GIS and Mapping Services
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) use a variety of technologies to create static, digital, and interactive mapping products. Spatial data is collected from a number of different sources such as engineering plans, GPS acquisition, and even paper products. This information is used by various departments in their daily operations, for future planning and analysis or for managing infrastructure.
Land Ownership Information
The Alberta Land Titles provides free access to a Spatial Information System named SPIN2. Anyone can log on and use the SPIN 2's search services to search for ownership, title information, registered plans of survey and more. The website also offers the public the option of creating an account to purchase products.
Please visit the following url to access the SPIN2 website: https://alta.registries.gov.ab.ca/spinii/logon.aspx
Some GIS datasets are available freely for download through the Town’s Open Data program. These datasets include LiDAR, orthophoto, addresses and more. Please visit the Canmore Open Data website to browse all the datasets available at http://opendata-canmore.opendata.arcgis.com/
Please note for each data request, a charge of 75$/hour will be applied to process and assemble the data. The minimum charge for all requests will be 75$.
Parcel mapping and cadastral boundaries is created, maintained and sold by AltaLIS. The Town can share this data only for Town specific projects. For all other uses, the data must be acquired through AltaLIS.
Custom maps may be created by request at a charge of $75/hr.
Data License Agreement