Web Mapping Resource: ICGeoMap
Check out our comprehensive interactive web map: ICGeoMap. Using ICGeoMap you can view dozens of layers, search attributes, create mailing lists, create professional-looking maps, and much more.
New Web Mapping Resource: Island County Oblique Viewer
Check out our web mapping application for viewing oblique imagery, also known as side angle: Island County Oblique Imagery Viewer. The Oblique Imagery Viewer uses Imagery collected during August and September 2020 Aerial Imagery flights.
GIS Data Resource: Open Data / GIS Data Downloads Site
We have an updated version of our Data Downloads site now available. This new 'Open Data' platform has a number of benefits: Our data is refreshed nightly, you can preview data before you download, even more data layers have been made available and we've provided links to other Washington State agency's open data sites as well. A link to our old Data Downloads site will still be available.
GIS Data is intended to be used as a GUIDE. Island County is providing this information as a general geographic representation that should not be used for precise measurements or calculations. Some features are not accurately depicted. Any user of this map assumes all responsibility for use and agrees to hold Island County harmless for liability, damages, or loss incurred by use of this information.
Island County does not warrant, expressed or implied, the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of information in this system, and shall not be held liable for losses caused by using this information.
Any person or entity that relies on any information obtained from this system, does so at his or her own risk. This information may not be used for commercial purposes.
These maps were created from available public records and existing map sources, and from different surveyors and their surveys. Map features from all sources have been adjusted to achieve a 'best fit' registration to the Ownership parcels. While great care was taken in this process, maps from different sources rarely agree as to the precise location of geographic features. The relative positioning of map features to one another results from combining different map sources without field 'ground truthing'.
Do not use as a legal document.