The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) provides regulatory oversight for our state’s financial service providers.
The department's five divisions regulate a wide range of financial enterprises and individuals, such as: banks, credit unions, mortgage brokers, payday lenders, and securities issuers and salespeople.
DNR Water Bodies (WB) and DNR Watercourses (WC)
collectively known as DNR Hydro, contain water feature location and water type that
is used by the Forest Practices program to determine the amount and pattern of
riparian buffer protection required during forest practices activities. The water
type is a Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) classification
system of streams and water bodies that identifies whether or not streams/water
bodies have potential fish habitat, and whether or not streams experience
perennial or seasonal flow.
WC Hydro represents water courses as arcs or lines.
These occur alone as single arcs representing streams, ditches, or pipelines,
or as centerlines through water body polygons such as double-banked streams,
lakes, impoundments, reservoirs, wet areas, or glaciers. WB represents water
bodies as polygonal features. WB Hydro includes features such as Puget Sound,
lakes, wet areas, reservoirs, impoundments, glaciers, islands, and dams. WS
represents shorelines as polygon perimeter arcs and
are edited coincidentally with WB. WC and WB
are edited daily and simultaneously; updates are posted weekly for internal DNR
use and monthly for external use. Routes can be built on the WC by using the
whole stream identifier (WC_LLID_NR). DNR HYDRO is continually updated through
the DNR Forest Practices Water Type Modification Form process. DNR HYDRO is
mixed scale. The nominal scale is considered 1:24,000, but some data at larger
scales are included.
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services administrative office locations, including which agencies have a presence in the office and whether or not a Community Services Office or Division of Children and Family Services Office is present.
Lifecycle status: Production
Purpose: enable open access to DSHS data
DSHS Data Security: Category 1 - Public
Last Update: 3/6/2018
Update Cycle: as needed
Data Source: DSHS
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The Parcel layer consists of parcels that are areas land in which the Department of Natural Resources holds some interest and are located anywhere in the upland area of the State of Washington. Three types of Parcels are currently held in the parcel layer. The number of Parcel types may increase in the future. Ownership Parcels, parcel type code 1, consist of Washington State owned land managed by the Department of Natural Resources. Most ownership parcels are held and managed for the benefit of some trust such as the Common School and Indemnity trust. Of the several parcel types, only Ownership Parcels represent the entire extent of the particular type of land managed by DNR. The other parcel types are incomplete data sets. Disposed Parcels, parcel type code 2, consist of ownership parcels that have been disposed of since July 1, 2007. A very few parcels disposed of prior to that date are also included. Easement Parcels, parcel type code 3, consist of various types of easements acquired for the State by the Department. Some of the Easements are negative easements over land not owned by the State, for example Conservation Easements which remove certain development rights away for the parcel owner. Other Easements are positive rights acquired by the State, such as roadway easements. WA DNR Managed Land Parcels Metadata