We are currently experiencing technical issues with VicMap. We apologize for any inconvenience and are working quickly to resolve the issue.
VicMap provides users with a wide range of data and uses, and enables citizens to directly download raw data sets from the map. It includes search capabilities including by address, intersection, parcel identification, park or neighbourhood. Users can add text, lines and shapes to maps to print or share with others, or add their own data to create custom maps. It is a powerful visual tool that can display area and items of interest and overlay with high resolution aerial images.
Note for Chrome users: As of April 2015, the Chrome browser no longer supports Silverlight (in an effort to improve Chrome’s security, speed, and stability). As such, VicMap Silverlight version will no longer work in Chrome. VicMap HTML5 version still works with Chrome, and the Silverlight version can be viewed with any other browser.
The following links will take you to specific map layers:
Click here to access PDF maps for printing, including historical zoning maps.
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