Montreal physical maps that usually show physical features such as rivers, mountains, forest and lakes using different colors.
Mountains are shown in brown, rivers and lakes are shown in blue, places of low elevation are shown in dark green and, as the elevation increases, the color changes into light green and then into orange.
That said, there are many types of Montreal maps, boroughs free maps, cities free maps, street maps, online maps, road maps, driving maps, topographic maps, satellite map... Maps are important because of the precise information they supply.
All kinds of maps offered by each borough and each city of the Island of Montreal. Maps of the Island of Montreal, maps of the City of Montreal, maps of each of our 19 boroughs, maps of of each of our 15 reconstituted cities, maps that help us figure out where we are and where we wish to go.
A series of Boroughs Physical Maps to help you find a particular training center, a local park, an outdoor pool, a community garden, a municipal building...
The purpose of each of our borough maps is to help you determine what you wish to see or discover. All kinds of maps to find whatever is important to you or what interests you somewhere, anywhere on the Island of Montreal.
Nowadays, each borough council has its own budget and each borough offers direct services to its residents. Services that include cultural activities, maintenance of public places, local parks, municipal roads, sports activities that you can easily locate with each borough and each city map.
Cities Physical Maps about the Island of Montreal with its City of Montreal divided into 19 boroughs that each have their own Montreal physical map, along with its 15 reconstituted cities that also have physical maps for each of their city, town, ville and village.
Each city offers local services to all its respective residents just like the city of Montreal does and each City Council in each reconstituted city offers very similar local services to its residents.
In 2002 the Parti Québécois merged all the cities of the Island of Montreal into one mega City. In 2006 the Parti Libéral partially de-merged the Island of Montreal into 16 cities, 15 independent cities including the very small Dorval Island and the City of Montreal divided into 19 boroughs.
The entire Island of Montreal officially called the Agglomeration of Montreal is governed by an Agglomeration Council. A Council that offers shared services on each borough and each city maps.
The costs of these services are shared by the tax payers in both boroughs and cities. Taxpayers in boroughs and in reconstituted cities receive a separate tax bill for their part of shared Agglomeration services.
The Agglomeration Council also offers Montreal en Statistiques that provides various information such as demographic and economic profiles for each borough and each city of the Island of Montreal.
The main topics covered are employment, business establishments, household spending, residential manpower and residential construction and housing. Facts and figures that are available by subject, by territory and by all kinds of Montreal physical maps.