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Property Information

More detail about the types of information available for each PMA is outlined below. For more information about City property, use the City Property Contact List (link)

Property Name: City Properties often have common, well-known names, such as "Seattle Tennis Center", "Alki Playground". Some properties are parcels of land with no common name, so they are given a descriptive name, such as "Alley off Boren" or "Transmission Line Right-of-Way".

Jurisdictional Department: Property Management Areas are typically (but not always) under the the jurisdiction of a single city department. City Ordinances determine which department has jurisdiction . Jurisdiction may be transferred by ordinance, and department can lease property from each other, or develop agreements for joint use.

City-Ownership A PMA can consist of smaller pieces of property that are owned or leased by the city: The following categories describe the City’s rights in the property.

  • Owned: City owns the whole property
  • City Ownership Inferred: Detailed research has not yet been done, but it is assumed the city owns the whole property
  • City Use, Not City-Owned: None of the property is city-owned
  • Mixed Ownership: Only part of the property is city-owned.
Area of the PMA in square feet

Please submit your comments on the City Property Finder to: Web Manager

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