Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy
The City of Prince George (the "City") is committed to:
- Making it easy to access information and records online, directly through contact with departments, or formally under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA)
- Providing information in the City's Open Data Portal, at no charge.
Routinely Available Records
Much of the information sought by the public is available and provided routinely. Information may be available online or by contacting the appropriate City department. A written request is not required.
Examples of such records include, but are not limited to:
- Answers to questions related to departmental operations
- Open agendas and minutes
- Certain property-related information through Property Records requests (for a fee)
Some records may have attached fees as authorized by the City of Prince George Comprehensive Fees and Charges Bylaw No. 7557, 2004, as amended.
Maps and Open Data
The City of Prince George's flagship mapping service, PGMap, lets you see everything from administrative boundaries to zoning info and more. Our Open Data portal also lets you access dashboards, statistics, and other information related to City administration.
How to correct your personal information or what do you do if you have a concern regarding privacy protection:
Contact the program area at 250-561-7686 and discuss with City staff the personal information you would like corrected or submit your request in writing to the Information and Privacy Team at email@example.com