Can I see a map of my property? May I purchase a copy?

The Assessor's Office has plat maps covering all properties in Kootenai County. They are available for your viewing at our office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays. The maps are filed by township, range, section, and quarter section (northeast quarter, northwest quarter, southwest quarter, or southeast quarter) and provide parcel numbers needed to obtain parcel information.

The maps are also on the website. "Then select the township/range combination, the section, and then quadrant (quarter section). If you do not have this specific information, you can use the large wall maps at our office to narrow your search. 

Purchasing a Copy

The full sized plat maps may be purchased at the Assessor's Office at 451 Government Way in Coeur d'Alene. The maps measure approximately 18 inches by 24 inches and cost $2 each. When requesting a map, please specify the quarter section, section, township, and range of the map. The Assessor's Office can help you identify the map you wish to purchase.

You may also purchase a black and white map of Kootenai County from the Commissioner's Office. This map measures approximately 36 inches by 45 inches and costs $30.

There are other maps available for purchase from the Kootenai County Recorder's Office:

  • Survey maps
  • Recorder's plat maps (platted subdivisions)
  • The above two types of maps come in two sizes:
    • 11 inches by 14 inches - These cost $1 each.
    • Large size - The sizes vary considerably and cost $4 each.
  • You can request that maps be mailed to you. Postage will vary by map size and weight.

Show All Answers

1. How do I change my mailing address?
2. How do I file for a homeowner's exemption?
3. How does the homeowner's exemption work?
4. How does the Assessor determine the value on my property?
5. How are the taxes on my property determined?
6. What is the annual tax cycle?
7. Why do property values change?
8. What is an occupancy tax?
9. Can I see a map of my property? May I purchase a copy?
10. What do the categories or group code numbers shown on the assessment notice mean?
11. How do I find out the name of a property owner and other details about the property?
12. How do I contact the taxing districts listed on my assessment notice?
13. How many taxing districts are there?
14. How do I change the name of the owner(s) on my property?
15. How do I correct the acreage on my property?
16. How do I correct or change the boundaries of my property, such as a lot line adjustment?
17. How do I convert my manufactured home into real property? Can I reverse a manufactured home from real property to personal property?
18. How do I change the location of my manufactured home? How do I change ownership on my manufactured home?