HUNT by onXmaps Plat Coverage Map
The Plat Coverage Map tells you at a glance which states we provide data for in our HUNT products and within each state, which counties include plat data. Due to differing state regulations and availability of data, every state and county displays different amounts of coverage. If your state or county makes the plat data available, we make every effort to include it in our maps and will continue to seek out sources of data for states that we don’t yet have full coverage for.
There are 5 different colors on our HUNT Plat Coverage Map to represent different levels of plat coverage within our HUNT Map products:
- Our ‘HUNT Orange’ color indicates that we provide full coverage for a given county. This includes land owner names and private land boundaries.
- 'Light Orange' counties indicate that we only currently provide data for that county in our HUNT App products. Most Light Orange counties will eventually become HUNT Orange once we have full coverage across all platforms for them.
- If a county is shaded ‘Brown’, this indicates that a county has partial plat coverage data. ‘Partial Coverage’ means that some areas of the county may be incomplete regarding either private land boundaries or private land owner names.
- In ‘Dark Gray’ counties, we only provide private land boundaries without land owner names & information. This may mean that the given county doesn’t make private land owner information readily available, or that we are currently seeking an acceptable source for the data.
- ‘Light Gray’ counties indicate that we don’t possess any private land data for the county. Most ‘Light Gray’ counties are located in states that we currently don’t offer HUNT Premium products for, but are being worked on for future release.
What is 'Plat Coverage'?
The word ‘Plat’ is used to describe the division of a section of land. Plat maps have been used historically for land use planning and developing zoning regulations. There are different levels of detail depending on what plat map you are looking at. For example, a plat map may show a section of land divided into blocks depicting streets and alleyways with no private lots shown. Another plat map may show the same area in more detail and divide the blocks into different lots or parcels, often including the land owner’s name.