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The LTSA is actively working with the Integrated Cadastral Information Society (ICI Society) to make ParcelMap BC available to local governments and other key stakeholders. An Adoption Working Group (AWG) has been established as part of a collaborative plan to support the province-wide adoption of ParcelMap BC. The AWG will act as a forum where participating organizations will collaborate with facilitators and each other to discuss challenges and identify solutions for the successful province-wide adoption of ParcelMap BC. The working sessions will also help to identify value-added products and services that will enhance the value of ParcelMap BC to their organization.

AWG members include participants representing local governments, utilities, the Provincial government, BC Assessment, land surveyors and other organizations who can realize benefits from ParcelMap BC adoption. Contact parcelmapbc@ltsa.ca for more information.  

These local governments were the first to successfully adopt ParcelMap BC:

Resort Municipality of Whistler Replaces ICF with Successful Adoption of ParcelMap BC
Benefits of ParcelMap BC for City of Kimberley

Other municipalities and regional districts that have adopted ParcelMap BC include: 

  • Regional District of Blukley-Nechako
  • City of Cranbrook
  • Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine
  • Squamish-Lillooet Regional District
  • City of Grand Forks

The LTSA is grateful to these participating stakeholders who were members of the ParcelMap BC Advisory Committee that guided the initial development of ParcelMap BC and are currently engaged in the adoption of ParcelMap BC as the current, complete, and trusted parcel fabric for BC.