Index of Maps
Project Referral Maps
When does a land use project need to be referred to the County Planning Board for review? Land use projects must be referred to the County when a parcel boundary is within 500’ of:
1) A county, village or town boundary
2) Existing or proposed county or state park or other recreation area
3) Existing or proposed county or state road or right of way
4) Existing or proposed right of way of any county stream or drainage channel
5) County or state owned land that contains a public facility; or
6) The boundary of a farm operation in an agricultural district.
Map for All Seasons
St. Lawrence County is the largest county in New York State in terms of area. There are small, local maps that describe certain natural and recreational features, but an overall guide for the County as a whole has only been occasionally available. This is the niche that the Map For All Seasons was designed to fill. Visitors or residents can consult the map, find out what they want to do and then, if necessary, obtain more detailed information on specific sites. The map is visually pleasing, clear and easy to use. It promotes an awareness and appreciation for the abundant natural resources found in the County.
County Trail Guide
St. Lawrence County boasts a number of beautiful trails for public use and enjoyment. they are available for snowmobiling, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, etc. The County Trail Guide has been compiled in order to bring these trails to the attention of the public and to facilitate greater use of the lesser known accessible trails found on state and county owned lands.
Stone Valley Cooperative Recreational Area
This is a very scenic hiking area along the Raquette River between Colton and Hannawa Falls.
NYS GIS Maps
The New York State Geographical Information Clearinghouse , operated by the NYS Office for Technology, was established to disseminate information about New York's Statewide GIS Coordination Program. The GIS Clearinghouse offers three types of raster maps: