Kamloops, BC – October 25, 2022 – The Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) has launched a new online service called myTNRD, which will serve as a hub for providing data for public and commercial use.
The myTNRD portal provides streamlined access to open data, interactive maps and cartographic maps, free of charge. Products that are available include, but are not limited to:
- Community-specific maps;
- Custom maps and applications;
- Geographic data that can be downloaded in various formats; and
- myRegionView for viewing property information.
Using myTNRD, members of the public can view and print customized maps, interact with TNRD web maps to discover regional and local services, land use and property information, emergency events, election results and more.
“We are proud to launch the myTNRD portal for the public, which is easy to use and has an intuitive design,” said Nga To, TNRD Business Applications Supervisor. “Whether users are looking for information about a particular property, Electoral Area or the TNRD as a whole, we encourage people to become familiar with the myTNRD portal and the data that is available to them.”
Completion of the myTNRD portal is Phase 1 of the TNRD Geographic Information Services (GIS) Open Data Strategy. The GIS Open Data Strategy is a multi-year project that has been identified in the TNRD’s Strategic Plan, which will make comprehensive maps, applications, data and metrics available to internal and external stakeholders.
To view the myTNRD portal, visit maps.tnrd.ca/mytnrd. Links to myTNRD, myRegionView, maps, apps and open data can also be found by visiting tnrd.ca/maps. Members of the public can also provide feedback on the myTNRD portal through a short survey, which can be found here.
Data provided through myTNRD is subject to restrictions in the TNRD Open Data License.
Nga To, Business Applications Supervisor
Thompson-Nicola Regional District
Tel.: 250 377-7190