Butte County Parcel Viewer

Search for Butte County CA parcel information. A parcel search can provide information on parcel boundaries, property lines, parcel lines, parcel divisions, unclaimed parcels, property taxes, property appraisals, parcel appraisal values, public parcels, genealogical research, property owners, and property sales.


The Butte County Assessor Office works at the county or local level to determine the value of taxable property in Butte County California. As part of this job, Assessors conduct property appraisals and may assess Butte County property taxes for every parcel. Assessor Offices maintain information on these parcels, including Butte County parcel maps, boundary lines, and parcel divisions. These Butte County parcel viewers may also provide information on appraisal values, zoning, and property tax assessments. Parcel viewers can also be used to locate local unclaimed parcels, public property, and look up property owner information. The Butte County Assessor Office may provide an online parcel viewer to look up parcel information.

Butte County Assessor's Office Oroville CA 25 County Center Drive 95965 530-538-7721


The Butte County Town or City Hall provides municipal services for their town or city, including maintaining property-related documents in Butte County California. These records can include parcel viewers, which contain information on every parcel in the town or city. These Butte County parcel maps can include information on parcel boundaries, unclaimed parcels, public property, and parcel divisions. Town and City Halls may also have records on property appraisals, zoning boundaries, current and former property owners, and property taxes, which may be presented in the Butte County parcel viewer. This information is often available to the public on the Town or City Hall website.

Biggs City Hall Biggs CA 465 C Street 95901 530-868-5493

Chico City Hall Chico CA 411 Main Street 95928 530-896-7200

Gridley City Hall Gridley CA 685 Kentucky Street 95948 530-846-5695

Oroville City Hall Oroville CA 1735 Montgomery Street 95965 530-538-2407

Paradise Town Hall Paradise CA 5555 Skyway 95969 530-872-6286


The Butte County Clerk Office maintains public records for a county or local government, including vital documents and property-related records in Butte County California. Clerks keep documents on every parcel in Butte County, which can include parcel viewers that show parcel maps, boundary lines, and divisions between parcels. These Butte County parcel viewers may also provide information on property appraisal values, zoning boundaries, and property tax assessments, and they can be used to locate unclaimed parcels, public property, and look up property owner information. Parcel viewer information may be available through the Butte County Clerk Office website.

Butte County Clerk Oroville CA 25 County Center Drive 95965 530-538-7761


The Butte County Recorder of Deeds keeps real estate ownership documents in order to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and parcel records in Butte County California. Recorders of Deeds have records on every parcel under their authority, and they may provide a parcel viewer to look up this information. Butte County parcel viewers provide information on parcel boundaries, property owners, unclaimed parcels, and parcel divisions, and this information may be presented in a parcel map. Butte County Recorders of Deeds may also have information on property appraisals, property taxes, and zoning boundaries. They may provide online access to parcel information on the Recorder of Deeds website.

Butte County Recorder of Deeds Oroville CA 25 County Center Drive 95965 530-538-7691


The Butte County Archive preserves records with historical significance for a local area, which can include parcel records in Butte County California. Some Archives may provide parcel information in the form of a parcel viewer, which can be used to look up historic parcel boundaries, ownership information for any parcel in Butte County, and parcel divisions over time. These records may also list historical property tax rates or property value assessments, including sales, as well as changes to Butte County parcel maps over time. These records can be useful for conducting genealogical research. Archives may provide online access to their parcel viewers.

Oroville Police Records Archive Oroville CA 2055 Lincoln Street 95966 530-538-2455

Oroville Sheriff Records Archive Oroville CA 33 County Center Drive 95965 530-538-7391