The data for roads and highways comes from The OpenStreetMap (OSM) project. OpenStreetMap is a project aimed at creating a free, worldwide geographic data set that focuses on transportation infrastructure. The OpenStreetMap data is mostly collected by OSM project members using GPS devices and then entered into a central database with specialized editors. As a part of this transport infrastructure, OpenStreetMap contains roads for the state of Wisconsin. DNR staff downloaded the road data for Wisconsin through the GeoFabrik website in 2016 (GeoFabrik is a company that supports OpenStreetMap and helps make the data accessible to the public). The OpenStreetMap data is periodically updated by DNR staff as they become aware of specific issues with the data.
The Office of the Clay County Property Appraiser has the following active assessment roll data for complimentary download. The data is updated the first of the month. If it falls on a weekend, it will be updated the following week.
This is the old style water quality text file that displays the major cations and anions for each well along a row. Be advised that the values in this download may be detection limit values, not actual measured values. Please use the reports above to obtain all water quality values for the well and to check for detection limit values. Select the county below and press the \"Download CSV\" button to download the file.
The following UDOT Traffic Emergency Alert has been posted on the UDOT Traffic website. For access to all of the information please visit udottraffic.utah.gov or download the UDOT Traffic App for iPhone or Android.
Mailing address:Utah Department of Transportation4501 South 2700 WestPO Box 14XXXX (To locate a box number please download the complete list)Salt Lake City, UT 84114-XXXX (Please use the last four numbers of the PO Box above) 59ce067264