Welcome to Grey County's Open Data Catalogue.

Grey County is committed to being an open and transparent government. We value making our data open and accessible. This Open Data Catalogue is a tool for the public to access content generated by the County in an accessible and machine-readable format.

For the initial release of data, Grey County has provided content that is high value, high quality and is readily available in an open format. As we develop our Open Data program, we will be adding datasets regularly. We look forward to encouraging and cooperating with the public to ensure the content we share is useable and valuable.

Please view our Open Data Licence for more information about using the information provided through this catalogue.

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Administrative Boundaries

Administrative boundaries in Grey County, including county, municipal and settlement area boundaries.

Complete list.

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Official Plan

Datasets used in Grey County's official plan. Some datasets are maintained by third-party organizations. Please refer to Niagara Escarpment Commission, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests, Land Information Warehouse, and Drinking Water Source Protection for more information.

Complete List.

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Transportation

All roads within Grey County. Includes civic address ranges, jurisdiction (street class), and alternate names.

Road Sensor Weather Data from five locations on Grey County roads.

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Recreation

Contains layers associated with recreation activities in the
County of Grey such as Trails & Tourism Points of Interest.
Complete list.

Latest Datasets

Rural and On-Farm Business Listings
This is a listing of all on-farm / rural business zoning and official plan amendments from the years 2005 – 2014. The basis for this data being zoning and official plan amendments, so it does not necessarily capture on-farm business applications for those properties within the Niagara Escarpment Plan area. This data helped serve as the background for the County’s recent on-farm business study done by planning students from Waterloo.

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