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The CCCPWD Flood Control Division had to transfer hard-copy map information to a GIS format. These maps detail the right-of-way parcels owned by the County. In addition to outlining the boundaries of these parcels, many of these maps contain hand-written notes and additional information. In most cases the information contained in the notes and maps is unique with no backups and the person maintaining the information had long since retired. The goals were to capture right-of-way boundaries and attributes to graphically show data and create an archive of the right-of-way information. Users will be able to view the information to determine who owns the land and to determine possible encroachment issues. Once in a digital format, right-of-way information can be easily maintained and changes can be tracked. Additionally, the information can be easily backed up and kept safe in the event of a catastrophe.