County Surveyor

The County Surveyor is responsible for any surveying duties pertaining to the County and for settling boundary disputes when directed by a court or when requested by interested parties. 

The County Surveyor establishes the boundaries of county property, including road rights-of-way, and supervises construction surveys that impact the county. County surveyors also create survey markers and monuments, as well as conduct surveys relating to toll roads and reservoirs. 

State law requires that County Surveyors meet the requirements to qualify as a professional land surveyor and requires Surveyors to file an official bond of $1,000 with the County Clerk and Recorder. 

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