What is an ADDRESS VERIFICATION FORM, and why do I need one?
An ADDRESS VERIFICATION FORM, sometimes referred to as an E9-1-1 Form, is confirmation that a physical address exists and/or is accurate. It does NOT, however, confirm a person's residency. The form validates the address provided by the requester and notes the property in which it is associated with. It also identifies whether the structure is residential or commercial; whether it is within corporate boundaries; specifies county and notes any previous address. This form is usually requested by utility services departments, USPS, banks, schools, Motor Vehicle Division and other organizations and entities wanting address validation. The form is requested through Planning & Land Use and has a $5 fee.

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1. What is an ADDRESS VERIFICATION FORM, and why do I need one?
2. Why am I having trouble receiving mail services at my physical address?
3. How do I find the property owner?
4. How do I get a UPC# to a property?
5. There is an address discrepancy within your map.
6. How do I get a map or data that is not shown on your website?
7. How do I get numbers for my home?
8. Who do I contact to get a street sign erected?
9. How do I prove that my address has changed?
10. Google has my address wrong, or shows my location incorrectly. Why?