Side Sewer Maps
Side sewer maps are not available online.
You may call our office at (206) 546-2494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free copy of your side sewer map.
Sample Side Sewer Map "White Card"
GIS (Geographical Information System)
The District has invested in a GIS and has made the commitment to maintain and improve the system. The District’s GIS consists of three primary processes; maintenance, analysis, and map generation.
Maintenance is the process of keeping the data and the graphical representation of that data up to date. Information gathered from customers, contractors, District employees and other sources is entered into the GIS. Analysis is the process of using the GIS and its background information to answer questions in a graphical format. Map generation arranges data into a visual representation that can easily be understood by the customer.
Sample GIS Map. View Larger Version ...
The District is divided into fifty-three (53) quarter sections. AutoCad maps are the primary means of displaying the location of sanitary sewer lines located within the District. The AutoCad maps are used for two basic functions: to provide maps to interested customers showing where the sanitary sewer system is located and for the use of the District’s maintenance personnel. Map maintenance is performed on an ongoing basis.
Sample AutoCad Map. View Larger Version ...
Service Area Maps
As of January 1, 2013, the District maintains and operates a wastewater collector and interceptor system consisting of 16 lift stations, 22 grinder pumps, and over 190 miles of sewer mains varying in size from 8 to 24 inches in diameter. The wastewater collected from within the District is treated at two separate treatment facilities, King County's West Point Treatment Plant and the City of Edmonds Treatment Plant. Click on a map below to view a larger version of the map.