GIS Data Files and Tools
This page contains data files and tools that taxpayers and e-commerce providers may find useful for compliance with Gross Receipts Tax and Property Tax laws.
API (Application Programming Interface)
Follow the link below to access the GRT Address Location Code and Rate Finder API. This is a web service developed to enable a street address input which returns a match to the respective GRT location code and tax rate.
This API may be integrated into e-commerce or other web-based applications that can utilize automated address-to-tax rate services.
Access the API here: grt.edacnm.org
On demand, New Mexico address upload and match service
Use this service to upload a file that matches multiple street addresses to their respective GRT location codes and tax rates. Use the template to upload addresses that need to be matched. Following upload, a file will be returned that appends location code and tax rate to each submitted address.
Return files generated will appear similar to the following example: 20-Jan-2022-15-40-01results.xls
Address GRT Location Code and Rate Finder Cautions:
*Caution* The address location services referenced in these tools are not based on any TRD data service and the results are not derived from any TRD data products. The address location services in these tools are utilized to assist in matching an address(s) to their respective GRT Location Code and tax rate.
*Caution* The address location services referenced in these tools do not verify or reformat any address to meet USPS postal standards. They are intended to associate a street address with a gross receipts Location Code and its respective tax rate. If a street address is incorrect but still falls within an identified address range, the location service may still return a Location Code and tax rate.
For addresses that do not match successfully and do not return a tax rate and location code, use the interactive gross receipts web maps or apps at the link below.
GIS Data Disclaimer applies: The address GRT rate finding tools provided here leverage TRD’s gross receipts GIS boundary layer for the current tax rate schedule. For this reason, TRD’s GIS Data Disclaimer applies.
The Address GRT Location Code and Rate Finders were developed through a collaboration between the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department and the University of New Mexico’s Earth Data Analysis Center (EDAC) https://edac.unm.edu/
Help Documentation for Address GRT Location Code and Rate Finders
For support using the Address GRT Location Code and Rate Finders, please contact EDAC via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Taxation and Revenue Department (TRD) and its Property Tax Division do not distribute or publish real property parcel data for counties.
Those interested in information about specific properties must contact the assessor’s office in their county of interest. Please follow the link to reach contact information for New Mexico county assessor offices.
To download the most recent GIS files representing statewide property tax rate and gross receipts tax rate areas, please visit the New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System Program (RGIS) at the link below.
Upon reaching RGIS, go to “Boundaries” > “Economic”
To download these files from this page, please see below.
GIS “Data Disclaimer” and information
New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department assumes no liability for the misuse of the data. Data should be used at the scale for which it is intended. Data Disclaimer: This geospatial data is made available as a public service. Maps and data are to be used for reference purposes only and the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department is not responsible for any inaccuracies herein contained. No responsibility is assumed for damages or other liabilities due to the accuracy, availability, use or misuse of the information herein provided. This geospatial data is in the public domain and may be copied without permission; citation of the source is expected. Map information is believed to be relatively accurate but accuracy is not guaranteed. For authoritative representation of the boundaries published in this data layer, please consult respective local data stewards and jurisdictions. Any errors, omissions, or recommendations should be reported to the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department. In no event will the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department be liable for any damages or loss that might arise from the use of these maps and data or the information they contain.
These boundary representations are for reference only. Local jurisdictions, city and county authorities, must be consulted to confirm correct location codes, tax rate districts, and tax rates.
Gross Receipts Tax Rates, Location Codes, and Boundaries
This layer is intended to help determine the general location of geographic features with relation to the gross receipts tax district in which they reside.
The Gross Receipts Tax Rate Schedule may be viewed here. Districts yet to be included are: Lovington Industrial Park (Lea). Known issues: This data layer may contain unintended inaccuracies and omissions.
Property Tax Rates, Values, and District Boundaries
This layer is intended to help determine the general location of geographic features or property assets with relation to the tax district category in which they reside.
This data set is the product of collaboration between the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department and Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM).
This layer represents boundaries for New Mexico property tax district categories as identified on the “Certificate of Property Tax Rates” published for each of the State’s thirty-three counties by the Department of Finance and Administration’s Budget and Finance Bureau.
“Certificate of Property Tax Rates” may be viewed here.
Most recent files available for download appear below.
Download map files from UNM’s Resource Geographic Information System (RGIS)
Updates in this layer include annexations for: Carlsbad, Clayton, Questa, Taos and Tijeras
Effective March 10, 2023…
The two revisions below are included in this version of the property tax layer.
Feb. 7, 2023: Addition of Hidalgo County “1 A OUT” previously unmapped tax district boundary.
March 9, 2023: Boundary adjustment to Otero County “1 OUT” and “11 OUT.” “11 OUT” now coincident with boundary of Cloudcroft School District.