Members of LSAW enjoy discounted rates in NSPS, special rates at conferences and many other benefits. LSAW is dedicated to promoting the profession and science of surveying for the benefit of its members and the public. The LSAW Foundation was created by LSAW for the goal of delivering scholarships to students from Washington State who are pursuing a career in Land Surveying.
|Address||424 205th Aven NE|
|Phone Number||(425) 868-0200|
From Our Website
This webinar series has been developed to provide education to survey technicians. Live webinars have concluded, however, the recordings are now available to order through the LSAW Store.
Local Chapters are the heartbeat of LSAW. These Chapters are the forum to resolve conflicts and respond to proposed ordinance changes affecting zoning, comprehensive plans, subdivision and platting regulations, and land development in general. Monthly Chapter meetings are augmented with presentations by title companies, attorneys, equipment suppliers and various directors of county offices. These meetings provide the opportunity for expressions of personal opinion, discussion of survey problems, input to the State Board of Trustees through the Chapter representatives, and plain old-fashioned fellowship.
The LSAW Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of surveying history and artifacts. Our goal is to increase public knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of our surveying history. Membership to the Historical Society requires being a member of the Land Surveyors' Association of Washington. In addition, Historical Society members must pay annual dues. The Land Surveyors' Association annually chooses one individual to represent the Association as it's President. The duties of president are many and varied and require the commitment of much time and effort to both the association and the profession.