1. FleaMarket

    The Flea Markets are Back!

    The 2017 Spring Flea Market is Saturday, April 29th 9:00 am until 2:00 pm  (yes, two hours longer than previous markets!) in the main building at the San Juan County Fairgrounds. Spaces are already filling up—Are you interested in becoming a vendor? Visit the Fairgrounds website Spring Flea Market and get your registration form today!

  2. Area code map
    Area Code Overlay
    A new area code is coming for western Washington.
    The new area code, 564, will be available as numbers in the 360, 206, 253, and 425 area codes become exhausted.
    Part of this roll out includes the implementation of mandatory 10-digit dialing for all western Washington area codes by July 28, 2017. This will require callers to dial all 10 digits of a telephone number, including area code, when making local calls. 

    Additional Information 
  1. News Flash
  2. Calendar
  1. Candidate Filing Week

    If you have ever wanted to be an elected official, now is your chance. Candidate filing for positions open for election in 2017 is about to begin. Read on...
  2. Cyclist's Guide Maps Now Available Online

    Cyclist's Guides for Lopez, Orcas, and San Juan Islands are now available for download on the County's Open Data website... Read on...
  3. Property taxes due April 30

    San Juan County Treasurer, Rhonda Pederson would like to remind county property owners that the first installment of property taxes and personal property taxes are due April 30. Read on...
  4. Odlin South Lopez Island

    SJC Parks and Recreation Commission Inviting Public Input on Odlin South Planning (updated April 3, 2017) Read on...
  5. Major Update to the County "Recorded Plats, Surveys, & Condos" map

    The San Juan County "Recorded Plats, Surveys, & Condos" map has been updated with much improved accuracy and the latest recorded documents thanks in enormous part to the work of Chris Ledgerwood, Cartographer for the Assessor's Office Read on...
  6. Draft Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRMs) Available

    The county has received draft digital flood map layers from FEMA that include base flood elevations. The County will begin using the base flood elevation information in the DFIRMs rather than requiring a determination from a federal agency this month. Read on...
  7. San Juan County bond rating upgraded

    San Juan County Treasurer Rhonda Pederson was notified last week of an upgrade in the County’s bond rating, from Aa3 to Aa2. Read on...
  8. 2017 Tax Roll has been certified

    Pursuant to RCW 84.56.020, I, Rhonda Pederson, San Juan County Treasurer, hereby certify that the 2017 tax roll has been completed and is ready for collection beginning January 23, 2017. Read on...
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