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KC Virtual Map Counter: Planning

Zoning, land use, demographics, etc.; may be cross-jurisdictional.

See also: Boundaries for jurisdiction and administrative maps.

 
Census 2010 maps
 

Print Size: 11 X 17 inches each


Maps by Rose Curran
King County Department of Community and Human Services
March 8, 2011

Census 2010 Number of Persons by Color map (click for preview: 99Kb GIF)

Number of Persons of Color by Block Group

1.1Mb PDF

Census 2010 Percent Persons of Color map (click for preview: 67Kb GIF)

Percent Persons of Color by Block Group

1.1Mb PDF

Census 2010 Race and Ethnicity map (click for preview: 165Kb GIF)

Race and Ethnicity by Block Group

3.6Mb PDF

 
 
Census 2000, Population and jurisdiction changes by drainage basin

Map: 1990 To 2000 Population Density Change By Basin (47k GIF)
1990 To 2000
Population Density Change By Basin
2.04Mb PDF


Print Size: 17 X 11 inches each


This suite of four maps uses Census 2000 data to illustrate demographic changes organized and mapped by drainage basins (King County Water and Land Resources Division standard drainage basins). Produced by the Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD) GIS and Visual Communications Unit. Click here to go to the King County Natural Resource Maps page on which these four maps appear.

 

 

 

Map: 1990 To 2000 Population Growth by Drainage Basin (51k GIF)
1990 To 2000
Population Growth By Drainage Basin
1.61Mb PDF

Map: 1990 To 2000 City Growth (50k GIF)
1990 To 2000
City Growth
1.91Mb PDF

Map: Distribution of 2000 Population By Basin (57k GIF)
Distribution Of 2000 Population By Basin

 
Generalized Comprehensive Plan Land Use

Map: Generalized Comprehensive Plan Land Use (45k GIF)


 

1615k PDF

Print Size: 17 x 11 inches


This countywide map is a generalized depiction of the county's land use plan. It includes the boundaries of the Urban Growth Area, Forest Production District, and Agricultural Production District and six categories of land use designations.Created February 2005 by King County Department of Development and Environmental Services.

 
King County Comprehensive Plan Land Use 2004

King County Comprehensive Plan Land Use 2004 (121k GIF)


 

2394k PDF

Print Size: 44 x 32.2 inches


King County Comprehensive Plan Land Use as of December 2004. This map shows comprehensive plan land use designations as applied to unincorporated areas of King County. The map includes the Urban Growth Area (UGA) boundary, the Forest Production District (FPD) boundary, and Agricultural Production District (APD) boundary. Produced by King County Department of Development and Environmental Services.

 
Interim Potential Annexation Areas

Interim Potential Annexation Areas (126k GIF)


2436k PDF

Print Size: 11 x 17 inches


This planning policy map includes the Urban Growth Area boundary, urban areas which are within the PAA of two or more cities, urban areas that are not within the PAA of any city, and other information. 
Revised September 15, 2009, by 
King County Department of Development and Environmental Services.

 

 
Zoning 2004

Zoning 2004 (103k JPEG)


 

3427k PDF

Print Size: 44 x 32.2 inches


This map shows zoning classifications as applied to unincorporated areas of King County. Produced by King County Department of Development and Environmental Services.