Interactive Mapping Service Disclaimer


The maps and information provided by the Milwaukee County Land Information Office's Interactive Mapping Service are not legal instruments and are to be used for reference purposes only, not as a substitute for legally recorded maps, surveys, or other documents.  Acreages and dimensions of lands abutting waterways may fluctuate due to erosion and other natural phenomena. Milwaukee County assumes no liability for any damages or loss whatsoever resulting from the use or misuse of the maps and information offered through this service. The maps and information provided here have been compiled from various state, county, municipal, and private sources, and are maintained by their sources for a wide variety of purposes. Therefore, Milwaukee County cannot guarantee the quality, content, accuracy, completeness, or currency of the information transmitted by this service, and provides such information without expressed or implied warranties, subject to the terms and conditions stated in this Disclaimer. While Milwaukee County makes every attempt to provide accurate, complete, and up-to-date information, it shall not be held responsible for any discrepancies contained herein. If discrepancies are found, please contact the MCAMLIS Project Manager via the "Submit Feedback" link located at the top of this page. Milwaukee County reserves the right to change any content offered through this service without prior notice. Milwaukee County does not warrant that this service will be uninterrupted. Use of the Interactive Mapping Service constitutes acceptance of all terms and conditions in this Disclaimer.


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For best results, the Interactive Mapping Service should be viewed with Internet Explorer 8 & 9 (or 10 with Compatibility View) or Firefox 3 & 4 at a minimum screen resolution of 1024x768. More information on browser compatibility or technical issues can be found here.

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