Use thePoint web application to find the property by the address or street name, and verify the jurisdiction and zoning.
Verifying the Street Address
- Using the “Address Information” tool located at the top of the thePoint web application, you can enter in a specific address. If the address is valid, the address information will display in a window along with other information about the property.
- If you use the “Identify” tool, also located at the top of the thePoint web application, you can click on an address. A separate window will display the layers you clicked on.
- In the example below, the address, building, and tax parcel “Identify” is displayed.
Verifying the Property Owner
- Using the “Identify” or “Address Information” tools on the thePoint web application, click on the “House” icon in the “Identify” window or click on the “GC Tax Info” link in the “Address Information” window to view property owner information.
Verifying a Property's Jurisdiction
- Using the “Identify” tool on thePoint web application, click on the “Link to Appraisal Data” icon in the “Identify” window. In the Administrative Data section of the Property Summary, there is a field named City. If the field is blank it is not within a city; otherwise, a value is presented (e.g. High Point).
- Alternatively, you can go to Accela Citizen Access and click on “Lookup Property Information” in the “General Information” box and enter the address. Then click on the “Parcel Number” which is a hyperlink to additional information. The presented information has a field named, “Jurisdiction”. If the value = “High Point” you are within the city limits. If the value = “ETJ” you are within Guilford County, but within High Point’s Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction and the city's development jurisdiction.
Finding the Property's Zoning
- Open thePoint web mapping application and click on the "Address Information" icon (it looks like a bulls eye) located at the bottom of the screen.
- In the window that opens, enter the street address of the property.
- A table of data will appear in the window that is specific to that property and listed under "Zoning Designation," at the bottom of the table, is the base zoning district for the property.
- To find additional zoning information applicable to the property, click on the "Layers" menu box in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Then click on "Zoning" in the drop-down menu and click on the small triangle to the left of the box for another drop-down menu of zoning approvals. Click any of the boxes to find applicable zoning approvals, such as zoning overlays, historic property designations, special use permits, and variances. The map will indicate if the property is subject to these zoning approvals.
- For zoning district information, including any adopted zoning conditions, click "Zoning" in the drop-down menu under "Zoning" in the "Layers" menu box. In the window that opens, and listed under the "Results" heading, are icons for zoning information. Click on the ordinance icon to open a link to the zoning district information contained in the Development Ordinance. If the conditional zoning icon is visible, then the property is subject to adopted zoning conditions. Click on that icon to open information on the adopted zoning conditions.