We definitely had fun with the State/County/City when it came to "researching legal right of ways" with our property. We ended up with four - 4 - separate street addresses, we let the 911 people pick our address. We also were able to prove - to our City's chagrin - that there are no utility easements on our property and where the street runs next to us there is ONLY an easement that is 10" on one end and 18" on the other.If your researching legal right of ways you could use the ORKA site: https://www.kansasgis.org/orka/
Not every county is on there. Just depends on how upidy they are about their data (JOCO).
I have found that you get what you pay for with DASC. Also, TIGER road lines are worthless. If you have access to geospatial software, you could use the LIDAR data from DASC though to see elevation contours.
If anyone is in the market for some paper maps, I could potentially create some pretty detailed stuff.
It is similar to the type of county maps shown in the link ( https://www.farmandhomepublishers.com/ ) you provided. They were plat maps, but a lot more detailed, at least more detailed than the plate map I have for our property. I know they republished the books each year.If they have the county listed, you can usually go into the county courthouse and buy one.
Yes, I'm in Sumner.Yes. You in Sumner?
Ah...I ask because that's one of our counties.
Dude. Congratulations! My wife and I are hopeful adoptive parents. I completely understand.I would love to get away. However, we're adopting and having our own baby in the next 3 months. If we could do a local meetup and maybe head up to Olsberg, I'd be game.