Municipal Addressing

City building

The main goal of municipal addressing policy is to maintain a consistent system for the addressing of buildings to assist emergency services when they're trying to find your home, business or building in an emergency.

We want to ensure that every occupied building has a unique address making it easy to identify and locate. Consistent municipal addressing can also help improve services from local government and utility companies.

It's not just a number: It can save your life

To obtain an address or request an address change, please contact the Geomatics and Mapping Division by email or by phone at 705-742-7777 ext. 1678.

  • Requests for a change of address related to 9-1-1 standards are completed free of charge.
  • Requests for a change of address not related to 9-1-1 standards are subject to a $60 fee.

myAddress Verification tool

Use the interactive tool below to verify your property address and ensure that additional units are accounted for. Missing addresses that are reported will be added to the provincial 911 database. 

myAddress Verification

Municipal Address Memos

Address Memos / Notifications are sent out to key stakeholders and property owners when City addresses are modified or new addresses are created. Using the interactive tool below, search the list of Address Notifications from 2004 to the present day. You can search by individual addresses or by street name.

Search Address Memos

About the By-Law

The Municipal Addressing By-Law (09-050) includes information related to municipal addressing activities, including:

  • Definitions
  • Assignment of municipal numbers
  • Standards for municipal number signs
  • Work performed by the City
  • Prohibitions
  • Severability
  • Offence