State, County, and Watershed Maps for Washington State
Ecology conducts projects that use Geographic Information System (GIS) produced maps as aids in accomplishing its mission. The agency builds and maintains GIS maps in order to help our staff and the public understand the diverse natural and cultural environment we live and work in. As a public service, we are making some of our maps available for download here.
Flood Hazard Area maps: These are now available in the Washington Coastal Atlas. Go to the flood hazard map page for the interactive map showing the most current data available. There you can zoom to your area of interest and print a custom map.
Salmonid Stock Inventory (SaSI) Maps: See some WDFW map resources here.
To obtain the digital GIS data, please click on the links below to go to the source website or organization:
Search Ecology GIS Data: http://www.ecy.wa.gov/services/gis/data/data.htm
Search other agencies: http://geography.wa.gov
Have questions about Ecology's maps? Contact:
Adam Oestreich, GIS Analyst and Cartographer
Page last updated on Monday, October 10, 2016 15:57
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