MAPSTORE - Create A Custom Map + Online Ordering
We are not taking walk-in customers at this time. If you need to meet with a map technician, please call 734-222-3835 to schedule an appointment, or you may email us at [email protected]
Washtenaw County has several GIS layers available at no cost through our Open Data Portal.
Digital data is not available for ordering online at this time.
Please call us at 734-222-6820 or email [email protected] for assistance.
All digital data is sold with a minimum area size (entire city or township); pricing varies based on the number of real property parcels* within the desired municipality. Full county data sets are also available.
Datasets via MapStore (Click here for pricing)
Parcel geography (Parcel number, property address, zip code)
Parcel geography with Assessing Data
Point address layer
Road encumbrance (ROW)
Schools/Fire/Police (point layer)
Data via Washtenaw County Equalization (734-222-6662)
Assessment Roll (no geography) | $0.20/parcel at minimum one township/city; $12,500 entire county including the City of Ann Arbor.
*Number of real property parcels can be found on page 15 of the current year’s Washtenaw County Equalization Report.
For residential permits, we offer a SESC site plan map which fulfills several plan requirements of the Washtenaw County SESC Ordinance (Items 1 - 4c on the Site Plan Checklist, Example Map). This format requires the permittee to add additional information (Items 5a - 5e on the Site Plan Checklist) to the map as they related to the specific project.
Applicants need to submit two copies of a site plan with the application. Some customers order two copies and mark both of them up with the additional information needed; some customers order one copy, mark it up and then submit a color photocopy along with the original.
Most SESC maps will fit on an 11x17 print; however, the Ordinance requires a map scale of no less than 1 inch equals 100 feet. Larger parcels may need to be printed on a larger size.
***Note: Permit and site plan requirements may vary for other jurisdictions.
Please refer to the Soil Erosion Control page for additional information regarding forms, fees, and more.
Are you interested in having a map of a parcel with an aerial photograph? We have several years of historic aerials back to 1940.
Maybe you'd like to see the soil types and potential wetlands on your property. We can make you a map!
The most popular products we offer are parcel maps of a single parcel, aerial photographs, and natural feature maps. Most of our GIS layers are available in printed form at the MapStore during regular office hours.
Call ahead to ensure staff is available or to make an appointment at 734-222-6820.