Engineering Atlas Plat Index

An interactive map for accessing Salt Lake City Engineering Atlas Plats.

 

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About the Engineering Atlas Plat Index

An Atlas Plat in Salt Lake City is a map depicting the subdivisions of land within the City. These plats are a scheme of how the City was originally laid out. The City started with plats A through L, Salt Lake City Survey. As the City expanded its boundaries, 5 acre and 10 acre Big Field Survey Plats were added and then the numbered plats 1 through 76. They show information about streets, public right of ways and, some private right of ways.

Using the Map

Click on the "+" symbol to zoom in on the map or the "-" symbol to zoom out on the map. You may also enter a valid Salt Lake City address and zoom to that location on the map. As the map zooms in, a more detailed plat index will appear. Once the index appears, you can click on the index to view or download a plat.


Frequently Asked Questions about Atlas Plats

What is an Atlas Plat?
An Atlas Plat in Salt Lake City is a map depicting the subdivisions of land within the City. These plats are a scheme of how the City was originally laid out. The City started with plats A through L, Salt Lake City Survey. As the City expanded its boundaries, 5 acre and 10 acre Big Field Survey Plats were added and then the numbered plats 1 through 76. They show information about streets, both public and some private right of ways. Over the years, the Atlas has been used as an index to record any changes that may have been made to this original record, such as street closures, street widening, street vacations, or new street dedications. Within each City Block, there are sometimes further subdivisions of land, Atlas Plats are also used to show these.
How can I obtain a hard copy of an Atlas Plat?
To obtain hard copy (paper) Atlas Plats, please visit the Salt Lake City Engineering Office at 349 South 200 E, Suite 100.
Who do I contact about an Atlas Plat related question?
Send an email to mapworks@slcgov.com with your question.
I have a question or technical issue with this site. Who can I contact?
For general questions about this website or GIS or Survey in Salt Lake City, please send an email to SLC Mapworks.
I am having a technical issue with the map. Who can I contact?
For technical issues with mapping applications and this website, please send an email to Map Issues.