The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is developing the Mineral & Land Records System (MLRS) to replace the Legacy Rehost 2000 (LR2000) case management system, Alaska Land Information System (ALIS), and land status records (e.g., Master Title Plats, Historical Indices, Tract Books).
MLRS is a customer-centric, geospatially enabled land information system that employs nationally standardized business processes, ensuring the quality and accuracy of land and mineral records and data while securely delivering land records information to relevant BLM staff, customers, and the public.
MLRS is currently available for mining claims, oil and gas, and geothermal cases. Over the next two years, additional MLRS modules will be released in support of land use authorizations and realty billing; coal and other mineral development; land and mineral title; and withdrawals, classifications, and other actions on Federal lands and mineral estate.
Notice to MLRS Users
Updated Jan. 3, 2023
The MLRS Community site is temporarily offline as a precautionary measure following a routine privacy review. There is no indication of any privacy violations or of data being compromised, and we are addressing the concerns raised in the privacy review as quickly as possible, with an aim to relaunch in February 2023.
Please note that as the MLRS Community site will not be back online before then, users will need to proceed with any urgent BLM transactions via offline processes. For MLRS business activities you can do the following:
- Contact or visit the local BLM office for urgent transactions
- Reports are available at https://reports.blm.gov/reports/MLRS
- GLO Land Records are available at https://glorecords.blm.gov
- GIS users may find MLRS mapping information at https://gis.blm.gov/nlsdb/rest/services
- Other BLM GIS information (excluding MLRS) is available at https://gbp-blm-egis.hub.arcgis.com
- MLRS support questions can be routed to https://phd.blm.gov
- Further questions can be routed to BLM_MLRS@blm.gov