Tax & GIS Maps

  • The following twelve Town of Hawley Tax Maps were developed by Tighe and Bond as part of a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) project contracted with them by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  • In addition to the twelve maps, an Index is provided which can be used to determine the spatial relationships between the maps.
  • The maps show individual parcels, as well as easements, tie lines, lot numbers, dimensions and sizes, “911” addresses, historic lines, conservation lines, trails and wetlands.
  • The 12 maps are current as of June, 2014.
  • The maps are all medium to large .pdf files, ranging in size from 469 KB to 1.1 MB.
  • Also included in the table below is a new web facility which uses a variety of mapping sources in an interactive format.  For access and an explanation, go to Other GIS Maps.  
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Map Link Description
Tax Map Index The Index is a rectangular grid broken into 12 equal sections defining each of the 12 maps. Like this:

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For purposes of orientation, a few features are displayed on each map section of the index.

Tax Map #1 Far NW corner of Town, showing only a few parcels. Bounded by Charlemont on the North and Savoy on the West. Notable Road: West Hawley.
Tax Map #2 North Central section of Town, bounded on the North by Charlemont. Notable Roads: Sears and Bozrah.
Tax Map #3 Far NE corner of Town, bounded on the North by Charlemont and on the East by Buckland. Notable Roads: Energy Lane and Dodge Corners.
Tax Map #4 Upper-West-central section of Hawley, bounded on the West by Savoy. Notable Roads: West Hawley, Forge Hill and West Hill.
Tax Map #5 Upper-central section of Hawley, bounded on the East by Map #4. Notable roads: Forge Hollow, Pudding Hollow, Middle and a section of East Hawley Road.
Tax Map #6 Upper-East-central section of Hawley, bounded on the East by Buckland. Notable roads: Forget, East, Pond, LaBelle.
Tax Map #7 Lower-West-mid-central section of Hawley, bounded on the East by Savoy. Notable roads: Savoy and West Hill.
Tax Map #8 Lower mid-central section of Hawley, containing significant State Forest lands. Notable roads: Moody Spring, Sprague, Hallockville, Hunt and Penobscot.
Tax Map #9 Lower-East-mid-central section of Hawley, bounded on the East by Buckland and Ashfield. Notable roads: Plainfield, Ashfield, Buckland and Clark.
Tax Map #10 Lower SW section of Hawley, bounded on the West by Savoy and on the South by Plainfield. Notable road: Stetson.
Tax Map #11 Lower Central section of Hawley, bounded on the South by Plainfield. Notable roads: King’s Corner, South and Hell’s Kitchen.
Tax Map #12 Lower SE section of Hawley, bounded on the East by Ashfield and on the South by Plainfield. Notable roads: South and Watson.
Other GIS Maps In addition to the static tax maps shown above, the Massachusetts Geographic Information System (GIS) projects have also resulted in an interactive mapping product. Called “MuniMapper,” this one includes map overlays, town, lot and county lines, elevations and other features which can be combined on a map and can be accessed online via your Internet browser.
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