The State now offers parcel maps and tax assessment data for all 55 counties in West Virginia at www.MapWV.gov/parcel
Free Map Downloads
Printed Map Prices
We sale printed tax maps at the following prices.
- 8.5″ x 11″ Tax Map – $0.25
- 8.5″ x 14″ Tax Map – $0.25
- 11″ x 17″ Tax Map – $0.50
- 18″ x 24″ Tax Map – $1.00
- 24″ x 36″ Tax Map – $2.00
- Digital Tax Map CD – $1.00
If mailed, postage charges will apply.
Report A Map Error
We make every reasonable effort to make our maps as accurate as possible, but errors may exist. Please use this form to report any suspected errors. The error will be researched and corrected where appropriate. You may also contact our office by phone at 304-799-4750.
Other Map Resources
Below are links to other West Virginia map resources you might be interested in.
Frequently Asked Questions about Tax Maps:
What are tax maps?
How do I find my property boundaries?
What’s the difference between a tax map and a survey plat?
Survey Plat: A survey plat is a professional drawing of the property boundaries. It will include the direction and distance of each property line and may include other things like the location of right of way easements and structures. A professional surveyor is required to be licensed by the state. Unlike tax maps, survey plats are considered an authoritative source and can be used for legal and engineering purposes. An official survey will have a seal indicating the name and license number of the surveyor who created the plat.
How do I locate a deed?
Deed’s are maintained in the County Clerk’s office. All deeds are public records and deed books can be viewed at the County Clerk’s office and online at www.pocahontascountyclerk.com
When are tax maps updated?
How do I hire a surveyor?
My property is mapped incorrectly, what should I do?
While tax maps are only intended to represent the general location, we strive to create as accurate maps as possible. Please report a description of any errors using the form located above on this page. The error will be researched and corrected where appropriate. Please note that we can only use public records to make corrections. You might know where your property boundary is, but that does not mean there has ever been a description of that boundary put on public record in the courthouse. If no boundary description can be found in the property’s deed or chain of title, it is up to the property owner to either record a survey plat or corrective deed containing a property boundary description.
If you have a survey plat and your property is mapped incorrectly, please use the form above to notify us of the problem. We will verify if the plat is recorded in the courthouse. Surveyors do not record their plats in the courthouse, this is the responsibility of the property owner. If there is no plat on public record in the courthouse, then we can not use it to correct our maps. You can record plats with the Pocahontas County Clerk’s Office.
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