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Land Surveyors' Association of Washington
Professional Surveyors
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Land Surveyors' Association of Washington (LSAW) is a professional organization representing over 1500 individuals practicing in the various disciplines of surveying.

LSAW provides a means to keep our members informed of changes in laws, regulations, and rapidly changing technology. We work together to protect the principles and practices upon which surveying was founded.

Registration Now Open »View Agenda »2015 Annual Conference
Changes in Attitude, Changes in Longitude!
March 11-13, 2015 | 3 Rivers Convention Center, Kennewick, WA

PLS Details »CAP Details » Continuing Education & PLS Exam Prep

"Career Advancement Program"
This twelve week course provides the opportunity for survey personnel to learn fundamental and historical surveying principles and procedures, together with foundational mathematical concepts. January 7 - April 1 at Renton Technical College.

"PLS Refresher Course"
LSAW wants to help you prepare for your exams from anywhere in the state! Take advantage of this onsite and/or online opportunity to learn from our local professionals! January 8 - April 2 at Renton Technical College or Online.

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Surveying Careers

Surveying CareersSurveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists are responsible for measuring and mapping the earth's surface. Traditionally, surveyors establish official land, airspace, and water boundaries.

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   • Career Development
   • Continuing Education

LSAW Chapters

LSAW Chapter MapLocal 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.

Learn more about LSAW Chapters.