Corner Records

Corner Records

A corner record is the means by which the re-establishment or rehabilitation of public land survey corners or other property corners may be made of record and brought to public attention. In California points and lines shown on a map can be reestablished on the ground and monuments set. When a survey monument is set a corner record may be filed with the County Surveyor perpetuating the setting of monuments. BUT, this can only happen if the surveyor finds no material discrepancies with the map of record when compared to points and lines on the ground. If a material discrepancy is found, the surveyor is required to file a Record of Survey Map. A corner record is a fairly simple and cost effective document to produce. A Record of Survey is more complicated, must be reviewed by the County Surveyor (which includes map checking fees), and is much more expensive to produce than a corner record. Additionally the type of record to be filed often times cannot be determined until the initial survey is completed and analyzed.

Past Projects:

  • Gardella Way, Sacramento CA
  • El Centro Road, Sacramento, CA