Find all of your municipal data in one place with WebMap.
WebMap is a one-stop-shop for all municipal data as it houses all important information in one centralized database. Access municipal information including tax, assessment, utility, GIS, and property information.
Centralized Municipal Data
Find all important municipal data in one centralized location including property information, bylaw tracking, LIDAR, and infrastructure data.
Integrate core information with providers including tax, assessment, utility, ESRI, QGIS, provincial datasets, AVL, and emergency services.
Collect assets in the field and conduct condition assessments using your smartphone.
Generate the reports that matter for data integrity, auditing, asset registries, and council meetings.
Turn your asset management plan into outcomes that help municipal asset planning and forecasting.
Break down information barriers between departments to enable cross-department collaboration.
FCM Corporate Partner
Munisight is proud to be a Corporate Partner of FCM. As we continue to expand services to communities across Canada, MuniSight looks to follow the highest standards. Our support of FCM, demonstrates our commitment to provide the most current, efficient, and innovative asset management practices.
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MuniSight WebMap – Frequently Asked Questions.
What type of information is available on WebMap?
Information on MuniSight’s Webmap product is controlled by the municipality. Typically, Municipalities try to make as much information public as possible while adhering to restrictions associated with Privacy Laws. These Privacy Restrictions may vary from municipality to municipality, so the information displayed to the public might not be the same across all MuniSight WebMap applications. With all of that in mind, the following information is typically available on MuniSight’s WebMap product:
- Land Parcel Information
- Land Zoning
- Electoral Division
- Fire Districts
- Rural & urban addresses
- Provincial LINC Number
- Roll Number
- Land Assessment & Taxation Information
- Orthographic imagery
- Road Network
- Road Name
- Any applicable usage restrictions (i.e. speed, max vehicle weight, etc.)
- Municipal assets
- Bridges & culverts
- Water Network
- Sewer Network
- Historical sites
If any of the information is missing from a municipality’s application, please contact the Municipality directly.
How do I find land parcel information?
You can access a wide range of information about a parcel of land by clicking on it in the WebMap application. If you are looking for a specific parcel of land, there are typically two ways to find it:
- Map navigation – use the map’s navigation tools to find the parcel of land on the map
- Search – use the applications search functionality, on the left pane, to search by:
- Roll number
- Legal location
- GPS coordinates
Land information is shown in a pop-up window in MuniSight. So if you are unable to see information after selecting a specific parcel of land, then you may have to turn off any pop-up blockers.
How can I navigate through the program?
As you move your mouse over the map, you will see information tooltips displayed. These tooltips show summary information about features in the map. You can use these tooltips to help find the location you seek.
Along the top of the map, there is a navigation toolbar with zoom tools. You can also use your mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out of the map. You can also press and drag the map to re-centre the map.
Along the left of the map are the legend and searches tabs. Scroll through the legend to see all the features or layers of information you can display. Use the searches to find specific information or locations on the map.
In between the legend and the map, you can access a number of tools you can use to explore the map.
Typically, in the top right of the application, you can access Municipal Orthographic Images.