Our standard mapping products are downloadable in Adobe PDF format and are ready for printing. Each map retains its original
dimensions, size and scale so that the quality and clarity of every map is preserved. The Single Maps are printed on one page and
depict a single theme. They cover the entire District and in most cases have a scale of 1:12,500. These maps will show a large
area but with less detail and provide a good overview of the District. Conversely, the Map Sets represent a unique theme and
consist of multiple map sheets. Our map sets divide the District into smaller areas, or grids, thereby allowing each map sheet
to show more information in greater detail. So far, a total of 187,533 maps have been
downloaded by our users.
A large, wall-size (62" x 36"), full colour aerial photography map of the District of North Vancouver. At 300 dpi for excellent viewing and printing, the detail available in this 1:10,000 scale image is equivalent to one metre resolution.
Based off our standard street map, the bikeways map highlights the North Shore bicycle network (streets intended as bike routes). The transit network (streets used by buses) is also highlighted .
Bus routes throughout both North Vancouver District and the City of North Vancouver, colour coded by route number. Transit hubs are also indicated with a listing of route numbers which service them.
This map shows the percent of green commuters in the labour force by neighbourhood. Graphs display modes of transportation by age group, a regional comparison of the DNV to other Metro Vancouver municipalities, and historical statistics from previous census years.
This map shows the percent of residents with university degree by neighbourhood. Graphs display a breakdown of postsecondary qualifications by major field of study, a regional comparison to other municipalities, and historical statistics from previous census years.
This map illustrates the percent of rental housing in each neighbourhood. Graphs display percentages of housing structure types by tenure, a comparison of housing structure types by North Shore Municipalities, and private dwelling construction over time.
This map displays the percent of immigrants in each neighbourhood. Graphs display a breakdown of immigrants by birth place, percentage changes over the years, and a regional comparison of immigrant percentages throughout Metro Vancouver.
This map gives an overview of median household incomes in the District by neighbourhood. Graphs display income by gender, DNV and Metro Vancouver changes over the years, and a regional comparison of median household incomes to other municipalities.
This map shows the percent of residents, by neighbourhood, with a non-official mother tongue language. Graphs give a breakdown of non-official languages, show historical changes, and provide a regional comparison of language in Metro Vancouver.
This map shows population by neighbourhood in the District. With a focus on age, graphs display three age groups by gender, show changes to these age groups over time, and provide a regional comparison of age group ratios to other municipalities.
This map shows population by neighbourhood in the District. With a focus on gender, graphs breakdown gender counts by five year age intervals, provide a regional comparison of gender ratios to other municipalities, and display general population growth over time.
This map shows the percentage of employed District residents, by neighbourhood. Graphs provide a breakdown of the workforce by industry, historical fluctuations of the unemployment rate, and a regional comparison of workforce percentages by municipality.
This map displays, by neighbourhood, the percentage of employed residents who work within the District. Graphs breakdown where DNV residents work (by municipality), show changes over time, and a regional comparison of people working outside their municipality.
This smaller (11" x 17") sized map illustrates both the primary and alternate routes to which transportation of dangerous goods are restricted while travelling through the DNV.
This map shows properties next to the creeks and rivers that are at potential risk due to debris flow, debris flood and flood. These areas may be subject to additional regulations and restrictions.
The purpose of this Development Permit Area is to complement Councilís Green Building Strategy for new buildings to foster the efficient use of energy and water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Development in these areas may be subject to additional regulations and restrictions.
The purpose of this Development Permit Area is to guide the form and character of commercial, industrial and multi-family development, and their relationship to the surrounding neighbourhood. Development in these areas is subject to additional regulations and restrictions.
The purpose of this Development Permit Area is to protect the natural features and ecological systems that may be present in these areas. Development in these areas may be subject to additional regulations and restrictions.
This map shows properties that are near the top or bottom of very steep slopes. Development in these areas may be subject to additional regulations and restrictions.
This map shows properties next to and within creek corridors. The purpose of this Development Permit Area is to protect the habitat for fish and wildlife and fulfils the District's and property owner's obligation pursuant to the Provincial Riparian Area Regulations. Development in these areas may be subject to additional regulations and restrictions.
This map shows the forests at risk for wildfire and the adjacent properties. Development in these areas may be subject to additional regulations and restrictions.
A colour coded map of the District of North Vancouver's five waste collection regions, along with this year's calendar indicating which day of the week each zone receives pick-up.
This map illustrates locations and names of all creeks, rivers and water bodies across District. It also indicates the names and boundaries of their respective watershed regions.
High-res, colour aerial photography is highlighted in this map. Features the Maplewood area and information on how air photos are used in the District's GIS. Rich colour and amazing detail make this imagery extremely valuable to the GIS.
A full-colour map highlighting the uses of satellite imagery at the District. Includes background information on the IKONOS Satellite, real-world uses for high resolution satellite imagery, and the complete colour IKONOS image of North Vancouver.
A colourful, amazingly detailed Landsat 7 ETM+ Satellite image of Metro Vancouver. Includes an inset image of the DNV, areas of interest captured by Landsat's high-res panchromatic sensor, and some local Census information.
Extraordinary mosaic of 12 Landsat 7 ETM+ Satellite images encompassing South-Western BC (from NE of Kamloops to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island). Highlights areas of interest and the utility of multi-spectral sensors such as Landsat.
This map provides the names and associated regions of all District of North Vancouver neighbourhoods, differentiating them from each other using an assortment of colour shadings.
This map presents an general overview of current property ownership categories throughout the District. For more detailed ownership information, please refer to the Ownership Map Series below.
Boundaries illustrating Elementary and Secondary school attendance catchment areas, as well as locations of all primary, secondary, and post-secondary schools in North Vancouver.
Due to building bylaw requirements, the snow load elevation ranges illustrated on this map are designed to aid when planning structural design.
This map illustrates the priority levels assigned to streets in the District of North Vancouver with respect to snow removal. During, and after, a snowfall event streets are ploughed based on these pre-determined classifications.
One of two versions of our standard street map, this illustrates North Vancouver streets and an assortment of major facilities and points of interest.
This map illustrates North Vancouver streets based on street classification.
One of two versions of our standard street map, in addition to the features found on the other version, this map includes an alphabetical listing of street names and associated grid coordinates making it easy to find particular streets.
This map covers the Western portion of the District of North Vancouver. It includes public trails, an elevation profile, 20m contour intervals and a three dimensional hillshade to better display the topgraphical characteristics of the area.
This map covers the Eastern portion of the District of North Vancouver. It includes public trails, an elevation profile, 20m contour intervals and a three dimensional hillshade to better display the topgraphical characteristics of the area.
A colour coded overview of current zoning areas throughout the District of North Vancouver. For detailed zoning, refer to the Zoning Series below.
Package of 7 maps created by BGC Engineering for the Berkley Landslide Risk Management Assessment. Maps include topography, previous slide locations, and risk estimates for future slides before and after remediation work.
The Ownership Series maps depict property ownership throughout the District. Lots are shaded based on private, multi, District, Federal, etc. Lot information is also shown.
Property lines, lot dimensions, addresses, lot and block numbers, legal plan numbers, street names and drivable surfaces can all be read from the 1:2000 Property Series maps, our most popular map set.
Property lines, addresses, street names and drivable surfaces can be seen on the 1:5000 Property Series maps. These maps cover a much larger area than the 1:2000 series above.
The Zoning Series maps depict current property zoning across District of North Vancouver. Lots are shaded based on park land, single family residential, multi-family residential, commercial, etc.