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Road Services - Map and Records Center

Our services

Map Vault
Map Vault
Research assistance
Research resources 

New location effective Sept. 8, 2014
King County Road Services Division Maintenance Headquarters
155 Monroe Ave. N.E., Bldg. H
Renton, WA 98056

Products we offer

Historic road-related documents
In addition to the many documents available digitally from our Map Vault, the Map and Records Center maintains a physical collection of Government Land Office field notes and copies of territorial township plat maps, topography maps, inspection books for early road projects and survey field books. Photocopies of these documents are available for purchase at the Map Counter.

Trail maps
The Map and Records Center also provides free hard copies of the Regional Trails in King County Map.

About the Map and Records Center

The King County Map and Records Center is a repository for documents associated with the establishment and construction of roads in unincorporated King County for the King County Road Services Division.

Our records collection includes design and construction project files, correspondence, contracts, agreements, field books and technical reports. We also keep a collection of engineering drawings for road projects, topographic maps, Engineers' maps, plat maps, section breakdowns and road establishment documents.

We are the office of record for the County Road Engineer.

Some services and copies require payment. Please note that there is no cash on-site, so any payment must be made in exact amounts of cash or with an acceptable check..

If you are researching a particular topic, call ahead to arrange an appointment because some materials are stored offsite and may take time to retrieve.

Contact us

Map and Records Center
King County Road Services Division Maintenance Headquarters
155 Monroe Ave. N.E., Bldg. H
Renton, WA 98056
206-477-3633
E-mail: map.roads@kingcounty.gov

Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Information from the Road Services Division's website is available to people with disabilities in alternate formats upon request by calling 206-477-3839 or 711 for the TTY relay service.

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If you are researching a particular topic, call ahead to arrange an appointment because some materials are stored offsite and may take time to retrieve.