Author Archives: North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office
HPOWEB relies heavily on the fantastic, true-color, 6-inch-per-pixel, aerial imagery served up by NC One Map. In 2010 the entire state was flown, and since 2012 a separate quarter of the state’s 100 counties have been updated with new imagery … Continue reading
One benefit of using a Geographic Information System (GIS) computer mapping software is the ability to overlay historic paper maps on contemporary aerial imagery. The HPOWEB mapping website now provides users the opportunity to view over a dozen maps published … Continue reading
All 100 North Carolina counties now have parcel data available for viewing in HPOWEB! See our previous blog post for more information about what detail information is available and how you can search for the property you need!
As of this week, users of HPOWEB can now display the parcel boundaries of 25 counties across North Carolina! These parcel data are provided as a service by NC One Map as their initial foray into creating a single, standardized … Continue reading
You spoke, we listened. You wanted more access to our GIS historic resource data, so we’re providing it. In addition to our interactive web map – HPOWEB, in addition to the streamable web map services we publish, and in addition … Continue reading
Last week we notified readers that some long-awaited upgrades to HPOWEB were soon to be published. The improvements are now live, and we will post blurbs and tutorial videos about them to the NC HPO Facebook page. In addition to … Continue reading
Long-awaited upgrades to HPOWEB will be published next week, likely on Thursday, July 25 or Friday, July 26. One structural change: we will now publish General Audience and Advanced User versions of HPOWEB to accommodate better the different needs of … Continue reading