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Aerial Basemaps have shifted

Question asked by jcampbell_migcom on Aug 14, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 5, 2019 by chev_foo

Hi all, 

I am working on some projects in southern California and am noting that the aerial basemap has shifted about 10-30 feet to the east.  For example, parcels boundaries are now out in the street and the custom layers that I created off the aerials a few weeks ago, no longer line up correctly.  Did ESRI update their aerial basemap recently?  Has anyone else discovered this shift?  This is not a datum shift or some other projection problem.  Should I just assume that ESRI basemap products can have up to 30 or 40 feet of horizontal error.  I hope not, as I will be looking for a different solution for aerials moving forward.

Thanks in advance,