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Maps of the City


CityMAP

CityMAP is our interactive map. You can use CityMAP to explore the City, look up properties, and find many features of special interest such as contours and zoning.

CityMAP Lite - Mobile

CityMAP Lite is now available and is the mobile version of the original CityMAP. CityMAP Lite offers the main functionality of its desktop cousin but in a form that works on any mobile device with an internet connection.

New! PokéMap on CityMAP Lite

Roaming the City, trying to catch ‘em all? Our CityMAP Lite is here to help. Access it on your mobile device and select Pokéify layer to see locations of all PokéStops and PokéGyms in the City. Civic Plaza has lots of Pokéstops and free Wifi.

To see the locations go to Tools -> Pokéify or look in the layers menu (under Pokélayers at the bottom) to turn them on/off.


Interest Specific Maps

These interactive maps have been set up to provide information on specific aspects of the City:


Map Catalogue

We have created a number of standard maps in PDF format, making them easier to view in Adobe Acrobat and to print your own copies. These files, which are updated regularly, can also be downloaded and saved to your own computer.

For a complete list of available maps, including maps showing garbage collection areas and the City's Transportation Network Road Classification (according to the OCP), please browse through our Map Catalogue.

We will also continue to offer hard copies for purchase (the small fee covers the cost of printing) through our Community Development Department at City Hall (Tel: 604-990-4220).


How do we create the maps?

The City manages its maps and geographically located features through its own Geographical Information System (GIS). For information on this or any of the above products, please contact the GIS group at rbrowne@cnv.org.

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