Find your Place in Spokane Valley
As the Valley was settled, maps were drawn to help locate landmarks, differentiate between claimed properties, locate irrigation systems, delineate between township boundaries and help others determine directions of travel based on roads marked on the map.
Maps are a record of our cultural archaeology. Schools, railroads, stores and cemeteries can often be located via maps and provide you with valuable research information.
The Spokane Valley Heritage Museum archives hold many historic maps, including:
Irrigation maps, 1905-40
1912 Spokane County plat map
1910 Liberty Lake map
Auto interurban maps, 1939, 1948
Spokane County maps
Corbin addition to Greenacres plat map, 1923
Newman Lake maps, 1925, 1939, 1948
Saltese maps, 1900, 1910
Otis Orchards, East Farms, 1948
Opportunity plat map, 1912
We have many more maps in our archives. Come visit our research area or send us an email to let us know what you’re looking for.