COVID-19 Notice: LTSA Front Counters Open By Appointment Only

Please be aware that LTSA’s Land Title Office front counters are open by appointment only. A new booking and visiting procedure is in place to protect the safety of our customers and staff. Customers can contact the Customer Service Centre to book an in-person visit. Please visit or follow us on Twitter for more information.


Adoption Resources, including workflow and process management tools, are available for organizations who are considering ParcelMap BC adoption.

Current ParcelMap BC Adopters

The adoption of ParcelMap BC is a milestone, where ParcelMap BC is recognized and referenced as the current, complete and trusted mapped representation of titled and Crown land parcels in BC, graphically and for identifying attribution, by the Adopter organization, which include local governments and major utilities in the Province, among others.

Contact for more information.

Comments from a Parcelmap BC Adopter

“As a dynamic and reliable assessment services provider that supports strong and vibrant communities, BC Assessment benefits from operational and customer efficiencies by using ParcelMap BC as our cadastre source.”

Tom, BC Assessment

Map of Local Governments Who Have Adopted ParcelMap BC

Local governments who have adopted are shown in green and those in the process of transitioning are in blue.

View larger map

Current ParcelMap BC Adopters

Local Governments Other Adopters
Resort Municipality of Whistler Agricultural Land Commission
City of Kimberley DataBC (Ministry of Citizens’ Services)
Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako BC Assessment
City of Cranbrook FortisBC – Electricity
Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine RCMP E Division
Squamish-Lillooet Regional District TransLink (South Coast BC Transportation Authority)
City of Grand Forks TransMountain Canada Inc
District of Tofino LTSA: Office of the Director of Land Titles
Village Lion’s Bay LTSA: Office of the Surveyor General
City of Penticton  
District of Stewart  
City of Prince Rupert  
Village of Ashcroft  
Tsawwassen First Nation  
District of Port Edward  
Village of Belcarra  
City of Revelstoke  
District of Peachland  
District of Houston  
District of Ucluelet  
District of 100 Mile House  
City of Quesnel  
Town of Ladysmith  
Peace River Regional District  
District of Tumbler Ridge  
City of Williams Lake  
District of Sicamous  
Regional District of Fraser-Fort George  
City of Rossland  
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District  
Village of Valemount  
City of Trail  
Stikine Region  
Village of Burns Lake  
Village of Fraser Lake  
District of Fort St. James  
Village of Granisle  
Town of Smithers  
Village of Telkwa  
District of Vanderhoof  
Village of Pouce Coupe  
District of Taylor  
Village of McBride  
District of Mackenzie  
Village of Hazelton  
District of New Hazelton  
City of Kamloops  
District of Summerland  
District of Chetwynd  
Village of Pemberton  
District of Squamish  
District of Lake Country  
Islands Trust  
Fraser Valley Regional District  
District of Hope  
Village of Harrison Hot Springs  
District of Lillooet  
Thompson-Nicola Regional District  
Village of Chase  
District of Logan Lake  
Village of Cache Creek  
Village of Lytton  
City of Merritt  
Village of Clinton  
District of Barriere  
Sun Peaks Mountain Resort Municipality  
District of Clearwater  
Village of Port Clements  
Village of Masset  
North Coast Regional District  
Central Coast Regional District  
Prince Rupert Port Authority  
Village of Queen Charlotte  
City of Powell River  
Qathet Regional District  
District of Elkford  



A monthly updated dashboard detailing the current status of adoption across the stakeholder community can be found on the ParcelMap BC Adoption Status page.

Resources for Adopting ParcelMap BC

LTSA and ICI Society offer a number of resources and tools to allow organizations to adopt ParcelMap BC fabric as their base cadastre for operations. The following are the resources currently available.

Assessing Resources

Learn more about the ParcelMap BC information model and related services.

Explore the anticipated task areas and supporting resources to adopt to ParcelMap BC.

Capture a snapshot of how your cadastral data is currently structured.

Evaluate alignment of your current cadastral data to ParcelMap BC.

Gain approval to proceed with a transition plan to adopt ParcelMap BC.

Transitioning Resources

Spatially align your datasets with ParcelMap BC.

Align the information model of your cadastral data with ParcelMap BC.

Find external assistance to help you transition to ParcelMap BC.

Understand ParcelMap BC spatial improvement activities in your area.

Contribute data to aid in spatial improvement of ParcelMap BC in your area.

Collaborating Resources

Find resources, best practices and knowledge shared with peer organizations.

Benefits for Adopters

ParcelMap BC supports the operations of local governments and other Participating Stakeholders by helping improve the speed of land-related research, planning and business decisions while minimizing data discrepancies.

  • Delivers a sustainable, standardized and continually updated spatial and attribute representation for parcels – a closest-to-source, province-wide property data infrastructure with fewer errors and greater efficiency.
  • Serves as a common system of reference – ParcelMap BC is used to research, prepare and submit survey plans across all local jurisdictions.
  • Provides an authoritative representation of property ownership including tax assessment relationship to BC Assessment’s Jurisdiction and Roll (Folio).
  • Delivers cross-border cadastral data alignment between local governments while supporting alignment of other key data such as zoning, planning, asset management and transportation.
  • Helps inform constituents with land-related research and assist with front counter inquiries through ParcelMap BC Search service.
  • Legal, engineering, survey and IT staff can focus on value-add and service delivery, not maintaining parcel data.