Building a Statewide Parcel Database for the Public. Peter Herreid Department of A dministration. Howard Veregin State Cartographer’s Office. Goals of Presentation. Peter Outline Statewide Parcel Initiative and its linkages to Act 20 Howard
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Outline Statewide Parcel Initiative and its linkages to Act 20
Describe “Version 1 Parcel Map Database Project” and its relationship to the Parcel Initiative
A “conventional” data integration approach
Source datasets are physically integrated based on a common data model
Resulting database is a snapshot in time
No change required to source data formats or local government workflows.
Distribution formats are varied.
Meet Act 20 requirements and needs of community.
Outside of scope of SCO project.
Updating is necessary.
Source data must be reingested.
Integration is complex.
Stored, repeatable procedures.
Common data model.
Ultimately, data standards.
Precursor to “Version1” project
Statewide parcel and address layers for WI Public Service Commission
Sept 2014, ends Sept 2015
Extent of data sharing by local governments for public-facing data remains to be seen
Excellent response for EBM project!
Believe that many local govt’s will freely participate, and that we will reach data sharing agreements with the others