Originally a part of Stevens County, Ferry County was created on February 18, 1899 and named for Governor Elisha P. Ferry, the last territorial governor and first official governor of Washington State.What is a GIS map?
Ferry County GIS Maps are cartographic tools to relay spatial and geographic information for land and property in Ferry County, Washington. GIS stands for Geographic Information System, the field of data management that charts spatial locations. GIS Maps are produced by the U.S. government and private companies.How do I contact Ferry County Public Works Solid Waste Division?
If you have any questions regarding the SWAC, please feel free to contact the Ferry County Public Works Solid Waste Division at 775-5225, ex. 4110. Segments of the Ferry County Rail Trail remain closed at the following locations due to unsafe conditions: Kiwanis Trailhead to Tucker Rd and Empire Creek Rd to Lundimo Meadows Rd..What is there to do in Ferry County?
Ferry County’s topography and climate make it an ideal recreation destination year round. Comfortably warm summers provide ample opportunities to swim and fish the county’s largest lake, Curlew Lake, or one of the many rivers throughout the area, including the Kettle River, the San Poil River, and the mighty Columbia River itself.