this online form or call the Coconino County Assessor's office at 928-679-7962. Once you update your mailing address with the Assessor, it will also update in the parcel viewer.
We can help! Streets that aren't related to a subdivision can be named if:
Here is the process we'll follow:
To get started, send us an email at email@example.com, and provide the following:
It depends. If you are seeing out of date owner information on the Parcel Viewer, we can check in with the Assessor and see where the parcel is in the process.
Use this document of helpful hints!
Several types of GIS data are freely available for download. Go to Coconino County Open Data.
Coconino County's Parcel Data falls under the County-wide User Fee structure described here.
To purchase Parcel Data:
What will your parcel data purchase include?
To buy parcel data that includes ownership info, please call the assessor at 928-679-7962.
Legal descriptions are held by the Coconino County Assessor’s office, 928-679-7962.
Legal descriptions can be found online on the Assessor's website.
Refer to this information from the Coconino County Treasurer:
Plat Maps are held by the Coconino County Assessor’s office, 928-679-7962.
Plat Maps can be found online on the Assessor's website.
Coconino County's LiDARl Data falls under the County-wide User Fee structure described here.
To purchase LiDAR Data:
We're always happy to help direct you to the right place: firstname.lastname@example.org, (928) 679-7800.