- Tax Parcel Management System
- Permit Tracking System
- Development Tracking System
- Service Request Tracking System
- Road Asset Management System
- Water Asset Management System
- Sewer Asset Management System
- Water Well Management
- Access to Municipal DataWorks
- Mobile Solutions
- User Security Administration

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- 911 Emergency Response
- Automated Vehicle Location
- Gas Infrastructure
- Electrical Infrastructure
- Wastewater Flow Demand
- Facility Management
- Municipal Drains
- Forestry

- Utility Shutoff/Outage
- EPANET INP Support Module

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GIS Services > Municipal Info & Utility Infrastructure Mgt > United Counties of Prescott & Russell

Municipal Information and Utility Infrastructure Management

United Counties of Prescott and Russell
Networking the UCPR Geographic Information System

The United Counties of Prescott and Russell (UCPR) is located in Eastern Ontario and is the upper tier of a two-tier municipal government which includes the local municipalities of the City of Clarence-Rockland, the Town of Hawkesbury, the Village of Casselman and the Townships of Alfred and Plantagenet, Champlain, East Hawkesbury, Nation and Russell. The UCPR comprises an area of 2,002 km2 and has a population of 80,184 with 31,310 private dwellings (2006 census) .

From 2000 to 2001, Hunter GIS implemented web-based solutions for Tax Parcel Management, Resource Mapping and Development Tracking. This project received an Industry Canada Success Story Award. The primary goal of this project was to establish a multi-tiered network accessible to local municipalities, schools and the public for access to Planning and Economic Development spatial and attribute database information in a timely, flexible and efficient manner. Hunter GIS configured, loaded and enabled the United Counties server and data at its Mississauga office and provided Extranet access to key United Counties employees, stakeholders and lower tier municipalities to permit evaluation of remote network access of data sets and solutions. Hunter subsequently integrated the GIS server into the United Counties Information Technology Network (Jan 2002). Solutions operated without further support from Hunter GIS until 2005.

The customer reported that “the work performed by Hunter GIS has been of the highest quality and certainly beyond our expectations given the scope of the project”.

For further information, see Industry Canada Success Stories (Prescott-Russell à la carte) at:


Continuing Work:

2005: During the Spring of 2005, Hunter upgraded UCPR platform software and solutions, consolidated migration to new servers, and provided technology transfer services. Work included installation of Hunter’s Road Asset Management Solutions and upgraded Water Well Management Solutions.

What the client said: “We are impressed with the changes, how fast it went and how seamless it was for external users. Good job.” (Dec 13, 2006)

2006-2008, 2010: Additional standby support and solution enhancement work was undertaken on request during each of the years 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010 and efficiently delivered via remote access to Prescott and Russell servers.