Mission Statement: The Lawrence County Conservation District office exists to serve the community concerning conservation issues. We stand for the wise use of soil, water, and related resources on every acre of land. We work hand in hand with Natural Resource Conservation Service concerning these conservation practices.
1100 West Main Street
Walnut Ridge, AR 72476
(870) 886-7791 x-3
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Lawrence County Plat Book
$40 each + $10 each to mail
2022 Lawrence County Plat Books. Our Plat Books contain maps that concentrate on landownership, acreage and parcel boundaries in rural areas of the county. They show details of public and private roadways, waterways, railways, and section lines, etc. A handy landowner index allows for easy identification of any rural landowner in the Lawrence County.
This unique reference material also includes school districts, county officials, and Lawrence County history.
In addition to your typical township and range page, our book includes a full-color aerial map for each township and range.
To order by mail, please download the form below, fill it out, and mail it along with your check
Lawrence County Plat Map
2022 Lawrence County Plat Maps. The wall maps are large plat maps ideally suited to hang on an office wall for quick and easy reference. Our wall maps combine and condense all the detail within a Plat Book providing an entire view of the county. Wall maps are printed on 90-lb. photo matte paper. This low-glare, high grade photo stock paper provides a beautiful, long lasting image for your wall map. Map measures 36" x 48".
To order by mail, please download the form below, fill it out, and mail it along with your check.
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