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KCGIS Center

We put geographic information systems to work for King County and beyond
King County GIS Center
King Street Center
201 S. Jackson St.
Suite 706
Seattle, WA 98104

47.59909 N
122.33136 W

47° 35' 56.72" N
122° 19' 52.90" W

KC Virtual Map Counter: Boundaries

 Legally or otherwise uniquely defined areas, such as jurisdictions, electoral districts, ZIP Codes, etc.

See also: Planning for growth-management and zoning maps.

Agricultural Production Districts (APD)

This series of maps was produced in February, 2000 by the King County Department of Development and Environmental Services. Each map shows the extent of the given APD, and includes street and municipal features. All PDFs print at 17 x 22 inches (portrait or landscape orientation).

Map: APD Enumclaw (52K JPEG)
1128k PDF
Map: APD Lower Green River (51K JPEG)
Lower Green River
623k PDF
Map: APD North Snoqualmie (85K JPEG)
North Snoqualmie
859k PDF

Map: APD Sammamish River (84K JPEG)
Sammamish River
895k PDF
Map: South Snoqualmie (69K JPEG)
South Snoqualmie
852k PDF

Elections Reference Maps

Map: 2005 Metropolitan King County Council Districts (104kb JPEG)
2005 Metropolitan King County Council Districts

Map: King County Council District 1 (60kb JPEG)
King County
Council District 1
(district created in 2005)

Map: City of Enumclaw (21kb GIF)
City of Enumclaw

King County's Records, Elections and Licensing Services Division maintains electoral district maps in the categories listed below.

All can be accessed from their GIS Election Reference Maps web page, or click on a heading below to jump directly to a particular set of maps.

  • King County Election Composite Maps
    Three maps, each displaying one of the three major types of political districts within King County: Congressional, Legislative and County Council.

  • Legislative District Maps
    Individual maps of the seventeen Washington State legislative districts in King County.

  • Metropolitan King County Council District Maps
    Individual maps of the nine districts created in 2005 to replace the configuration of thirteen districts that existed prior to implementation of the results of the 2005 general election. An archive page contains links to individual maps of the thirteen districts.

  • City Precinct Maps
    Individual maps of incorporated cities in King County subdivided into electoral precincts.

  • Archived Maps 


King County Judicial Districts
Map: King County Judicial Districts 2000 (35K GIF)

415k PDF

Print Size: 8.5 X 11 inches

This map shows a generalized view of the King County judicial Districts, and includes municipalities and district borders. Disclaimer: this map is for overview purposes only - contact the KC District Courts if you are near a border or are uncertain which district you're in. Created by KCGIS Center, August 2000.

King County's Original Boundary—1852
Map: King County's Historical Boundary-1852 (53k JPEG)

53k JPEG

Screen Size: 586 x 444 pixels

This Web-only map was created by the King County GIS Center Client Services Group for the King County Executive and the King County Sesquicentennial Web site, which includes the text definition of the original boundary on the page that displays this map

King County ZIP Codes Boundaries

Map: King County ZIP Codes (41K GIF preview)

This countywide map shows ZIP Code boundaries and labels overlaid on a simple base map that includes incorporated areas.

1.8Mb PDF   Print Size: 17 x 11 inches

King County GIS Center, January 2013.

Map: western King County Zip Codes (93K GIF preview)

This western King County map is at a larger scale and adds major highways to the basemap.

1.3Mb PDF   Print Size: 8.5 x 11 inches

King County GIS Center, January 2013.

No Shooting Areas King County Code 12.68


Map: No Shooting Areas, King County Code 12.68 (110K GIF)

7.2Mb PDF

Print Size: 34 x 44 inches

No-shooting areas are delineated portions of King County within which the discharge of firearms is prohibited or regulated by King County Code, Title 12, Chapter 12.68. Each no-shooting area on the map is labeled with the corresponding code section number and area descriptor.

A no-shooting area defined by Chapter 12.68 may lie within or extend into an incorporated city, which may have its own laws regulating the discharge of firearms within its boundaries.

For more information on King County Code 12.68, see the King County Code on the Metropolitan King County Council website.

Map created by the King County GIS Center, revised September 25, 2006.