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    Announcements from the Land Information Office

    Parcel Owner Updates now quarterly!

    The Land Information Office is now providing quarterly updates to owner information for parcels in ALL municipalities, on the same schedule as cadastral updates. This is an improvement from annual updates made to non-Milwaukee municipalities. We hope this will serve you better! Questions? Contact us at


    You're Invited: April 26 GITA meeting on Data Collection Solutions

    Mark your calendars and plan to attend the Data Collection Solutions seminar sponsored by the Wisconsin Chapter of the Geospatial Information and Technology Association and hosted by the American Transmission Company (ATC) on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. Speakers from Green Bay Water Utility, Wisconsin Emergency Management, the City of Kenosha/Ruekert & Mielke, and Peoples Gas will present on a variety of interesting topics. To register, contact Thomas Tym at or (262) 523-4488.


    Save the Date: Pictometry training March 23

    Save the date! Pictometry, our provider of aerial photography and web-based imagery analysis tools, will be visiting in Milwaukee County on Thursday, March 23, 2017 to provide training to new and existing Connect Explorer users. Staff from Milwaukee County and its municipalities are welcome to attend one of three two hour sessions beginning at 8:15 am, 10:30 am, and 2:00 pm at the Milwaukee County courthouse. Stay tuned for registration and further details.


    LiDAR-derived vegetation now available

    With the aid of the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC), the MCLIO has recently finished processing the 2015 LiDAR flight to extract approximate canopy polygons. The ground-classified LAS files were further classified to deliniate vegetation points 8 ft tall or higher (but under 100 ft), and planar features such as building roofs were removed. The final product is available via Dropbox in a zipped file geodatabase. We recommend overlaying the vegetation polygons on top of our 2015 aerial photography! However, keep in mind that the data contains noise; some of the features mistakenly detected as vegetation (think semi trucks, electrical wires) based on height range alone will require manual processing to remove. We encourage you to download the data and let us know how you use and modify it for your needs.


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