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Washtenaw County Map Resources

Includes links to historical and current maps of Washtenaw County, MI, Ann Arbor, MI, and the Universtiy of Michigan.

Subject Guide

Timothy Utter
Contact:
240F Clark Library

734 647-0646

U of M Holdings

The Clark library owns several maps of Washtenaw County ranging from 1820-present, including, but not limited to:

  • street maps
  • land use maps
  • real estate atlases
  • plat maps
  • political districts
  • soil maps
  • travel and recreation guides
  • river maps

and many more. Come to the Clark Library reference desk to see any of these maps of Washtenaw County.


Featured Clark Library Holdings

Online Washtenaw County Maps

Historic Washtenaw County Maps Online

  • The Washtenaw County Website provides access to the latest parcel maps and property data available from Washtenaw County through an interactive map viewer. The viewer shows a variety of property data for the entire county including parcels, aerial photos, topography, schools, and natural features. 
  • The Washtenaw County Website has a GIS program that collaborates with County departments, non-profit agencies and local units of government.  It also allows for historic resource mapping.
  • The Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County provides digitized copies of historic Atlases and Maps of Washtenaw County
  • The Ann Arbor Distric Library map collection features digitized local and county area maps of historical interest, including over 80 maps and drawings from the Combination Atlas Map of Washtenaw County, Michigan: Compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys by Everts & Stewart
  • Michigan County Histories and Atlases Digitization Project is comprised of 428 digitized titles published before 1923. This includes Washtenaw County Atlases that are available through a search of the website.
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