You can use iMAP to create individual precinct maps showing address information. Here’s how:
When you see this symbol, , in one of the items below, you can click on it to see an illustration that is specific to that item.
Find Districts layer on Layers List and select Voting Districts (a.k.a. precincts). Click Voting Districts again to make it the active layer (it will be highlighted in yellow when it is the active layer).
From the Toolbar, click the Find Button . A textbox will appear in the Query Frame under the main map display.
Use the textbox to type in the precinct name or precinct code.
Precincts in incorporated areas of the county will have a name consisting of the city designation, the legislative district and the precinct code, for example SEA 34-1251. Precincts in unincorporated King County will have a text only name, for example Apollo. If you don’t know the spelling, enter part of the name in the textbox and use the Find String button to the right.
The map display will automatically redraw and center on the selected precinct, which will be highlighted.
You can zoom in for a closer view using the Zoom Tool on the toolbar.
To showparcel addresses on your precinct map, first change the map set to the Parcel Layers by selecting Property Information from the drop down list at the bottom of the map display.
From the Property Layers list, toggle Parcel address labels on. You need to be zoomed in to a scale of at least 1:10,000 for the house numbers to display.
If you want your precinct boundaries to be distinct, change the map set back to Districts
Make Voting districts the active layer
Again use the Find Button to choose the individual precinct and then zoom in to display house numbers.