How do I know where my easements are located?
Often, individual homeowners have questions regarding utility easements on their property. Almost every property has a utility easement. Utility easements are shown on the plat that you received when you purchased your home. If you cannot locate your plat, you can contact the surveyor or title company that handled the sale of your property.

Disputes between homeowners and utility companies about easements are a private property issue and are between the homeowner and the utility company. If you believe a utility company is operating outside of their easement, it is best to contact the customer service office of the utility company, or speak to a supervisor who is doing the work on your property.

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1. How do I report a problem or lack of high-speed internet service in my area?
2. What are easements and rights of way?
3. How do I know where my easements are located?
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5. Can cable television companies put boxes and other equipment on my property?
6. Did the county authorize a cable rate hike?
7. What should I do if I have an ongoing problem with my cable provider?