Tax Maps

Finding a tax map using an address:

Open the “Lookup by Location” document, find your property address.  Once you find your address, you’ll find the property’s Map,Lot(also known as “Parcel ID���) and Page number.
For example, Somersworth City Hall is located at 1 Government Way with a Map number of 11, a Lot number of 212 and a page of F5 (Parcel ID 11 212 on page F5).

From the list of pages, click on F5.  Once that page is open, look for the property with a Parcel ID of 11 212.

Finding a tax map using the Property Map Index:

Open the Property Map Index.  The Property Map Index is a map of the entire City.  You can open this map and find a location that you want to see with more detail.  Once you find that location on the Property Map Index, notice the number that corresponds with that row to the left and the letter that corresponds with that column on the top.  That letter/number combination is the Page number you want to look for.


The Geographic Information Systems data issued by the City is for planning purposes only. Property information shown in the parcel maps was compiled from the existing Assessor’s tax maps maintained by the Department of Development Services. Parcel boundary data was NOT compiled through property research and recompilation. The City assumes no legal responsibility for the information shown on these maps.

The tax maps were last printed in 2009.

Lookup by location
Property Map Index

Page A5
Page A6
Page A7
Page A8

Page B2
Page B3
Page B4
Page B5
Page B6
Page B7
Page B8
Page B9
Page B10

Page C1
Page C2
Page C3
Page C4
Page C5
Page C6
Page C7
Page C8
Page C9
Page C10
Page C11

Page D1
Page D2
Page D3
Page D4
Page D5
Page D6
Page D7
Page D8
Page D9
Page D10
Page D11
Page D12

Page E4
Page E5
Page E6
Page E7
Page E8
Page E9
Page E10
Page E11
Page E12

Page F5
Page F6
Page F7
Page F8
Page F9
Page F10
Page F11

Page G6
Page G7
Page G8
Page G9
Page G10

Page H7
Page H8
Page H9