City Launches New Online Property Viewer

A launch celebration for the new service will be held Sept. 6 at Redmond City Hall.

The City of Redmond has debuted a new online zoning code and property viewing system and will hold a at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 6 at .

The GIS map-based service enables users to look up individual parcels by address, taxpayer name, zoning code and more. Key features of the new system, as listed in a city news release, include the ability to:

  • Link directly from a property to applicable zoning regulations
  • Map where a use is allowed and link to applicable regulations
  • Map zones, critical areas, and other key code provisions
  • View and research commercial properties for sale or lease
  • Share code citations through social media
  • View definitions as pop-ups
  • View embedded user guides and interpretations
  • Get better search results with “best bets”
  • Retrieve previous versions of the code
  • Export code to PDF
  • Trust that the code is up to date

Click here to go to the city's zoning code portal and find a link to the new mapping service.

Next week's event will include remarks by city officials, a live demonstration of the new system and breakfast refreshments. One-on-one training will also be available.

For more information, check out the or the city's news release.

Caitlin Moran August 29, 2012 at 11:12 PM
Just an FYI, I had some trouble typing in search terms with Chrome, but everything seemed to work fine when I switched to Firefox. Here's the link to the property viewer: http://gis.redmond.gov/psclite/psclite.aspx


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