How do I search for King County parcel information?

How do I search for King County parcel information?

Parcel Viewer makes searching for King County parcel information easy. You can search by address, search by parcel number, or you can just zoom in on the map and click on a parcel. Once a parcel is selected, you will get direct links to the King County Assessor’s eReal Property report and the Districts and Development Conditions report.

Why are there ads on the King County Assessor’s website?

The advertisements on the King County Assessor’s eReal Property website are part of a pilot program to test the viability of web ads on the site. The goal of the ads is to generate revenue to support department operations and taxpayer services.

How do I contact the King County GIS Center?

Email us at [email protected] Mailbox monitored Monday through Friday, 8am–5pm. Try entering an address into the Basic Search box in the upper left. One or more selection options may appear as you type.

How do I apply for property tax exemptions in King County?

You can apply online for property tax exemptions at taxrelief.kingcounty.gov. Or call 206-296-3920. If you have a complex issue that requires a meeting with our staff, call or email to set up an appointment.

What is parcel viewer and how do I use it?

With Parcel Viewer you can: search for parcels by parcel number, address or condo name. zoom in far enough to see parcel boundaries, then single click on a parcel to get summary information and links to complete info.

What is kcgis property mapping?

An interactive mapping tool with integrated property search and report functions. Search by address or parcel number, or navigate within the map and click on parcels to retrieve information. View and print map displays which you can customize using online KCGIS data. Includes a property search tool.

How do I search for information on a parcel?

Search by address or parcel number, or navigate within the map and click on parcels to retrieve information. Search results for each parcel include links to: eReal Property Report from the Department of Assessments (see below) Districts and Development Conditions Report from the KCGIS Center (see below)

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