What is the map, plat and lot for a property and how do I find it?

The map, plat, and lot for a specific property is an individual identification for a parcel in Town. There are 3 sets of numbers which identify a parcel (ex. 001-015-235 OR 1-15-235).

There are a few ways the map, plat and lot can be found for a property. One way is to find the parcel on the Town's GIS website. Another way is to enter the Northeast Revaluation database for East Greenwich and enter the address of the property. If you are still having trouble, you can e-mail the Planning Department and we will provide you with the answer.

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1. What is the map, plat and lot for a property and how do I find it?
2. How do I find out the zoning of a property?
3. How do I figure out the set-backs of a property?
4. If I live in the Historic District in Town, what do I need to know?
5. Is the Building Department part of the Planning Department?
6. Where can I get a building, plumbing, electrical or mechanical permit?
7. How do I find out if my property is in a flood zone?