Snohomish County Washington
Snohomish County Washington Focus on Farming
Focus on Farming

 

Regulatory Boundary Map for Agriculture

 

Focus on Farming Interactive Map

 

The Focus on Farming Interactive Map is a helpful tool for viewing regulatory conditions that affect commercial farm operations. The map shows parcel boundaries with County Zoning, Flood Hazard areas, and Shoreline Environment areas.
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Quick View to Regulatory Reports


You can enter your parcel number in the box below to see which regulations may affect your property.
 
Enter a Parcel Number
 

If you don't know your parcel number, click on 'View Map'. Then use the 'Locate Address' button to find your property on the map.

Statement about map information

Flood Hazard map data

The map data used to represent flood hazards on this web site was obtained by Snohomish County from the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (www.fema.gov). This information (Q3 flood data) is not actively maintained by Snohomish County and is provided as a guide to understanding. This information is not official and cannot be used to determine absolute delineations of flood risk boundaries.

FEMA recommends that users apply a 250-foot buffer outside the floodplain boundary line, due to the differences in map scale between flood data and background reference data.

Users may refer to the official hardcopy map if a site of interest falls in or near a designated flood hazard. Official maps are available at the Customer Service Counter of the Department of Planning and Development Services, on the second floor of the Snohomish County Administration Building located at 3000 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett, Washington, 98201.

Answers to FEMA's frequently asked questions about Flood Hazard Mapping are available from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) web site.

Shoreline Environment map data

The OFFICIAL shoreline environment designation maps are available for review at the Customer Support Center in the Department of Planning and Development Services on the second floor of the Snohomish County Administration East Building located at 3000 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett, Washington, 98201.

These maps are not surveys, nor an instrument to make definitive shoreline designation determinations. Water body features (rivers, streams, canals, etc.) have been partially revised to follow digital orthophotos and field observations by the County. The location and boundaries of environment designations have been interpreted based on geodatasets and the criteria for environment designations contained in the Shoreline Master Program. All geodatasets used to create these maps have spatial uncertainties, including this depiction of roads, waterbodies and/or shoreline features.

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