Geographic Information Services
Director: Geoff Almvig
The Skagit County Street Atlas is designed to be used as a quick reference
for displaying detail views of streets within Skagit County. The atlas
includes a comprehensive road index making it easy to navigate to
a specific area of the county. You are welcome to download the entire
(500 plus sheets) atlas and view or print the contents. To do this
you will need Adobe
Acrobat Reader® installed on your computer. Updates to this
atlas will be made periodically and added to the atlas.
Map Accuracy Warning:
This map was created from available public records and existing
map sources not from field surveys. Map features from all sources
have been adjusted to achieve a best-fit registration to the Ownership
Parcels map. While great care was taken in this process, maps from
different sources rarely agree as to the precise location of geographic
features. The relative positioning of map features to one another
results from combining different map sources without field ground
truthing. Errors can be as great as 300 feet on this document.
Abstract: Skagit County, along with other emergency response
agencies, identified a need for a standardized county-wide street atlas
having a uniform index system with scalability. To address this need,
Skagit County GIS produced a comprehensive street atlas with a custom
indexing system. The indexing system is alpha numeric in style, and geometrically
coincides with the grid lines of the United States National Grid. The
index grid is broken into two scales; 3000m x 3000m, and 1000m x 1000m
for more detailed areas. The index grid can be broken down further, if
necessary, into a custom 500m x 500m size for areas of more detail.
Printed Size: 8.5x11 inches (500 plus
Last Updated: May, 2015
Update Frequency: Skagit County anticipates
updating this product on an annual basis. At the discretion of the County,
there may be intermediate updates in certain areas in order to incorporate
significant changes. Any amendments to the atlas will be posted on the
Skagit County's ftp site.
Due to the large quantity of maps generated in this street atlas, four
Regions were created. Please pick the region you want to download.
Download sections below or directly
from our Ftp site: ftp://ftp.skagitcounty.net