The FrontCounter BC Discovery Tool is designed to help clients view an area of land within the Province of British Columbia. It provides basic information on how the land is currently being used and how it is used relative to your proposed application area.
For example, lands that are privately held or designated as a Provincial Park, National Park or First Nations Reserve are highly constrained in their potential for Crown authorizations and will require a call to FrontCounter BC staff to determine whether the proposed activity is permissible. Avoiding these areas when seeking potential candidate areas for your proposed application may improve your likelihood of success.
Because this tool does not show all land interests, you should contact FrontCounter BC to see if other interests exist that may conflict with your application before submitting it. Create an electronic file of your area of interest, called a Geomark, to submit with your application. Click here for more information on using the Geomark Web Service.
To use the FrontCounter BC Discovery Tool, you must have Google Earth loaded on your computer. Google Earth is a free internet product that is safe and easy to use.
The main purposes of this tool are:
The following enhancements have been incorporated into the FrontCounter BC Discovery Tool:
If you are not familiar with interactive web applications, view the on-line tutorial to help you get started or view the Frequently Asked Questions.
If you require assistance, contact FrontCounter BC:
Toll Free: 1-877-855-3222 E-Mail: email@example.com
Disclaimer: This service is provided for information purposes and is intended to assist the general public in gathering information prior to submitting a Crown Land use application. The accuracy of the information displayed, including specific references to data sources and other government web sources, has not been verified and is presented without warranty or liability. Prior to making a land use decision based on the information provided by the FrontCounter BC Discovery Tool, consult a FrontCounter BC office to interpret and verify the land information.