The City of Fort Saskatchewan uses a program called iMap to provide information on properties within municipal boundaries. By using this program, you can search for your property, find out the land use district (zoning) of your property and those around it, and access other important information such as your assessment or past and present permits. Before using iMap, we highly recommend reading through the following instructions.
To use iMap to find your property:
1. Access iMap by clicking on this link -> iMap
2. Chose the public access option.
3. Agree to the disclaimer on the next page.
4. Select the 'Search' tab from the top left-hand side of the page.
5. Select the search group you wish to search by from the drop-down menu. Your options are:
Civic Address: Street Name and Address
Legal Description: Plan, Block, Lot or Long Legal
Named Place: ex. City Hall
6. If searching by Civic Address, enter the first few letters/numbers of your street name and click 'Go'.
7. From the Street Name drop-down menu, select the full name of your street. iMap uses abbreviations for its' street names. Common ones you may encounter are:
|Avenue = AV||Bay = BAY|
|Bend = BEND||Boulevard = BLVD|
|Close = CL||Crescent = CR|
|Court = CRT||Drive = DR|
|Gate = GATE||Green = GRN|
|Lane = LN||Link = LINK|
|Place = PL||Point = PT|
|Road = RD||Ridge = RDGE|
|Street = ST||Terrace = TERR|
|Way = WY||Wynd = WYND|
8. Your selection will tabulate the address drop-down menu. From that menu select your house number and click 'Search'.
9. iMap will find and zoom to your property. Your lot will be highlighted with a star.
10. To find more information about your property, click on your lot. A separate window will open which will tell you your legal land description, tax roll number, land use district (zoning), and assessments. You can also find information about any past and present permits here.