Town plan and bird's eye view

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For 10 years, the council offices have been equipped with a geographic information system (GIS) for their own purposes. We have extracted part of it to make available to you an interactive town plan that enables you to display, not just the overall plan of roads and buildings, but also the aerial views (Orthophotography*). The photographs were taken in September 2006.

You can position yourself with a specific address or from a particular point (button: search) selected with keywords (building, site, park, etc.). The system scans the area and zooms in on the place.

You can choose whether you want the points to be displayed or masked (button: legend of POI). An information sheet and a photo is attached to each point (click on the object).

The plan is linked to the site. It is therefore possible to locate certain editorial information sheets (locate on the map) or otherwise to switch from the plan to the site using the link "more information...".

The contact e-mails of some sites are available on line to allow you to send messages.

We are sure you will appreciate the fluidity of the system and the quality of the graphics, as well as the "full screen" mode which can be activated at any time.

* Orthophotography: from aerial photos, geometrical and computer processes make it possible to rectify the images to obtain a plan made up of a mosaic of plane images with a precision of 10 cm.



Place Maurice Marchais

Tél. : 02 97 01 60 00



Monday to Friday from 8h to 12h15 and from 13h15 to 18h.Saturday morning from 9h to 12h.



7 rue Joseph Le Brix

Tél. : 02 97 01 60 00


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Monday to Friday from 8h15 to 12h15 and from 13h15 to 17h.


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Saturday morning, home phone from 9h to 12h.