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Hamlets are smaller settlement areas identified in municipal official plans, generally without municipal water and sewer servicing. For precise boundaries and locations of hamlets, the appropriate municipality should be consulted.
Unincorporated areas can have Advisory or Hamlet Councils that carry out an advisory role for the Local Advisory Area and is the community voice in the process of developing plans.
Local service district polygons are a graphical representation of the local service district boundaries as defined in the Local Service Districts Regulation - Municipalities Act with an associated LSD place name attribute.
Minor urban center is one of the 7 Niagara Escarpment Plan land use designations. This designation includes rural settlements, villages and hamlets. The boundaries of minor urban centres are defined by the municipality in an approved official plan and/or secondary plan. More information
The distribution of Property - Municipal Boundaries data to the public is provided by AltaLIS Ltd., distributing agent for the Alberta Data Partnerships Ltd. (ADP), formerly Spatial Data Warehouse Ltd. (SDW), on behalf of the Government of Alberta. The Property - Municipal Boundaries data includes a GIS-ready mapping database created by Alberta Environment and Parks and includes the following: Counties, MD’s, Special Areas, Improvement Districts, Cities, Towns, Villages, Summer Villages and Hamlets. This product is available from AltaLIS Ltd. under the Province of Alberta’s ‘Open Government Licence’.
This dataset contains spatial and attribute information for local and regional greenspaces in British Columbia. Local and regional greenspaces are municipal or regional district lands designated by local government agencies and managed for public enjoyment, ecosystem or wildlife values. Spatial boundaries were sourced from municipal and regional district web sites, which in some cases provide datasets under Open Government Licence, and in other cases, publicize parks and greenspaces on web maps or pdf maps. Boundaries were edge-matched to the ParcelMap BC cadastre.
The Improvement District dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent large unincorporated rural areas in Alberta. Improvement District is a large unincorporated rural area defined under the authority of the Municipal Government Act and administered under the Improvement District Act. The provincial and federal governments have the primary responsibility in the Improvement District except for school affairs.
Geographic Information System (GIS) data with the following mapping layers from the Greenbelt Plan: * outer boundaries * protected countryside and urban river valley designations * specialty crop areas (Niagara tender fruit, grape area and Holland Marsh) * settlement areas (towns, villages and hamlets) * river valley connections. The data also contains associated policy designation mapping.
Province wide dataset of all physical locations which have been assigned a civic number by Municipalities and First Nations Communities. Data download also available via GeoNova: https://nsgi.novascotia.ca/WSF_DDS/DDS.svc/DownloadFile?tkey=fhrTtdnDvfytwLz6&id=70
This bilingual map shows the geography of the northern circumpolar region, north of approximately 55 degrees, at a scale of 1:9 000 000. The map uses the azimuthal equidistant projection. It includes all international boundaries, as well as the Canadian provincial and territorial boundaries and Canada's 200 nautical mile offshore exclusive economic zone. National capital cities are shown, as are other cities, towns, villages and hamlets.