Grant County Property Viewer

Search for a Grant County WA property viewer. A property viewer provides information on property maps, boundary lines, zoning boundaries, parcel divisions, parcel viewer, property appraisals, property assessments, property taxes, unpaid property taxes, tax liens, foreclosures, unclaimed parcels, property owner information, building permits, property research, deeds, titles, historical property taxes, property tax rates, and historical maps.


Assessor Offices in Grant County WA calculate the value of all taxable property in their municipality by conducting property appraisals. They may also be responsible for determining the property taxes for each parcel. Assessor Offices maintain information on all properties, including property maps, boundary lines, zoning boundaries, and parcel divisions. This information is often available in a property viewer on the Assessor Office website. Grant County property viewers may also provide information on appraisal values, zoning restrictions, and Grant County property tax assessments. They can be used to locate unclaimed parcels, public property, and look up property owner information or parcel numbers in Grant County.

Grant County Assessor's Office Ephrata WA 35 C Street Northwest 98823 509-754-2011


Building Departments in Grant County WA create and enforce codes and regulations to ensure the construction of safe buildings. As part of this responsibility, Building Departments may keep Grant County property viewers, which display information about all the properties in the department's area. These property viewers may include information on parcel numbers, property tax assessments, building permits, and occupancy permits. They also show property zones, including the rules and regulations for each zone and zoning boundaries, making them useful resources for property owners or prospective buyers. Grant County Building Department property viewers may be available online.

Ephrata Building Department Ephrata WA 121 Alder Street Southwest 98823 509-754-4601

Grant County Building Department, Planning, Zoning and Permits Ephrata WA 332 Division Avenue West 98823 509-754-2011

Quincy Building Department Quincy WA 115 1st Avenue Southeast 98848 509-787-3523


Recorders of Deeds in Grant County WA maintain real estate ownership documents as part of their job to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records. They have records on every property in their municipality, and they may provide a property viewer to look up this information. Grant County property viewers provide information on parcel boundaries, property owners, property divisions, and zoning boundaries. They can also show Grant County parcel numbers, unclaimed parcels, and property tax information, including property tax assessments, unpaid property taxes, and tax liens or foreclosures. Recorders of Deeds may provide online access to a property viewer on their website.

Grant County Recorder of Deeds Ephrata WA PO Box 37 98823 509-754-2011


Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices in Grant County WA collect property taxes for a local government and distribute these funds. They maintain several property records that may be available as part of Grant County property viewers. A property viewer, also called a Grant County property map, includes property tax assessments, real estate appraisal reports, boundary lines, and zoning boundaries. These viewers may also provide information on the current owners, parcel numbers, and unclaimed parcels. Grant County property owners or potential buyers can use property viewers to locate information about paid and unpaid property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures. Property viewers are typically available on the Treasurer and Tax Collector Office website.

Grant County Treasurer Ephrata WA 35 C Street Northwest 98823 509-754-2011


Historical Societies in Grant County WA maintain documents and objects that have historical value, and this can include property records. Historical Societies may keep historic Grant County property tax records, property sale documents like deeds and titles, or property maps from different eras. They may also provide property information in the form of a property viewer, which can show historic property boundaries, changes to municipal lines and zones, and ownership information. Grant County property viewers can also show property appraisal values and property tax rates over time, and they are an useful tool for conducting research. Property viewers may be available online through the Historical Society website.

Quincy Valley Historical Society Quincy WA 415 F Street Southwest 98848 509-787-4685