GIS at Oxford County

GIS team looking at maps

Oxford County offers many geographic data services and mapping products through the Corporate Geographic Information System (GIS). GIS is used by staff to manage building permits through inspection tracking and status monitoring, and to verify property ownership and 911 addresses. It is used to maintain transportation networks for effective routing and transportation analysis, and gather information about the landscape to evaluate land development proposals. Oxford County uses GIS to provide better services to you.

Are you looking for a map that is not on the website or do you require a specialized map?

Contact the GIS team

Interactive Maps

Online mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services and resources

Printed Maps

PDF maps available to be downloaded and printed

Data Requests

Available geographic data

History of GIS

Oxford County’s GIS model dates back to 1985, at which time it was called the Land Related Information System (LRIS). The LRIS integrated information such as property and infrastructure data from various government systems. The LRIS received the prestigious Exemplary Systems in Government Award from the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) in 1988. The system is now called MAP-IT and is used by the County and area municipalities today and has been expanded to support numerous business processes including administering building permits, civic addressing and Public Works - work management.