Data and API
- Parcel Data Onboarding and FAQ
- The Regrid Parcel Schema
- Bulk Data Delivery Formats
- Using the API
- Using the Feature Service
- Using the Tileserver
- Customer Support Service Levels
- Standardized Land Use Codes Documentation
- Standardized Land Use Code Keys
- USPS CASS Codes and Notes
- Cropland Data Layer (CDL) Key
- Working with stacked parcels and condos
- Regrid Matched Building Footprints Frequently Asked Questions
- Regrid Matched Building Footprints Schema
- Regrid Typeahead API
- Regrid Matched Address FAQ
- Regrid Matched Addresses Schema
- Reporting Parcel Data Issues to the Regrid Team
- Parquet Format
- Right-of-way Parcels
- Configuring S3 for Bulk Delivery
- Configuring GCP for Bulk Delivery
- Verse table schema
- Data Updates Monthly Email
Regrid Mapping Platform
Using the Feature Service
Regrid’s Esri-compatible Feature Service allows you to use Regrid’s seamless nationwide parcel layer in Esri tools.
Our Feature Service provides high-quality standardized nationwide parcel data with 152+ million parcel records and associated tax assessment information, covering over 99% of the US population.
We appreciate your feedback and questions at email@example.com.
These steps will add Regrid’s seamless nationwide parcel layer to an ArcGIS Pro project. They were tested in ArcGIS Pro v2.9.0.
Launch ArcGIS Pro Desktop on Windows
Open a new or existing project.
Ensure the project has a map. To create a new map, from the Insert tab, select New Map
From the Map tab, select Add Data, and then select Data from Path
Paste the following URL into the Path field, replacing
<token>with your Regrid API token:
Parcels should be rendered on a new layer in the map view. “Regrid Parcel Data” should appear in the Contents pane.
ArcGIS Online Map Viewer
Browse to ArcGIS Online and sign in
Select “Content” from the left nav
Select “New Item”
Fill in the Feature Service URL, replacing
<token>with your Regrid API token.
The Type field should auto populate with “ArcGIS Server web service”
Select Next and follow the prompts
Update the title to a name of your choosing like, ‘parcels’
Select “Open in map viewer” in the upper right, to view your layer in a map.
In existing maps, select the “Layers” tab on the left. Then, select the
next to the Regrid Feature Service layer to add it to the map.
Using our feature layer in other ArcGIS tools and apps
From a map view, with a layer already added to the map, select ‘Save and open’ from the left column, then ‘Save as’.
Enter a Title and Summary
Select “Save map”
- Save this index.html demo file to your computer
Log in to get an API key from ArcGIS at https://developers.arcgis.com/dashboard
REGRID_API_KEYin index.html with an API key from the Regrid dashboard. The URL where you will add the key looks like this:
The below matrix shows the Esri tools and products that our team has tested our feature service with for compatibility.
Please note that the Esri product and tools universe is vast and we will continue to update this matrix as we learn more and test more with their tools.
|Esri Product||Description||Regrid Feature Service Supported|
|ArcGIS Pro||Core desktop app used by customers||Yes|
|ArcGIS Online (AGOL)||Core web mapping application||Yes|
|ArcGIS API for JS||Build web apps with interactive user experiences||Yes|
|ArcMap (ArcGIS Desktop)||Legacy desktop GIS suite (being phased out by 2026)||Yes|
|ArcGIS Dashboards||Present web maps and apps in a visual, interactive single screen format||Yes|
|ArcGIS Experience||Builder No-code app builder to configure web apps||Yes|
|ArcGIS Instant Apps||Quickly create web apps that make it easy to interact with your maps and data||Yes|
|ArcGIS Web AppBuilder||No-code browser based web app builder||Yes|
|ArcGIS App Studio||No-code desktop based app builder||Yes|
|ArcGIS StoryMaps||Embed web maps with mixed narratives.||Yes**|
**While we are technically compatible with this tool, we do not use it with our Regrid Feature Service because our service is not intended to be used in public facing sites.
We have optimized queries on a set of commonly-used fields. Queries on other fields may be slower or fail to complete. If you are looking to do operations on fields not in this list, and queries are taking a long time to complete, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Geo-bounding a query by state, county or zip code or other optimized field may improve performance on filter operations.
When using ArcGIS Pro a Definition Query is recommended to bounds results to a region of interest. This is especially helpful when using Analysis and selection tools. Examples: At the state level
state2 = 'MI', at the county level:
geoid = '26163'.
We recommend zooming to a county level or closer (Esri zoom 9).
Different platforms may use different units for these zoom levels. Actual performance will vary based on the platform, hardware, density of parcels in the county, and other factors.
More information on zoom levels in Esri products is available here: developers.arcgis.com/documentation/…/zoom-levels-and-scale/.
There is a maximum result limit set at 2000. Complete results can be received by performing paginated requests per the GeoServices spec. Most Esri tools perform pagination on requests that involve fetching Regrid parcels.