CRD starts new mapping system

The Cariboo Regional District has unveiled a new online public mapping system on the CRD’s corporate website located at

The new proprietary online mapping system, designed and built internally by CRD staff, is an interactive tool which will allow residents and visitors a new way of locating existing facilities and landmarks within the region.

It will also provide an opportunity to learn more about the Cariboo Regional District and the services it provides as a local government.

It is a user-friendly, interactive web-based tool that allows users to search, analyse and display information provided from the Cariboo Regional District Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Department. This tool provides information on properties (lands and buildings), points of interest, roads, reserves, service areas, and water features.

Earlier this year, the CRD launched its new website which is highlighted by improved navigation, search engine optimization, enhanced internal search capabilities, mobile device compatibility, and is compatible with all major browsers in a user-friendly layout.


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