Geographic Information System (GIS)

Geographic Information System (GIS) provides users the ability to capture, analyze and present geographic information. GIS is a powerful tool used for problem solving, decision making processes and presenting information through maps.

GIS technology is used in the Town of The Blue Mountains in land use planning, transportation plans, water and wastewater servicing infrastructure, emergency services response, recreational trails design, property information, civic addressing, by-law enforcement and asset management.


The Town offers a variety of interactive and downloadable maps. By accessing these maps, users accept the terms of use listed below.

Terms of Use

The information and products found on this site have been compiled from numerous sources. All data are believed to have been substantially accurate as of the date(s) created and/or as of the date(s) acquired by the Town. Some of the data contained herein remain in their original form, while some of the data may have since been modified. The Town of The Blue Mountains or any other data provider makes no warranties or guarantees, either expressed or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy, or correctness of such products, nor accepts any liability arising from any incorrect, incomplete or misleading information contained therein.

The information within this site is intended for illustration purposes and personal use only. The mapping products are not a legal survey. Maps containing property boundaries are not plan of survey.

All mapping products or information contained in this site may not be reproduced or transmitted to others in any way without the written permission of The Corporation of the Town of The Blue Mountains.