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Data Originator

Last Update

Airport Safety Overlay 21KB

shapefile

metadata 340KB

Planning Department

circa 2004

Polygons depicting the Airport Safety Overlay of Grant County, Washington airports. These polygons are used to identify property that is subject to an avigation easement per Grant County Uniform Development Code Chapter 23.04.645(n).

Cemetery District 21KB

shapefile

metadata 345KB

GIS office

circa 2009

Polygons depicting boundaries of cemetery districts in Grant County, Washington. Cemetery districts are established to establish and operate cemeteries. Cemetery district is a variable in the computation of property tax.

Comprehensive Plan 889KB

shapefile

metadata 418KB

Planning Department

8/22/2017

Polygons depicting land use designations of the Grant County Comprehensive Plan, 2006. A comprehensive plan is an official document adopted by local government as a guide to making decisions about the future physical development of a county.

Congressional District 26KB

shapefile

metadata 415KB

GIS office

circa 2000

Polygon representing the Congressional Districts within Grant County, which indicate the territory represented by the corresponding Senator in the Washington State Senate. Grant County is completely within the Washington State 4th Congressional District Boundary.

County Boundary  16KB

shapefile

metadata 347KB

GIS office

11/20/2015

Polygon representing Grant County, Washington. A county is the largest territorial division for local government within a state of the U.S.

County Commissioner District  52KB

shapefile

metadata 414KB

GIS office

4/25/2013

Polygons depicting the three Grant County, Washington, Commissioner Districts. The Board of County Commissioners is an elected group of three residents from the county. The public elects each member of the board for a four-year term. To maintain continuity of the county business, the terms of office are staggered so that one or two of the officers are subject to elections every two years.

Fire District 210KB

shapefile

metadata 418KB

GIS office

9/12/2017

Polygons representing the fire district boundaries of Grant County. Fire district are Washington State areas established to eliminate fire hazards and protect life and property outside of incorporated cities and towns except where such cities and towns have been annexed into the district. Fire district is a variable in the computation of property tax.

Hospital District   30KB

shapefile

metadata 416KB

GIS office

5/2013

Polygons depicting the Public Hospital Districts of Grant County, Washington. Public Hospital districts are areas established to own and operate hospitals and other health care facilities and provide hospital services and other health care facilities for the residents of such districts and other persons. Hospital district is a variable in the computation of property tax.

Imagery        

The Grant County Public Works Office holds a set of 24"x36" printed photos in a bound book. The photos were taken in June 1961 and are printed at approximately 1:24,000 scale. You may arrange a time to view the photos through the Grant County Public Records Office.

Grant County uses publicly available digital imagery sources and therefore does not redistribute them. 
Give the following sources a try:

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Many federal sources of imagery (including NAIP) are accessible from the USDA Farm Service Agency Aerial Photography Field Office
· Washington State Department of Ecology hosts a digital Coastal Atlas. Grant County shorelines were photographed in 2006.
· Central Washington Historical Aerial Photograph Project (aerial photo collection - Geography Department at Central Washington University)

Incorporated City Limits  67KB

shapefile

metadata 119KB

GIS office

9/28/2017

Polygons depicting the outer boundaries of all annexations that compose an incorporated city’s jurisdiction in Grant County, Washington. An incorporated city is a legally defined government entity, with powers delegated by the state and county and created and approved by the voters of the city. It can provide local government services to its citizens.

Incorporated City Annexations  180KB shapefile metadata 122KB GIS office 9/28/2017
Polygons depicting the outer boundary of each annexation that compose an incorporated city’s jurisdiction in Grant County, Washington. An incorporated city is a legally defined government entity, with powers delegated by the state and county and created and approved by the voters of the city. It can provide local government services to its citizens.

Legislative District  45KB

shapefile

metadata 415KB

GIS office

7/2/2013

Polygons depicting the Legislative Districts within Grant County, Washington, which indicate the territory represented by the corresponding Representative in the Washington House of Representatives. Washington State’s legislature is composed of two separate legislative chambers, the lower Washington House of Representatives (composed of 98 Representatives), and the upper Washington State Senate, with 49 Senators.

Moses Lake Irrigation and Rehabilitation District 26KB

shapefile

metadata  413KB

GIS office

12/29/2016

Moses Lake Irrigation and Rehabilitation District web site http://www.mlird.org/Default.aspx This irrigation and rehabilitation district is the only such district in Washington. It has the powers afforded to irrigation and rehabilitation districts under RCW Chapter 87.84 and the powers of a general irrigation district under RCW Chapter 87.03.

Mosquito District   37KB

shapefile

metadata 409KB

GIS office

circa 2009

Polygons depicting the mosquito districts in Grant County, Washington. Mosquito districts are Washington State areas established to control mosquitoes. Mosquito district is a variable in the computation of property tax.

Noxious Weed District   37KB

shapefile

metadata 409KB

GIS office

9/22/2017

Polygons representing noxious weed control districts in Grant County, Washington.Weed laws establish all property owners’ responsibility for helping to prevent and control the spread of noxious weeds. Washington’s weed laws spell out these responsibilities, and create the government infrastructure needed to educate citizens and ensure that the laws are respected.

Open Range  10KB

shapefile

metadata 411KB

GIS office

1/9/2012

Polygons depicting the Open Range areas of Grant County, Washington. See Grant County, Washington – Code of Ordinances, Title 9 Animals. Chapter 9.04 establishes that all of Grant County is a stock restricted area, except for the designated Open Range areas. Open Range areas are described in 9.04.030 (1973).  Areas of the 1973 designated Open Range areas that are incorporated into city limits are withdrawn from the Open Range polygons.

Parcel boundaries   7,770KB

shapefile

metadata 345KB

Assessor's Office

see file date within zip file before extracting

Polygons representing Grant County, Washington land parcels.  This shapefile has been joined to the Assessment Roll Year table (AARollYear), and therefore contains the attributes of AARollYear, such as assessed values, owner names and addresses, appraisal neighborhoods, and land use codes, as well as others.

3/20/2017 - Please note: updates to parcel shapes should occur every two weeks.

Parcel boundaries 73,481KB

v10.3.1 file geodatabase

metadata 420KB

Assessor's Office

see file date within zip file before extracting

Polygons representing Grant County, Washington land parcels. This feature class differs from the other parcel offerings in that it contains extra attribute tables, and it's a feature class instead of shapefile.

3/20/2017 - Please note: parcel updates should occur every two weeks.

Parcel tables 52,550KB

MS Access 2003

metadata 419KB

Assessor's Office

see file date

MS Access tables containing parcel attributes. You may use this as a stand-alone, or join and relate to the parcel shapefiles in ArcMap. This table should be updated every two weeks.

Park District 15KB

shapefile

metadata 410KB

GIS office

circa 2002

Polygons representing Grant County, Washington, Park and Recreation Districts. Park districts are Washington State areas established to manage, control, improve, maintain, and acquire parks, parkways, and boulevards for cities of 5,000 or more population and contiguous property. Park district is a variable in the computation of property tax.

Port District 83KB

shapefile

metadata 410KB

GIS office

12/11/2017

Polygons representing the Port Districts of Grant County, Washington. Port districts are Washington State areas established to construct, acquire, and maintain harbor improvements, rail, or motor vehicle transfer and terminal facilities, water transfer, and terminal facilities, air transfer, or terminal facilities, other storage and handling facilities. May acquire and construct toll bridges and tunnels and belt line railways. May also create industrial development districts and serve as their governing body. Port district is a variable in the computation of property tax.

Public Land Survey Sections 459KB

shapefile

metadata 339KB

GIS office

Retired 11/20/2015

The Public Land Survey Office (Washington State Department of Natural Resources) incorporated US Bureau of Reclamation survey points that were the basis for the Grant County section lines. GIS data may be downloaded from WDNR. Look for "Township Subdivisions" under the Cadastre heading.

Public Land Survey Township and Range  78KB

shapefile

metadata 340KB

GIS office

Retired 11/20/2015

The Public Land Survey Office (Washington State Department of Natural Resources) incorporated US Bureau of Reclamation survey points that were the basis for the Grant County township lines. GIS data may be downloaded from WDNR. Look for "Townships" under the Cadastre heading.

Public Utility District At Large Commissioner District 47KB

shapefile

metadata 340KB

GIS office

4/25/2012

Polygons representing the At Large Commissioner Districts for Grant County Public Utility District #2. Two Commissioners-at-large, Districts A and B each serve four-year terms.

Public Utility District Commissioner District 52KB

shapefile

metadata 339KB

GIS office

4/25/2012

Polygons representing the Commissioner Districts for Grant County Public Utility District #2. Three Commissioners representing Districts 1, 2, and 3 of the county, are elected for six-year terms. 

Railroad 64KB

shapefile

metadata 341KB

GIS office

1/1/2017

Lines representing abandoned and active railroads in Grant County, Washington. Each separately owned mainline route is depicted as a single line. 

Road Centerline   1,599KB

shapefile

metadata 418KB

GIS office

8/22/2017

Lines representing the center lines of roads in Grant County, Washington.

Road County Maintained 1,301KB

shapefile

metadata 433KB

Public Works 

6/29/2017

Lines representing the Grant County, Washington, roads maintained or tracked by the Public Works Department of Grant County, Washington. 

School District 60KB

shapefile

metadata 410KB

GIS office

2/13/2013

Polygons representing School Districts of Grant County, Washington. School districts are Washington State areas established to educate all children without distinction or preference because of race, color, caste, or sex. School district is a variable in the computation of property tax.

Shoreline Designation 98KB

shapefile

metadata 345KB

Planning Department

9/8/2014

Polygons representing the 2014 Shoreline Master Program shoreline designations. A Shoreline Master Program is a combination of planning and regulatory documents. SMP documents carry out the policies of the Shoreline Management Act (RCW 90.58) on local shorelines. Local governments are required to prepare SMPs based on the state laws and rules. It is prepared to implement the SMA to prevent "harm caused by uncoordinated and piecemeal development of the State's shoreline." Local SMPs are tailored to local geographic and environmental conditions, and existing and future planned development patterns within the shoreline.

Survey Control - Section Corners, Benchmarks, Survey Monuments

Grant County Public Works Department may be able to provide right-of-way plan documents that contain survey notations for your project area. See Right of Way Research Requests on the Permits & Information Packets page.

Section Corners

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Contact the Washington State Public Land Survey Office
Survey Monuments
· WSDOT GeoMetrix Geodetic Survey Office. Survey Monument Database, Interactive Map
· NOAA - National Geodetic Survey. Survey Marks and Datasheets
· Washington Geodetic Survey. Interactive Map
Topography - LiDAR, Contours, Elevation

Grant County uses publicly available digital elevation model data and therefore does not redistribute the data or derivatives. Grant County does not hold any LiDAR.

DEM and Contours

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Elevation products are available for download from the USGS. Click on the Get Elevation Data link at the bottom-middle of the page. DEM and contours at 1:24,000 scale are available at custom extents.
LiDAR
· The USDA GeoSpatial Download Center offers LiDAR covering the Columbia River corridor, and the City of Grand Coulee.
· The Puget Sound Lidar Consortium holds LiDAR covering the Saddle Mountains.

Urban Growth Area 85KB

shapefile

metadata 413KB

Planning Department

9/21/2017

Polygons representing Grant County, Washington, Urban Growth Area boundaries. One of the first steps in the implementation of the Growth Management Act (GMA) is for counties and their cities to designate urban growth areas (UGAs), “within which urban growth shall be encouraged, and outside of which growth can occur only if it is not urban in nature.” RCW 36.70A.110 and WAC 365-195-335 provide clear criteria for designating urban growth boundaries around a city or a group of cities. 

Voter Precinct 227KB

shapefile

metadata 340KB

GIS office

2/7/2014

Polygons representing voter precincts in Grant County, Washington. Voting district is a generic term adopted by the Bureau of the Census to include the wide variety of small polling areas, such as election districts, precincts, or wards, that State and local governments create for the purpose of administering elections.

Water body 5,401KB

shapefile

metadata 340KB

GIS office

2/10/2012

Polygons representing water bodies in Grant County, Washington.

Water course 7,414KB

shapefile

metadata 345KB

GIS office

circa 2006

Lines representing water courses in Grant County, Washington.

Zoning 1,012KB

shapefile

metadata 414KB

Planning Department

8/23/2017

Polygons representing the zoning districts of Grant County, Washington. The zoning code classifies, designates, and regulates the development of land for agriculture, mineral resource extraction, residential, commercial, industrial, recreation, tourism and public land uses for the unincorporated area of Grant County. 

 

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