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Layer: Ridgefield (ID: 172)

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Name: Ridgefield

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Description: Source Darien (2009), Tigh and Bond 2008: Ridgefield (2008), New Fairfield (2009)Sewell Sherman (2009)Parcel Data Suspected is from DEEP Parcel Data (2011): Wilton, Bethel, New Fairfield, Brookfield, Bridgewater. Deep Description Below.Connecticut Parcels includes parcel information for selected towns in Connecticut where parcel data was available in digital format at the time the data was acquired from the town or other state agency data sources. Data is neither comlete nor current. Boundaries are not based on survey information. This parcel layer includes information provided by individual municipalities. These parcel data are incomplete and out of date. The accuracy, currency and completeness of the data reflect the content of the data at the time DEEP acquired the data from the individual municipalities. Attribute information is comprised of values such as town name and map lot block number. These data are not updated by CT DEEP and should only be used as a general reference. Critical decisions involving parcel-level information should be based on more recently acquired information from the respective municipalities. These parcels are not to be considered legal boundaries such as boundaries determined from certain classified survey maps or deed descriptions. Parcel boundaries shown in this layer are based on information from municipalities used for property tax purposes. Largely due to differences in horizontal accuracy among various data layers,these parcel boundaries wll not line up exactly with or be properly postioned relative to features shown on other layers available from CT DEEP such as scanned USGS topography quadrangle maps, roads, hydrography, town boundaries, and even orthophotograpy.A 2017 set of parcel data was collected from TeleAtlas for the following towns: Greenwich, Stamford, Norwalk, Westport, New Canaan, Redding, Danbury, Newtown, New MilfordWeston had its own 2017 update from NEGEOModifications to data: Data was edited to standardize it among multiple sources. Building units, water bodies, slivers, and right of way have been removed. Parcels which had no identifer but looked like parcels were provided a code 'UNK' + ID2Data Limitations: The data is not consistent from original sources, and time acquired. There are different formats in the database from the original sources and geometry is not consistent on the borders.

Copyright Text: 2017 WestCOG

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