Chelan County Assessor

Find a Property Line

If you cannot locate your property corners, the safest action is to contact a private land surveyor.  You should never rely upon GIS maps for exact property boundaries.  On site property surveys are the only way to identify actual property lines and corners. You can also contact the Assessor’s Office at (509) 667-6365 or the County Auditor’s Office at (509) 667-6800 to check for a recent survey or to acquire a copy of your plat or search through the County’s Document Search by clicking here.  Recorded surveys and plats often have notes describing how the property corners are monumented that can be helpful in determining your property corner locations.  Keep in mind that any improvements made without proper knowledge of property lines could result in litigation.

Posted: 01/05/2015 08:01 AM
Last Updated: 04/19/2019 08:04 AM

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Chelan County Calendar

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  • 02
    Jun 2021
    09:00 AM - 03:00 PM

    Hearing Examiner - June 2, 2021

    Posted by: Community Development

    By Zoom Video Conference
  • 19
    May 2021
    01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

    Hearing Examiner - May 19, 2021

    Posted by: Community Development

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  • 17
    May 2021
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

    Elections: Candidate Filing Week

    Posted by: Chelan County Elections

    Candidate filing week.

  • 13
    May 2021
    06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    May Parenting Class - English Only 13

    Posted by: Superior Court Clerk

    Supporting Children Through Divorce is a four-hour educational program designed to help parents focus on the needs of their children during and after divorce and separation.

    Washington State University Extension
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    May 2021
    06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

    May Parenting Class - English Only 11

    Posted by: Superior Court Clerk

    Supporting Children Through Divorce is a four-hour educational program designed to help parents focus on the needs of their children during and after divorce and separation.

    Washington State University Extension