Modified Access to County Offices - COVID-19 Notice
In the interest of protecting the safety of both Jackson County's citizens and our employees, County offices are transitioning to minimize in-person contact among both staff and the public by conducting business via the telephone, email, internet, and in-person appointments only when necessary. Please feel free to call us at 541-774-6191 for an appointment or email us at: Surveyor@jacksoncounty.org. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. These measures will remain in effect until further notice.
New Reference Station Coordinates
Beginning 1/11/16 the County Surveyor's reference station will be broadcasting a position based on NAD83(2011)EPOCH 2010.0000. Rinex files will also carry the NAD83(2011)EPOCH 2010.0000 position.
Fee Schedule on Map, Plat Review & Filing Shall Not Increase for Fiscal Year 2015
As a self supporting department with no general fund support the County Surveyor's Office is pleased to announce that there shall be no changes in fees as we enter fiscal year from 2014. In an economy which sees ever increasing costs across all spectrum's; would like to thank our hard working staff who continues to find ways to improve operational efficiency to keep costs in check. We are proud to pass efficiency generated savings onto the public.
Surveyor's Office Makes Records Instantly Available Online
The County Surveyor’s Office is proud to offer expanded services to the citizens of Jackson County.
Effective August 7, 2014 the County Surveyor’s Office has made all filed survey records from 1947 to present instantly available to the public through the Surveyor’s web site (www.jacksoncountyor.org/surveyor).
You can determine if a record exists for a specific property through the Survey Index Map application and subsequently obtain a copy of a survey though the Survey Records page. As always please feel free to visit us to obtain large format print copies. Survey records.Surveys have been required to be filed with the County Surveyor since 1947 per state law; however the County Surveyor has records dating back to 1850 which can be obtained by visiting the office and are in the process of being converted to digital format.
Jackson County Surveyor, Scott Fein is now a Certified Federal Surveyor
County Surveyor, Scott Fein has joined an elite group of Land Surveyors by becoming a Certified Federal Surveyor (CFEDS). Surveyors who hold this certification are trained by the U.S. Department of the Interior to address our nations most complex boundary and land title issues. There are only 600 CFEDS nationwide, this is a true benefit to the citizens of Jackson County.
Jackson County Surveyor releases a new website with increased public service.
You can now access the Survey Index Map online providing you a geographic locator to all surveys filed in Jackson County since 1947. Additionally, you can subscribe to access all of the surveys and plats for a flat rate through the Survey Records page.
The Roll Map Index is online under the services tab to help you determine which roll map record you need.
Substantial effort has been placed into compiling our records into digital form.
Our staff is very proud to offer you this new site, we hope you find it useful, enjoy!