News Room

2016 Utility Rate Deadline
February 29, 5PM

Details at www.cnv.org/WhatsNew

Spirit Trail Open House:
February 16

See www.cnv.org/WhatsNew

Design a Street Banner
More at www.cnv.org/StreetBannerContest

Family Day in the City
See things to do at www.cnv.org/FamilyDayInTheCity

Want to contact Mayor & Councillors?
Contact CNVCouncilMembers@cnv.org

City Opposes Trans Mountain
Expansion Project

See News Release www.cnv.org/WhatsNew

Sewer Replacement
W. Keith Road & Bewicke Avenue

More at www.cnv.org/RoadWork

Twitter Updates

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.

New! We have given a new look to our oblique imagery tools on CityMAP. The 'Bird's Eye' tool enables you to look at the City from north, south, east, west and overhead perspectives.

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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