GIS Team Refines City Boundary for City of Brookshire
Two members of the BIS Consulting GIS team have been working with the City of Brookshire and researching their records, dating back over seventy years, to confirm the city boundary. After over two months of work, the GIS team members were able to clarify and confirm the city boundary and, during the process, discovered at least forty- three parcels that had not paid taxes to the City of Brookshire for a number of years. This city is a relatively small town; therefore, these missing parcels represent a noticeable drop in tax revenue.
During the investigation and data reconciliation project, the GIS team mapped out twenty-six annexations and have re-established the City of Brookshire’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, or ETJ. In effect, this allows the City of Brookshire police, ambulance and fire crews to service this area beyond the official city boundary.
Now that the investigation is complete, GIS is sending their data to Waller County Appraisal District, so that the county records may be updated. You can see the map data at this link gis.bisconsultants.com/cityofbrookshire/
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