This page lets you quickly find ArcWeb data sources and related summary information.
Log in to see the services and service types available for you to use. If you do not log in, all ArcWeb services appear, some of which you may not have access to (for example, if you are a Public Services user). Your custom services only appear if you are logged in.
Select a service type to display a list of available data sources:
There are 6 services for PlaceFinder.
U.S. Parcel Place Finder Blue Raster (ArcWeb:BR.Parcels.US) This parcel Web service is built on the National Parcel Map Data Portal. It contains almost 50 million parcel polygons along with attribute information with coverage throughout the United States. Blue Raster offers the most current and comprehensive parcel data available based on information from local governments and real estate information data providers. The ArcWeb Services version of the parcel layer has been optimized for display and distribution over the Internet.
World Gazetteer ESRI (ArcWeb:ESRI.Gazetteer.World) This service provides geographic place name data from several sources including the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and ESRI. The Place Finder Web Service recognizes more than three million place names including geographic regions (e.g., continents, states, cities), bodies of water, and major points of interest.
U.S. Postal Places Tele Atlas (ArcWeb:TA.PostalPlaces.US) This service provides access to United States postal place names from the Tele Atlas Dynamap/2000 database. The place names are those assigned to each ZIP code area or point in the United States. The extent provided for each place represents the aggregated extent of the ZIP code areas that share that place name or the area surrounding the ZIP code point.
Place Finder Auto Data Source (auto) The ArcWeb Services Place Finder auto data source service offers place name information. The service determines the country/region of the request and selects an ArcWeb data source based on that information; if there are multiple data sources for that location, it tries each one until a successful match is obtained.