Get Property Records
Property Information Report
- Go to the Property Information Report & enter the address or parcel number to see many property details.
- Quick instructions for using the How to Use the Property Information Report.
- Enter the property address or parcel number to open the info sheet. (Enter the address, and the parcel number pops up.)
- Print the data sheet or write down what you find as you go. You'll need the zoning details later.
Past Permits / Permit Archives
- See if permits have been issued for a property in the past.
Property Address Verification
- For new construction, addressing is usually part of the building permit process, but if you need an address assigned before then, or have another address-related need go to Property addressing, change or verification.
Property Plat Map
- Go to the Auditor's Document Search page
- Enter the Auditor's File number OR the book/page number and then click the Search box at the bottom of the page.
- Look for PLAT in the list of documents (short or old plats don't have the correct info).
- Open the PLAT document and look for Notes on the plat that refer to type of lot drainage. (Pls note: some plats aren't recorded or don't include lot drainage info.)
- Find Auditor's File Number or book/page number
- Open the county Permitting Map
- Enter the property address or parcel number in Search box and hit enter or return.
- Select the parcel by clicking on the Point Location that appears in the left penel of the map.
- Zoom in on the parcel and click on it until the outline is highlighted and the words Parcel Boundaries and the 11-digit parcel number and property owner name appear in the left panel of the map.
- Click on the bolded parcel number the top of the left-side panel: 11-digit parcel number [Parcel Boundaries] to open the legal description.
- Scroll down that panel to Partial Legal Description to find the book/page number (example: 022/101) or the 7-digit number after the BLA number (example: BLA98014 3183824) if one is available.
- If you don't have an address or parcel number, you can zoom/scroll and use other known landmarks to locate the property.
- Once located, zoom in on the parcel and repeat the bulleted items above.
Septic Records for a Property
- County Laserfiche System - The county's own file of available septic records, documents and permits for properties in county jurisdiction. If available.
- OnlineRME - Records Management Entity has pumping reports, and other septic records, drawings, and documents from professionals who completed septic-related work for a property.
Easements, Liens, Surveys, Covenants & Other Recorded Documents for a Property
- Visit the Auditor's Document Search page to check available property records and documents (This process is administered by Thurston County Auditor’s Office).
Property Tax Records & Considering Applying for a Tax Incentives
- Look up your property tax online at Thurston County Tax Assessor.
- Property Tax Incentives for Conservation, programs managed in part by the Community Planning division of Community Planning & Economic Development Department.