Maps & Guides

With 150 years of history, Maple Ridge has grown from its agricultural roots and has a wide variety of things to do and places to check out. Whether you're visiting, just moving in, or have grown up here, the following maps and guides aim to help make our city practical to navigate, whether by street or trail.


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Crime Map

Get the location and time of recent property crimes, such as break-ins, vehicle thefts, and more.

Recycling Day Finder

Find out what day the Ridge Meadows Recycling Society will be by to pick up your recycling each week.

RidgeView - Interactive City Lot Map

Interactive map with Information about properties, facilities, attractions, utilities, schools, parks, and aerial imagery.

Trail and Park Guides

Parks and Recreation have developed outdoor recreation guides to increase your knowledge of local recreation opportunities and venues, encourage you to actively explore and enjoy the natural beauty within the community, and inspire you to build and maintain an active lifestyle.

Horse Trails

The Haney Horseman Association catalogs horse trails in both Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

Biking Around Maple Ridge

Travelling by bike just makes sense. It is healthy, sustainable, and cost-effective. The Metro Vancouver area is bike friendly and there are many networks of bike routes intertwined and connecting every community.

There are several streets that weave throughout Maple Ridge that have dedicated bike lanes. As well, there is an unpaved off-street route that follows the dyke from Maple Ridge to Pitt Meadows.

If you are interested in local cycling education, events and helpful information visit HUB.

Open Data Portal

The City provides a municipal data catalogue and maps to the public for analysis and download. The intent is to empower the use of City data to develop innovative, local solutions to help address complex community issues. Learn more on our Open Data Portal page.