Maps - Town of Gibsons

Town of Gibsons Municipal Boundary

The map below can help you determine whether you are within the Town of Gibsons’ boundaries.

If you are unsure, click the following link to search for your address: SCRD Mapping System (

Maps of Gibsons

Town of Gibsons Map from Sunshine Coast Tourism

Art Path Map

Town of Gibsons Boundaries (Address Map)

The User-Friendly Trail Guide provides a description of all the Sunshine Coast’s most accessible trails.

Garbage/Organics Collection Zones

Public Parking In Lower Gibsons

Gibsons Location Map

Gibsons Landing Illustrated Walking Map

Town of Gibsons Illustrated Map

User-Friendly Trail Guide for Mobility Challenged

Gibsons Town Owned Properties

Gibsons Road Map

Trail and Cycle Network

Neighbourhood Areas

Parks and Civic Lands Maps

SCRD GIS Mapping System

SCRD maps are the gateway to the Sunshine Coast Regional District’s (SCRD) web-mapping services. These web-based systems bring information together from the SCRD’s Geographic Information System (GIS), to provide a one-stop shop for GIS map information about properties found within the Town of Gibsons. It also provides access to information in a variety of formats including downloadable PDF products, GIS data layers and interactive web mapping applications.

Access the GIS mapping tool here

Town of Gibsons GIS Map

Address Maps

Address Mapbook pages 1-8

Address Mapbook pages 1-14

Street Addresses Overview 2019


Zoning Map

OCP Land Use Plan

DPA 1 Geotechnical Hazards Development Permit Areas

DPA 2 Environmentally Sensitive Development Permit Areas

DPA 3-8 Form and Character Development Permit Areas

DPA 9 Gibsons Aquifer


Gibsons Water System

Gibsons Water Zones

Sanitary Sewer System

Storm Sewer System

Other Mapping Resources on the Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast Tourism

Sunshine Coast Habitat Atlas 

The SCRD, in partnership with Fisheries and Oceans Canada (F&OC), has created a Habitat Atlas for the Sunshine Coast. The Habitat Atlas is a series of maps, covering the extent of the SCRD; from Langdale to Egmont and north past the top of Jervis Inlet. Each page of the Atlas contains a map illustrating a number of features, including: streams, roads, trails, land parcels, fish and wildlife habitat, parks and protected areas, watershed boundaries, and aerial photographs. Over 40 different categories, or “layers” of information have been collected. Each layer is stored on computer in a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database at the SCRD office in Sechelt.