333 S. Meridian, Puyallup, WA 98371 - 253-841-4321

City of Puyallup

City of Puyallup Maps

The maps at the following links are for general information only. All of the maps located here are not parcel specific except for the zoning quarter section maps. The information shown is to be considered accurate only to the date shown on each map. For specific information of any location shown on the maps, please contact the Development Center at 333 S. Meridian 2nd Floor, Puyallup WA  98371 or call (253) 864-4165.  The PDF maps can be viewed by using the Adobe Acrobat zoom in/zoom out tool.

All of the maps found on this page are downloadable. Larger sizes are available in print from the Development Center.  Please call (253) 864-4165 for pricing. 

City GIS data is now available for download. Visit Business/GIS Data for the "Disclaimer to and Warrant by Users of City of Puyallup GIS Data" and a complete list of City GIS data. All data is in shapefile format. For more information contact Jennifer Recco, GIS Coordinator, at jennifer@ci.puyallup.wa.us or 253-841-5571.

Parcel Based Zoning

Simply click on the Zoning Index Map link, click on the quarter section square associated with your parcel and you will be taken to the appropriate map.  If you do not know which quarter section to select, reference the green card you recieve from Pierce County Assessor regarding your property taxes. The quarter section, section, township, and range is shown on this card.

 

Comprehensive Plan Maps

Within the Comprehensive Plan there are many maps used by staff.  They are available on line at this location: http://www.cityofpuyallup.org/services/development-services/planning-services-1/comprehensive-plan-1/  

The maps include Natural Environment, Neighborhood Plans, Community, Land Use and more.  

 

 

More Maps
Parks & Recreation Maps

 

Volcano Evacuation Routes
  • Volcano Evacuation Routes Map - Shows marked routes out of the city in the event of a volcano Lahar.  These routes can be used in the event of an earthquake or other natural disaster if evacuation from the valley floor is paramount.