Parcel Viewer 2.0
With Parcel Viewer 2.0 searching for King County parcel information has never been easier! You can search by address, search by parcel number, or you can just zoom in on the map and click on a parcel. You can also select and zoom to a street intersection. Once a parcel is selected, you will get easy-to-access links to the King County Assessor’s Reports and the Districts and Development Conditions Report.
Looking for Classic Parcel Viewer?
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Here’s what Parcel Viewer 2.0 offers:
A larger map area.
More information about the parcels.
More basemaps to display below the parcels, including aerial imagery!
More ways to pan and zoom the map.
More ways to select parcels. You can even select multiple parcels and build a list to be exported or printed.
Other new ways to use the map include distance and area measurement and latitude/longitude coordinate capture.
Parcel Viewer 2.0 updates
Dec 11, 2013
Added new print map feature
Updated header and footer to new County design
Classic Parcel Viewer will be shut down at the end of December 2013
Nov 14, 2013
Aug 12, 2013
Moved "Measure Tool" to the "Advanced Tools" menu
Added ability to hover on an address point to see full address without clicking
Added source attribution for parcel information and addresses information
Jan 11, 2013
Revised the page layout for better clarity
Moved "Find Intersection" to a more visible location
Added an "Advanced Tools" menu
Added a "buffer selected parcels" feature under "Advanced Tools"
The basemap gallery now closes itself when a new basemap is selected
Made "Zoom to city" a single scrolling list
Search by Parcel number now allows a dash in the parcel number, as it is displayed in eReal Property
Search can be initiated by pressing the "enter" key as well as by clicking "Search"
Various bug fixes
What happened to Classic Parcel Viewer?
The technology that powers Classic Parcel Viewer is no longer supported and has been replaced by newer technology.
Classic Parcel Viewer was shut down at the end of December 2013. At that time, the URL was redirected to Parcel Viewer 2.0.