Enter the parcel number into the "Search by Parcel Number" box. Then click the "Find" button.

Enter the street address into the "Search by Address" box. Include the whole address. Then click the "Find" button.

If multiple matching parcels are found, you will see a list of matches below the map. Click a link for a match to display details on the parcel and highlight it on the map. If only one matching parcel is found for your search, it will be also be highlighted and details will display. The tabs here allow you to generate a demographic or business report for the area around the parcel.

Demographic Report: Enter the distance or drive time you want the report to cover. Then click on the "Generate Report" button for distance or drive time and a demographic report will be created. You may email the report or export it to PDF, Word or Excel format by clicking the appropriate icon above the report. To clear the report and map graphics, click on the "Clear Results" link at the bottom-right of the map.

Business Report: Enter the distance around the property you want the report to cover. Then click "Generate Report" and a report by industry category on nearby businesses will be created. The map will display the circle area or driving area covered by the report. Clicking an industry category expands it to display the individual businesses in the category. These businesses are also displayed on the map with icons. Hover over an icon on the map to display a popup with information on its name and employees. Hovering over a business in the list will also display its popup on the map.

The "Community Profile" panel allows you to obtain demographic and business data for communities in your area. Select a community from the dropdown menu and select which kind of report you would like to generate: Demographic, Consumer Expeditures or Business and Workforce. Then click "Show Profile". The map highlight the community, and the report will display below the map. The reports can be sent by email or saved as a PDF, Word or Excel document.
Use the "Go to Location" panel to jump quickly to a point on the map by entering its latitude and longitude. Note that you can also obtain the latitude (Y) and longitude (X) of any location by moving the mouse on the map and observing the display in the lower left of the map.
In addition to being able to turn on and off individual layers using the Layers panel, you can also choose a basemap. These basemaps may include aerial imagery, streets, topography, as well as locally-based maps. Only one basemap can be selected at a time. To change the basemap, click on the radio button above the map to the right of the Basemap title.
The Layers panel allows you to display additional information on the map. Check the box on the left side of a layer name to display the data on the map (note that some layers will only display at certain zoom scales; if you don’t see the layers, try zooming in or out). The symbol for the map features is shown next to the layer name, though if the layer uses more than one symbol, hover over the little "i" symbol to expand and see all its symbols. You can click on the "i" symbol to hold the legend open for that layer (click the "i" again to hide that legend).

To hide the Layers panel, click the Layers button again.
You can move the map center by clicking and dragging on the map (sometimes another tool may be active, which cause a different action when clicking on the map). You can zoom the map in and out by clicking on the slider on the upper left of the map. You can click the up/down arrows on either edge of the slider to zoom in/out, or click and drag the slider button. You can also click on the slider itself to immediately change the zoom level of the map.

You can also use the tools above the map to navigate. The "Pan" tool allows you to recenter the map. Click on the Pan tool, then click and drag on the map to move it.

Use the "Zoom In" and "Zoom Out" tools to zoom the map in or out. Click the tool, then click and drag on the map to draw a rectangle. The smaller the rectangle you draw, the more you will zoom in (or zoom out if using that tool). TIP: you can zoom in the map at any time by holding the Shift key and dragging a box on the map (or Shift+Ctrl to zoom out).

The keyboard pad can be used as a zoom tool as well. Click the plus (+) key to zoom in, the minus (-) key to zoom out, and the arrow keys to pan (move) the map around.
Use the Street View tool to display the Google StreetView for a street location. Click the tool to activate it, then click on the map to open the StreetView at the location clicked. If no StreetView is available for the location clicked, you can try another location. The StreetView window display just below the map. You can use the mouse to rotate around the StreetView display. Click the arrows on the street photo to advance the StreetView along the street. To close StreetView, click the Close Street View link above the StreetView display.
Use the "Sketch and Measure" tool from the toolbar just above the map to select a specific point or draw an area or region you want to focus on. If you draw a line or shape (polygon), the application will also display information about the length (and for polygons, the area). Use the "Remove" button on the toolbar to erase points, lines, shapes and labels. Additional clicks will remove items in the reverse order added.
Click the dropdown menu to find the following options:

Point: Click to add a point symbol on the map.

Line: Click and drag towards any direction to draw a line.

Shape: Click to start drawing your shape. Move your mouse and click to draw successive parts of the polygon shape. To finish the shape, double click on the last point you want to add.

Free Line: Click and drag the mouse to draw a freehand line. Points are added automatically every few pixels along the path you drag. Release the mouse to finish drawing.

Free Shape: Click and drag the mouse to draw a freehand shape (polygon). Points are added automatically every few pixels along the path you drag. Release the mouse to finish drawing.

To add a label text to the map, first enter some text in the box to the right of the "Add Label" button. Click the "Add Label" button, and then click on the map where you want the text to be placed. To remove labels or shapes, click the Remove button on the right side of the toolbar. Additional clicks will remove items in the reverse order added.