In 2018, Washington State amended its law against discrimination to provide property owners a new way to strike racially restrictive covenants from documents affecting the title of their properties. If your property had a racially restrictive covenant recorded in the past, you can now record a modification document with the county auditor where your property is located.
Some images of the documents recorded are available back to January 1, 1984. Certain document types you will find an index only. Documents that contain or may contain sensitive information, such as social security number, mother's maiden name, driver's license number, etc., are not available online.