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Mississauga Culture on the Map
Explore Mississauga's public art, museums, heritage, artists, venues, events and other cultural resources.
  Mississauga Culture on the Map
 
2014 Street Guide Available
Find any Mississauga street using the Street Guide
Buy the 2014 Street Guide ($14.50) from our eCity store or from two of our City locations. Phone 905-615-3200 ext. 3347 for more information.
  Street Guide
 
City Owned Lands
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Inventory of all City Owned Properties
  City Owned Lands
 
City Wards
Ward Boundary Changes
Map displaying current City Wards as of January 1, 2010
  City Ward Map - Current
 
Mississauga Plan (In Effect)
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Click on this link to quickly access the latest version of Mississauga's Official Plan (Mississauga Plan).
  Mississauga Plan (In Effect) Internal Link
 
Mississauga Zoning By-law
New Zoning By-Law
Read all about Mississauga's Zoning By-law. We have an entire page devoted to this new document.
  Mississauga Zoning By-law
 
Maps
eMaps, Mississauga's Interactive Online Mapping Service
Welcome to the City of Mississauga's eMaps site.


This online mapping service allows you to:
  • browse and explore the City's mapping
  • overlay current and historical aerial photography
  • locate a street address or property
  • locate a street intersection
  • print maps to scale
  • measure distances
  • generate user-defined web links for the purpose of sharing maps


To use eMaps, it is strongly recommended that you have the following:
  • Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7
  • Internet Explorer 6.0+ (must be 32-bit version, not 64-bit)
  • 512MB RAM (preferred)
  • a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher
  • 16 or 32 bit colour quality (24 bit not supported)
  • high-speed or broadband internet connection
  • DirectX 9.0c (extended features)
  • Bentley Map Viewer ActiveX Control (provided)
 
The first time you run eMaps you will be prompted to download and install Bentley's Map Viewer client, and the required DirectX components. To complete the installation, you must accept the terms of the Bentley licensing agreement.

Please note that eMaps was upgraded to a newer version, during April 2011.  If you are a previous eMaps user prior to this date you will be required to update the Bentley Map Viewer client on your PC.  Instructions on how to upgrade to the new Map Viewer are located here.

If you are experiencing issues with viewing the maps, after installing the Map Viewer client, please ensure that your firewall/proxy servers are opened to allow access through ports 8081, 8084 and 8087, and that the eMaps server is accessible at IP address 142.240.200.160.

For more details, please refer to the FAQ pages: eMaps Frequently Asked Questions and Help page

Notes: You must have administrative privileges on your PC to install the Map Viewer ActiveX control. Also, turn off any pop-up blocking software. eMaps was designed for use with Microsoft Internet Explorer 32-bit version. eMaps has not been tested to work with Netscape and will not work on a Macintosh Computer.  Future plans for eMaps include the creation of "lite" web client, which will support a wider range of browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, and Netscape. This solution will be very basic and offer less functionality and features than what is currently available with the Bentley ActiveX Map Viewer control.


 Geomatics

What is Geomatics

Geomatics is the science and technology of gathering, analyzing, interpreting, distributing and using geographic information. Geomatics encompasses a broad range of disciplines that can be brought together to create a detailed but understandable picture of the physical world and our place in it. These disciplines include: surveying (cadastral, geodesy), mapping (photogrammetry, hydrography and cartography), remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS). *1

The Geomatics sector

Geomatics is one of the fastest-growing technology sectors of the 1990s - and Canada is at its forefront. Canada's Geomatics community is a recognized world leader in providing the software, hardware and value-added services that can help address problems and opportunities in such areas as: the environment, land management and reform, development planning, infrastructure management, natural resource monitoring, sustainable development, coastal zone management and mapping. Citizens and businesses in Mississauga have improved access to public information, in the form or products and services (maps and applications) such at the "Click to Ride" Transit ride planner, the ePlanning "property map display" and the eMaps interactive street guide. *1

Geomatics at the City of Mississauga

The City of Mississauga Geomatics Section offers a wide variety of products and services to businesses, and individuals. Regular and customs maps, GIS data exports and digital aerial imagery are but a few such products and services. Citizens and businesses in Mississauga have improved access to public information, in the form geographical applications such as the "Click to Ride" Transit ride planner, the ePlanning "property map display" and the eMaps interactive street guide.

For questions relating to data on eMaps or other products and services, please e-mail tw.counter@mississauga.ca.

*1 Source text selected (and modified) from http://ess.nrcan.gc.ca/geocan/about_e.php.

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