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 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 maintains an up-to-date list of active infrastructure projects and development projects. To learn more about ongoing projects, visit the links below and click on any project to obtain project information and view the interactive web map.
What is a Municipal Infrastructure Project?
The Town is continually planning and updating municipal infrastructure. Road surfaces, water and wastewater pipes, and all pieces of the municipal built environment require periodic renewal. This process of scheduled maintenance and planned reconstruction keeps infrastructure functioning and in a sustainable condition. These "Capital Projects" include studies and environmental assessments as well as construction and reconstruction projects. To learn more about Capital Projects being completed, visit the Interactive Capital Map.
What is a Development Project?
The Planning and Development Services Department is responsible for the review and processing of a variety of development planning applications that are submitted to the Town. For more information, visit Planning Applications & Forms. To learn more about current developments, visit the Active Development Map.
Grey and Simcoe Counties offer online interactive GIS maps. These online mapping applications combines digital mapping with land related information for each County. This enables you to zoom into a desired location and view various aspects such as; aerial imagery, property information, environmental features, tourist information, etc.
Craigleith Camperdown Subwatershed Study Update
In partnership with Grey County and Grey Sauble Conservation Authority (GSCA), funding was received from Public Safety Canada through the National Disaster Mitigation Program (NDMP) to update the 1993 Craigleith Camperdown Subwatershed. The study included updating the topographical mapping and Flood Risk Assessment throughout the GSCA watershed, the Town of The Blue Mountains, the Craigleith Camperdown Subwatershed area, Climate Change impacts and Snowmelt runoff. The update provided 0.5 metre contours throughout the Town.
Purchase LiDAR Data
If the area you’re interested in is outside the Town’s boundary, please contact Grey County or Grey Sauble Conservation Authority.
For more information about our Parks & Trails, please visit our Parks & Trails page.
Last Update: February 2018
Interactive maps work better with Google Chrome or Firefox. If the interactive map won’t load from Internet Explorer, disable the Compatibility View by going to Tools > Compatibility View Settings and uncheck “Display intranet sites in Compatibility View”.
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Last Update: 2011
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