Hi I am not sure what measurements you are referring to. Are you looking lot measurements of your yard, measurements of your foundation or square footage of your home? Measurements of your foundation can be different than the gross living area or square footage of your home especially when it comes to a pitched roof. So here are some pointers. Hopefully this helps
1) Finding the square footage of a room.- If you are trying to figure out the measurements of a room you can take a tape measure and measure length then the width. Once you have those measurements you can times the two and there is a square footage of a room.
2) The same can be said for the foot print of the home meaning the foundation size. Just take a tape measure and length times the width.
3) The online GIS system in the assessorâ€™s area is not that user friendly at times. Sometimes this process will cause you more of a headache than youâ€™re looking for. I use the Lowell site a lot and it seems easier just to go to the City Hall.
4) Besides the Assessors office you could go to the following departments and depending on what you are looking for they may be able to help you. The Building Department depending on the town may have a plot plan and dimensions of the foundation. If the house was built in the last 20 years could have the set of plans from the builder which would give you all the dimension to include the lot. Town Engineers office may also be able to assist you.
5) Last if your computer savvy, you can go to http://www.lowelldeeds.com
and under the deed you can get the description of the property which may give distances from markers.
I have found that Lowell City Hall can be very friendly when seeking info like this. I would try there first if you are looking to get the measurements of your foundation and square footage. If they can't help you they can sure direct you to the department/person that can.
All else fails, feel free to call me and I will try to help.