The mapping and Geographic Information System (GIS) section inputs, processes, maintains, analyzes and outputs digital data in the form of hard copy maps and reports from databases. We use Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), Computer Assisted Design/Drafting (CAD), and GIS software to maintain the digital data and produce various products. We maintain the GIS database for building numbering in the 911 emergency services provided by the PRRD. We also maintain digital data for other jurisdictions. We are re-sellers of map products as well as special-purpose maps produced in-house.
911 Civic Addressing
If you need a 911 civic address for your property within the Peace River Regional District please click here. If you are unsure if a civic address has been issued to your property, our interactive web map allows for that information to be identified or feel free to contact us directly.
The Peace River Regional District’s Interactive Web Map provides information on your civic address, land parcels, boundaries, legal land descriptions, zoning, official community plan, rural fire protection area and geographic features such as rivers, streams, roads, and boundaries. Click here for the web map.
We have recently updated our web map to improve functionality to allow for access on mobile devices. Please email your comments on the map or any difficulties in viewing this site to Aden Fulford.
The materials on this website are provided by the Peace River Regional District as a public service. By accessing the website, you are agreeing to be bound by these terms and conditionst.
The Geographic Information System (GIS) is a technological discipline that integrates hardware, software and geographic (spatial) data (such as boundaries, water features, grids, roads, and aerial photos) for capturing, analyzing, displaying, modelling and assessing real-world problems. Multiple layers of geographic data or information can be displayed within a single web application called an “Interactive Web Map”. This information can be retrieved from different data sources (spatial databases/files) sitting on multiple computer servers.
The PRRD does not sell its digital map data at this time. The following printed maps are available from the Dawson Creek and the Fort St. John offices upon request.
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