Yakima County Plat Maps (Washington)

Clerks maintain and preserve important public records for a county or local government, including detailed local maps such as plat maps in Yakima County, WA. These Yakima County plat maps show the property boundaries in a neighborhood, including lots and their dimensions, boundary locations, streets and street numbers, and parcel numbers. These Yakima County maps contain important information for prospective buyers who may be concerned about easements, rights of way, flood zones, and public access on a particular plot of land. Clerks often provide online access to plat maps.

Granger City Clerk Granger WA 102 Main Street 98932 509-854-1725

Mabton City Clerk Mabton WA 305 Main St 98935 509-894-4096

Selah City Clerk Selah WA 115 West Naches Avenue, Ste 1 98942 509-698-7328

Sunnyside City Clerk Sunnyside WA 818 East Edison Avenue 98944 509-837-3997

Toppenish City Clerk Toppenish WA 21 West 1st Avenue 98948 509-865-2080

Union Gap Clerk Union Gap WA 102 West Ahtanum Road 98903 509-576-8911

Wapato City Clerk Wapato WA 205 East 3rd Street 98951 509-877-2334

Yakima County Clerk Yakima WA 128 North 2nd Street 98901 509-574-1430

Assessors are responsible for determining the value of taxable property within Yakima County, WA. These property assessments are used to levy property taxes. In addition, Yakima County Assessors maintain detailed neighborhood maps that contain information about the properties. These plat maps include all the lots in a tract of land, boundary locations, street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Yakima County plat maps also show any easements or rights of way. Assessors are responsible for assigning a parcel number to each lot, which appears on the map. Plat maps may be available online through the Assessor's website.

Yakima County Assessor's Office Yakima WA 128 North 2nd Street 98901 509-574-1100


Recorders of Deeds maintain real estate ownership documents to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records in Yakima County, WA. As part of this responsibility, Recorders of Deeds typically keep detailed Yakima County plat maps. These maps show the subdivisions in a tract of land, including boundary locations, parcel and street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Plat maps also include Yakima County flood zones, easements, and rights of ways, as well as public access land. The Recorder of Deeds often provides public access to plat maps through its website.

Yakima County Recorder of Deeds Yakima WA PO Box 12570 98909 509-574-1400


Treasurers and Tax Collectors are responsible for collecting taxes at the local level and distributing these funds in Yakima County, WA. In order to collect Yakima County property taxes, the Treasurer and Tax Collector typically maintains maps covering its jurisdiction, including plat maps. These plat maps provide detailed information on a neighborhood or local area, including property boundaries and divisions, lot dimensions, parcel and street numbers, and land sizes. Yakima County plat maps also contain important information for prospective buyers about flood zones, easements, rights of way, and public access. The Yakima County Treasurer and Tax Collector may provide online access to plat maps on its website.

Yakima County Treasurers Office Yakima WA 128 North 2nd Street 98901 509-574-2780