or Occupant Name search will check the Assessor Database for
Real Estate parcels with data in this field. Examples are “WINDRUSH”,
“7- ELEVEN”, “PENN SQUARE”. Due to limited space in the
Business Name field we can’t list every tenant in a large
building, but sometimes we can enter more than one, like “AND
BEAR MAKES 3 / EDWARD JONES / KUT LOOSE”. Or we may put in
“MULTIPLE TENANTS” if there are too many to list.
Sometimes the buildings don’t have a name, or are vacant, so we
enter “NO NAME” or “UNOCCUPIED”. There are times that the
building is vacant, but we will use the name of the last tenant
if it is still visible to help identify the property for future
phone calls or inquiries.
It is not possible for our office to update these business names
every time there is a change. The properties have to be
inspected at least once every four years, but it is possible to
have names in this field that are out of date. We send surveys
to the property owners occasionally to help us update this
information, but again, not all surveys are returned.
search pulls information used to associate Commercial,
Industrial, Commercial/Res, Commercial/Ag, and Exempt