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Clallam County Interactive Maps



Be advised that the map layers on all maps accessible from this page have limited accuracy, and do not necessarily align with one another, especially when zoomed in closer than 1:24,000. In addition, some layers may not be recently updated. Clallam County makes no warranty of the accuracy or usefulness of this data. Clallam County is actively working to update and improve this map data. It is a large and complex job, and resources are limited, so progress may appear much slower than you might like.


If you are new to using these maps, or want to learn more functions, use the HELP feature from this link, or from the HELP button on the top right part of the map screen. The Quick Start and Map feature and Function Help pages will explain how to do common tasks. They will tell you that many map layers are not visible at all scales, how to determine the correct scale for the information you want to see, and how to locate disappearing windows.

Express Parcel Map

This layout has been simplified specifically for Assessor Parcel Map information. Its default view is a clean, basic parcel map, with only minimal base map layers showing. All the layers contained in the Critical Area and Parcel Map are still available, but most layers are turned off by default, and will show only if turned on by the user.
Note that the Flood Zone layers have been removed from this map, and replaced with an index and links to the FIRM maps.

Critical Area and Parcel Map


This layout includes all the critical area layers (except Flood Zones: see below), parcels (with links to parcel and permit database information, and a layer of images of the paper Assessor Maps.) It includes zoning, with links to the zoning summaries as well and the Dungeness Water Rule Boundary. Address matching is enabled, as is a search and zoom to any parcel by number. In addition, aerial photos are available at appropriate scales for the years 2000, 2005, 2009, 2011, and 2013, as well as the hillshade image and contours of the county's bare-earth LiDAR data.
Note that the Flood Zone layers have been removed from this map, and replaced with an index and links to the FIRM maps.

Flood Hazard Maps

Flood Hazard map layers (e.g., 100-year floodplain, floodway) have been removed as Web Map layers at this time.

Clallam County's adopted "Frequently Flooded Areas" are represented by the current Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).


This Page provides multiple resources to access the FIRM panels in PDF form, as well as further explanation about flood hazards and maps.

Jurisdictions and Boundaries Map


This layout includes the standard base layers, like roads, streams, section lines, and parcels, plus all the various zones, districts and boundaries in Clallam County for which we have GIS data. Including: Counties (statewide), Olympic National Park and Forest, including Wilderness Areas. In Clallam County: citiesreservations, state and county parks, zoning, Urban Growth Areas, voter precincts, tax districts, commissioner districts, school districts, fire districts, hospital districts, judicial districts, clean water district, no-shoot zones, Urban Address Grid boundaries, and Assessor Revaluation areas.

Dungeness Water Rule Map

This layout shows the Washington Department of Ecology's WRIA 18 East (Dungeness) Water Rule Area. It includes a selected set of other base map layers, including Parcels, Roads, and Streams, as well as water-specific layers, including Irrigation Districts, Water Districts, and Outdoor Mitigation Availability.

Auditor Recorded Maps

This link accesses the Auditor's Recorded Documents, including downloadable PDF format copies of recorded maps, such as plats and surveys.

Road and Wetland (static) Maps

Old Maps in Adobe PDF and JPEG formats. These maps have not been updated for several years, for current information use interactive maps.

Downloadable GIS Data

Select GIS datasets are available for free download
Contact Assessor with questions about parcel maps or other parcel data.
Contact Community Development with all other map questions.