Washington County Surveyor's Office
A letter from LUT Director Stephen Roberts
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation (LUT) is providing important services to our community while abiding by Governor Brown’s “Stay Home. Save Lives” .
Many of LUT's services are “essential.” While it's not exactly "business as usual" at LUT, we are still conducting our business. Most of our employees are working remotely, but we have found alternative ways to deliver many of our services so that development and building projects – which are critical to sustaining the economy – are able to continue on schedule. See our list of remote resources
Building permits and inspections, plan reviews, land use approvals, survey and plat reviews and other development-related activities are being conducted remotely through the or . As a result, developers, builders and contractors are able to move forward with many of their projects, though schedules may change due to coronavirus-related issues. Construction projects in school buildings, for example, may be starting ahead of schedule since the buildings are vacant earlier than usual.
- Online records (Online iSpirits)
- Survey development review (Online Survey Development Review or phone)
- Survey civil (Public road, easements, vacations) and public land corners (Email: email@example.com or phone)
- General questions (Email or phone)
County Surveyor: Scott M. Young, PLS
The Surveyor's Office provides services to the public and other county departments, divisions and agencies including:
- Recover, reestablish and maintain public land corners
- Review partition, subdivision and condominium plats
- Review and file records of survey
- Provide addresses within Washington County’s addressing jurisdiction
- Approve street names within the County’s jurisdiction
Please note: surveying services are not offered to the public or private citizens. Work is done in support of Washington County capital projects, road maintenance and activities.
Surveyor's Office history