How do I access Assessment Information?
Step 1: Access our GIS website by selecting the "Interactive Mapping" link.
Step 2: Select the "GIS Viewer" application, and wait for the map to load.
Step 3: From the drop down select Owner Name, Address, Street, Parcel ID, or Parcel ID Search by Parcel Boundary. Then enter your parameters and click "Search". Any matching candidates will be listed. Simply click on one of the results to zoom to that area.
Step 4: At the bottom you will find following hyperlinks: Picture,
Sketch, Tax Map and Property Card. The link labeled Property Card will provide the Assessment Information in a page you can print out on your home or office printer.
How up to date is your GIS data?
That depends on which layer you are referring to. Layers that change often such as parcel lines, parcel text, addresses, road centerlines, etc. Are updated as quickly as the information is filed and processed. planimetric Layers (Building footprints, edge of pavement, sidewalks, etc.) were captured from a 2015 aerial flight.
How up to date is the CAMA (Property) data?
Assessment Data is updated on these sites every morning. Please note that our data is only as current as the Assessor's CAMA data for the beginning of the current business day.
Why are some stock maps not available for download?
Due to file size, some stock maps cannot be posted for download. If you'd like a copy of this stock map, please contact us if you'd like a copy. (Note, charges may apply)
Is this data considered Survey-accurate?
No. We make every effort to be as accurate as possible but this data should be in no way considered survey accruate.
The Planimetric and Topographic information depicted on this site was compiled by The Sanborn Mapping Company and is based on an aerial flight that was performed in April 2009. The Horizontal Datum is based on North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83 Feet) and the Vertical Datum is based on National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1988 (NGVD 88). Property information has been derived from recorded deeds, plats, public records, and other data. The intent of this information is to provide the user with a graphical representation of real property, planimetric, topographic and other digital information for the Town of Groton. The user should not rely on the data provided herein for any reason. The map and database information is believed to be accurate but accuracy is not guaranteed, and the information contained in this website is NOT under any circumstance to be construed or used as a "legal description". Any errors or omissions should be reported to the Town of Groton GIS Department, (email@example.com). In no event will the Town of Groton be liable for any damages, including loss of data, lost profits, business interruption, loss of business information or other pecuniary loss that might arise from the use of this mapping service or the information it contains.
Where can I report inaccuracies with the data?
Inaccuracies regarding the GIS data can be reported to IT_HelpDesk@groton-ct.gov. For any questions regarding assessment data, please contact the Town's Assessment Office at 860-441-6660.
What Internet Browsers are supported?
All web applications on the GIS Interactive Mapping page can be viewer in any web browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Edge, Chrome and Safari). All web applications can be viewed on any PC, tablet or smartphone.
When I click the Print button, no map shows up.
First make sure that your pop-up blocking software is disabled. Printing maps also requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to be installed.
Do the Interactive Map Viewers provide any information for surrounding towns?
No. The information provided is for the Town of Groton only. Some layers contain data for surrounding towns but they are used for cartographic purposes only. We do not develop or maintain data for surrounding towns.