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The Recorder's Office maintains property surveys recorded since 1973. Property surveys are often used to determine property boundary lines. Not all properties in King County have Records of Survey filed. The best way to see if any survey was recorded on the property is to obtain a property title report. All recorded Plats, Short Plats, Condominiums and Planned Unit Developments in King County are available for viewing and printing at the Recorder's Office or at the King County Archives. The Recorder's Office has images of approximately 70,000 maps in digital format available online.

For as-built plans or blueprints of your property, contact your local jurisdiction or for unincorporated areas of King County contact the Department of Permitting and Environmental Review.

Keep in mind these plans are not on permanent retention.


Note: documents received before 3:30 pm will receive same-day service.

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206-477-6620
kcrocust@kingcounty.gov
Monday - Friday,
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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