Mapping & GIS

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Over 80 percent of local government information has a spatial component

Over 80 percent of local government information has a spatial component that can be displayed in a GIS. The TNRD GIS Section creates, maintains and stores well over 200 different layers of geographic information covering over 45,000 square kilometres and spans over 135 communities. The GIS section plays a critical role in the improvement of business processes within a local government. GIS staff work with stake holders and clients to develop business solutions that will permit the sharing of information in an accurate and timely manner for the benefit of our partners, our customers and our community.

 

 

 
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Interactive Online Maps

myRegionView provides public access to spatial and tabular data covering over 45,000 square kilometers and spans over 135 communities.

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Contact

300 - 465 Victoria Street
Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2A9
Monday to Friday 8:30 - 4:30

If you have specific questions regarding the GIS Program, please contact Nga To, GIS Coordinator via email ngato@tnrd.ca or by phone at 250-377-8673 (ext. 7190).

If you have questions regarding E911 addresses or require an address assigned to your property, please contact Ken Dhaliwal via email at kdhaliwal@tnrd.ca or by phone at 250-377-8673 (ext. 7192)

For general mapping and GIS enquiries, feedback or comments, please email to gisinfo@tnrd.ca or contact the GIS Section staff by phone at 250-377-8673.

 

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