Where's my property line?

You may be provided with a plat of your property, but unless the land has been recently surveyed and pins placed by a licensed surveyor, you cannot assume that the plat or existing property pins are accurate. Many of the original property pins are still in existence on properties. They are made of rebar and can often be located with the use of a metal detector. If your pins cannot be located, then a survey may be necessary. Fences that separate properties are often misaligned with the property lines, so it is important to know where your property pins are located in order to avoid problems later.

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1. Can my views change?
2. Where's my property line?
3. What is a Track, Block and Lot number?
4. How do I find my track, block and lot number
5. Do I need a permit for a fence, shed, carport...etc?
6. Where do I get a plot plan?
7. Where can I get a recorded Plat?
8. Has my application been approved?
9. How do I file for an extension?
10. What are the fees?
11. Where do I find the District's available land for sale?
12. How much are real estate taxes in Pueblo West?
13. Where is the drop box? How do I drop off my application and check?
14. How do I place an offer for purchase on the District's available land?