The County of Huron’s Information & Technology Services team offers Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services in a variety of ways:
- You can explore geographical information using our online interactive viewers,
- You can download a pre-made map, or;
- You can access our map library
Additional data sets are available on our Open Data website. If you require a data set that is not currently available, please send us an email or give us a call and we would be glad to assist you. Our contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.
Explore our interactive maps. You can search by address, property roll number, road name, or points of interest. Our interactive maps include various aerial imagery spanning from 2006 to 2015.
A broad range of standard maps are available for download in our Map Library page. You can also order a variety of printed maps in several sizes, or request a custom map.
If you have specific data requirements that our interactive maps or open data portal cannot satisfy, you can submit a request for additional information on our Data Requests page.
“Open Data” is defined as structured data that is machine-readable, freely shared, used and built on without restrictions. The County of Huron has established an Open Data website that contains a repository of datasets that have been made available to the public.
Partner municipalities can request the assignment of a new/modified municipal address or request an intersection or property blade using one of our Municipal Addressing Request Forms.
For more information about our interactive viewers, see our Frequently Asked Questions page.