Public Land Survey Editing is a configuration of ArcMap that can be used by mapping technicians to maintain an accurate inventory of control points and related public land survey system (PLSS). It organizes control points and the public land survey system (townships, sections, aliquot divisions and special surveys) in a fabric data model that can be maintained with the ArcGIS for Desktop Parcel Editor toolbar.
The Public Land Survey Editing map includes a toolset that can be used to manage the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) and publish a series of PLSS layers in the Cadastral National Spatial Data Infrastructure (CadNSDI) data format. These publication layers can also be used as a foundation for tax mapping and other boundary inventories in local and state government agencies.
Public Land Survey Editing requires specific software.
When you download Public Land Survey Editing, you'll find the following files:
|A folder containing tools for migrating data to a staging geodatabase and parcel fabric.
|A folder containing the Python script and toolbox used to create the Cadastral National Spatial Data Infrastructure (CadNSDI) layers.
|The Attribute Assistant toolbar and a series of predefined methods to automatically populate attributes (for example, parcel identifiers) when features are created and updated.
|A map document used to collect and manage control points and the public land survey system.
|ArcGIS for Local Government geodatabase with content from the City of Naperville, Illinois.
Below are the release dates and notes for Public Land Survey Editing.