AGENCY: Wasatch County (Utah). County Recorder

SERIES: 25215
TITLE: Recorded surveys
DATES: 1987-
ARRANGEMENT: Numerical by survey number

DESCRIPTION: These are surveys by professional land surveyors (private, county, state) made within the county that establish or reestablish any private property, right-of-ways and subdivision plats are also to be included as survey plats when there there is a surveyor's certificate involved, and boundary monument. The surveyor is required to file a map of the survey within ninety days. The survey maps are required to show the following information: survey location by quarter section, township and range; the survey date; the drawing scale and north point; "the distance and course of all lines traced or established, giving the basis of bearing and the distance and course to a section corner or quarter corner, including township and range, or identified monument within a recorded subdivision; all measured bearings, angles, and distances separately indicated from from those of record; a written boundary description of property surveyed; all monuments surveyed; all monuments set and their relation to older monuments found; a detailed description of monuments found and monuments set, indicated separately; the surveyor's signature, seal or stamp; and the surveyor's name and address." The map is also required to contain written narratives that explain and identify the purpose of the survey; the basis on which the lines were established; and the found monuments and deed elements that controlled the established or reestablished lines (UCA 17-23-17(2) (1995)). The map and narrative are required to be created on a "material of a permanent nature on stable base reproduciable materials in the sizes required by the county surveyor (UCA 17-23-17(4) (1995).


Permanent. Retain until administrative need ends


Transfer to Archives.


Retention and disposition for this series is authorized by Archives general schedule Recorded surveys and index, GRS-384

AUTHORIZED: 06/25/2019


Paper: Retain in Office until scanned and then microfilm provided original is returned to the surveyor.

Microfilm master: Retain in State Archives permanently with authority to weed.

Microfilm duplicate: Retain in Office permanently.

Optical disks: Retain in Office permanently.