Usage Tips for the Industrial
Simple searches are any searches conducted using the small search
field at the top right of each page in the Industrial Lands Database.
By entering one or more words into this box you can search for properties
based on Property Name, Address, Owner, Contact and Location.
- Search "sopko" to find properties owned by Joe Sopko
- Search "cannon beach" to find all properties from
- Search "400 SW Bel Air Dr." to find the property at
NOTE: If you want to find all the properties named
with a variation of "4000 Blimp Blvd." it is only necessary
to enter the query "4000 Blimp Blvd." Use of an asterisk
for wildcard searches is neither required nor supported.
The Advanced Search tool allows you to
fine-tune your search query to retrieve specific results. With Advanced
Search you can specify Property County, Location, Jurisdiction,
Real Market Value, Size and Owner, as well as amenities such as
Natural Gas and Rail Access.
When you search with Advanced Search only the values you enter
will be used in the search. For example, if you select "Clatsop"
in the Property County search box, you will get results in the Property
Jurisdictions of Astoria, Seaside, Cannon Beach, etc, from any owner,
of any size. However, if you select "Clatsop", Property
Location of "Astoria", and Property Size of "Less
than 1 Acre" you will get a much more specific set of results.
Note that when you select a specific county, the search tool automatically
updates the Property Location and Property Jurisdiction to reflect
only the relevant group of options for that Property County.
To export data to an Excel or CSV file after a search, click the "Export Data"
link at the top of your search results list. The Export Tool will appear
over the top of the page.
The tool is separated into two columns. On the left are the fields available to select
from. On the right are the fields you have already selected to add to your export. To
add a field to your export, select it in the left-hand column and click the “Add to Export”
link. The field will move into the right-hand column. To remove it from the export,
select it and click “Remove from Export” and it will return to the left-hand side.
Once you have selected all of the fields you want included in your export report, you can
choose to either export to Excel or export to a CSV. Click the button corresponding to
your export format preference. You can then save your downloaded report on your hard drive.