Geographic Information System (GIS Mapping)

Geographic Information System (GIS) is a technology used for the storage, retrieval, analysis, and display of geographic information. This information includes features or places within the city that have a component, which can be displayed by a simple geometric representation, such as parcels, roads, or natural features including water bodies and wetlands.

The City of Sault Ste. Marie GIS web mapping system includes over 20 map overlays that show historical aerial photographs, school districts, voter precinct locations, wetlands, and zoning districts. If further assistance is required, you may e-mail the site administrator at lmiller [at]

This site works on all Apple and Android devices. It has been tested on Apple devices back to iPhone 4 and iPad 2 using the Safari browser. We have seen the best results from the site while using Chrome in Windows and Android, and Safari on Apple devices. Other supported browsers include Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox.

If you are having difficulties seeing the viewer from your web browser, you will need to disable your browser "pop-up blocker".

Launch GIS Mapping