Certified Survey Map in Wisconsin

Land Tech Surveying and Engineering, LLC, can help those in need of a Certified Survey Map.  Every county in the state of Wisconsin requires a Certified Survey Map (CSM) for all divisions of land that result in the creation of a new lot, tract or parcel (up to 4 lots).

The first step in any land division is to contact your local County Zoning Department to set up a date for a preliminary consultation.  This consultation is used to promote a better understanding of the developer’s intentions and County regulations.  This early contact can also reduce potential delays in the review process by giving both parties a clearer picture of what is needed.

Land Tech can now complete the CSM and submit it to the Planning Department for review.  If changes or corrections are required in the CSM, then we will make the needed changes. Following the review, the CSM is taken to the Register of Deeds office for recording.  Land Tech is very familiar with the County procedures and can provide further information regarding these requirements.

It is important to remember that this process does take some time.  Plan accordingly.  Other required permits, such as sanitary permits or building permits, may be delayed until the CSM is recorded.  Make sure that enough time is allotted for all the necessary reviews.  For further information on this process, please contact John Downing with Land Tech Surveying & Engineering, LLC, at 262-367-7599. You can also check out our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at landtechsurveying@gmail.com.