Maps

Below you will find many of the most frequently requested maps. Check out Fortmap for more maps and information.

Fortmap

The City of Fort Saskatchewan uses a program called Fortmap 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 Fortmap, we highly recommend reading through the following instructions.

Using Fortmap

  1. Access Fortmap.
  2. Using the Search bar, you can search for:
    • Civic Address: Street Name and Address
    • Legal Description: Plan, Block, Lot or Long Legal, or
    • Named Place: ex. City Hall
  3. Your search will tabulate the address drop-down menu. From the menu, select your house number.
  4. Fortmap will find and zoom to your property.
  5. To find available information about your property, click on your lot. A small Legal Parcel box will open with available information. You can also find information about any past and present permits here:
    • Select ‘Show Related Records’ at the bottom of the Legal Parcel box and select the permits you want to view.
    • Permits will be accessible at the bottom of your screen.
  6. Fortmap uses abbreviations for its' street names. Common ones you may encounter are:
    Street name abbreviations list in iMap

    Street Name

    Abbreviation

    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


Please note: Due to the Highway 15 Bridge Twinning Project, some trails in Fort Centre Park will be closed off to the public during construction. For more information on this project, please visit: alberta.ca/highway-15-twinning-project.aspx