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  1. Lauderdale County GIS Maps are cartographic tools to relay spatial and geographic information for land and property in Lauderdale County, Alabama. GIS stands for Geographic Information System, the field of data management that charts spatial locations. GIS Maps are produced by the U.S. government and private companies.

  2. (256) 760-5785 Appraisal/Mapping: Appraisal/Mapping is divided into three sections. Real Property Appraisal is responsible for the valuation of land and improvements (houses, buildings, barns and pools) that are permanently attached to the land. (256) 760-5780

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  4. View the latest county commission meeting minutes. The Lauderdale County Commission meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Past meeting minutes will be posted as they are approved. Past Meeting Minutes.

  5. Family Court Division OR District Court Division OR Circuit Court Division (depending on the records you are looking for) 200 Court Street. Florence, Alabama 35620. Because all of the major courts in Lauderdale County, Alabama are located at the same physical address, you can use the same address above no matter which court you are looking for.

  6. Find Lauderdale County Property Records Lauderdale County Property Records are real estate documents that contain information related to real property in Lauderdale County, Alabama. Public Property Records provide information on homes, land, or commercial properties, including titles, mortgages, property deeds, and a range of other documents.

  7. The Lauderdale County property appraiser is responsible for finding, locating, and fairly valuing all property within Lauderdale County with the purpose of assessing the taxable value. It's generally done at market value, which is essentially what someone would pay for the current state of your property.

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