In 1960, the Casapinta’s City Hall, gave to the surveyor Giovanni Battista Sella from Mosso the general measurement of the City Hall’s territory. It was created a new land register: in fact the lands were divided in 12 half shells. The owners were 72, divided in hamlets, that had as symbol the animal or the object that imitated the owner’s surname.

In that days the City Hall had bigger borders because for a writ by an important sector of Biella, some lands, situated in Casapinta’s City Hall, were moved in the Soprana’s land register.