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    Kevin Rhatigan
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    @jilldewit
    @stevenbutala
    @mikedugan

    Hi Mike, Jill, Steve et al

    I heard yesterday’s call was amazing. Sorry I could not be on it but my daughter and son in law were in CO for a visit.

    Can anyone tell me the best way to find GPS coordinates for a parcel? The county I am working in does not use Range, Section, Township. They give you the abbreviation for the subdivision, block#, lot#.

    When you put this into Google Earth it will not locate the parcel. I can get a GIS map from the county but Google Earth is not much help.

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  • Jill DeWit
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    Google Earth Pro is the answer!

    You can input APN and go right there and get the correct GPS coordinates. More counties being added all the time.

    Kevin Rhatigan
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    Post count: 107

    @jilldewit

    Thanks Jill but when I enter the APN # on Google Earth Pro it cannot find the parcel. The APN works in other counties but not the one I am working in.

    Any other suggestions?

    Brian Mc
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    Post count: 6

    Hey Kevin I have the same problem with Google Earth. I select APN search and use the GPS coordinates provided, and more often than not I don’t get a result. If you can get latitude and longitude coordinates then you can use Google Maps to find the location. Try this website: https://www.gps-coordinates.net

    Kevin Rhatigan
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    @brianmc86

    Hi Brian! Thanks for the suggestion. I’m going to try that right now.

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