How do I know where my property line is?

Property lines are usually marked by property pins, which are required to be in, and stay in, place. Plat maps and property descriptions are helpful in determining property lines. If there is confusion as to where the property line actually is, and no pins or markers are evident, a survey may be needed to determine where the line actually is. Surveys will most often be the financial responsibility of the person benefiting from the survey.

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1. I have a life threatening emergency and I can't get out on the County roads -- what do I do?
2. How are funds for Public Works obtained?
3. Who do I call if I have a complaint or need service?
4. Can I put signs out along the road?
5. Can I park or store vehicles, trailers or other property along the road in front of my property?
6. What is a right-of-way?
7. What is an easement?
8. How do I know where my property line is?
9. Where can I put the snow when I plow my driveway?
10. The snowplow blocked my driveway with a berm of snow, when will they come and clean it up?