Are you looking for location information about election ballot drop box locations, voting precincts, and special election districts in Douglas County? You are in luck! Douglas County's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & Addressing Division created multiple types of maps for Douglas County's Elections. These maps include the Public Elections Interactive Web Map and Elections PDF Reference Maps.
Elections Interactive Web Map
The Public Elections Interactive Web Map has geographic information on Douglas County’s election ballot drop box locations, voting precincts, special election districts, cities & towns, building addresses, roads, tax parcels, townships & sections, water features, and aerial photos. The web map has various tools and features to help you find out more about Elections geographic information in Douglas County.
Use the Search tool to find information for:
- building addresses,
- road names,
- voting precincts,
- election ballot drop box locations.
Other tools and features include:
- easily zoom and pan around the interactive map,
- bookmarks of ballot drop box locations (in progress),
- a tool for drawing on the map,
- selecting features to create and download new information,
- a measurement tool,
- layer list to turn layers on and off,
- legend of active layers,
- print to a PDF.
Need some help searching the Elections Interactive Web Map? Call Amanda Taub at (509) 884-7173 or email Amanda.
Elections PDF Reference Maps
Elections Wall Maps
Douglas County's GIS & Addressing Division created large wall-size color PDF reference maps for Douglas County Elections to show the boundaries of Douglas County’s Board of Commissioner Districts, Douglas County's Voting Precincts, as well as Washington State's Congressional and Legislative Districts in Douglas County. These maps are arranged to show the Elections boundaries in the Greater East Wenatchee Area and Countywide.
These maps can be viewed and downloaded for free from links in the right white side bar and from Douglas County's GIS & Addressing Reference Maps webpage. Printed copies are also available for sale for $15 each at the Transportation & Land Services Department in the Public Services Building at 140 19th St NW, Ste #A in East Wenatchee. Please call Amanda Taub at (509) 884-7173 or email Amanda to check the availability of the printed large color Elections PDF Reference Maps.
Election Ballot Drop Box Locations
Do you need to know where to drop off your election ballot? Douglas County's GIS & Addressing Division also produced letter-size PDF maps to show each election ballot drop box location throughout the County on a neighborhood or city scale.
These PDF maps of the ballot drop box locations can be printed on a standard 8.5 x 11-inch letter page or downloaded for free from links in the right white side bar and from Douglas County's GIS & Addressing Reference Maps webpage.
The Elections PDF reference maps are updated as time and priorities allow. For the most up-to-date information, check out Douglas County's Elections Public Interactive Web Map!
Redistricting in 2021 - 2022
In 2021 and 2022, Douglas County Elections with the assistance of the GIS and Survey Division in the Transportation and Land Services Department embarked on a project to reapportion or redistrict the County’s Voting Precincts and boundaries for Board of Commissioner Districts to integrate changes from the latest US Census population numbers for Douglas County and the adoption of Washington State’s new Congressional and Legislative Districts.
These large color PDF maps show the results of this project. The maps under the Old State Congressional & Legislative Districts demonstrate the boundaries for Congressional Districts #4 and #8, Legislative District #12, and voting precincts in Douglas County as they were when the project started. The New State Congressional & Legislative Districts maps display the changes between and the new boundaries for Congressional Districts #4 and #8, Legislative Districts #7 and #12, as well as, the new Voting Precincts.
Douglas County's GIS data and maps are intended for general information only. Douglas County makes no statement regarding the completeness or accuracy of the County’s GIS data and maps, including tax parcel boundaries & numbers, the location & classification of roads and road rights-of-way, political boundaries, et. al. Mapped roads and road rights-of-way may not be improved or open to public use. Please consult multiple accurate sources of information to prevent the risk of trespass.
Douglas County and its employees cannot issue opinions regarding the condition of title, legal description, physical condition, and location of any private properties or private roads. In order to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information, then official records for plats and surveys should be examined, the property physically inspected, and a professional opinion obtained.