City Web Sight
City WebScreen is a free web service that gives users access to various geographic information about Reykjavík and its surroundings.
What information can you find on the City Web View?
A total of 14 categories of content are currently provided: City Split, Streets and Paths, Houses and Lots, Layouts, Demographics and Real Estate, Cultural Heritage, Pictures, Measurement Points, Natural Heritage, History and Development, Sports, Traffic, Services and Residence Centers. Each category includes one or more information themes.
databases are constantly updated and should therefore always provide the latest available information. LUKR's databases are constantly updated and should therefore always provide the latest available information. It's easy to add new features of all kinds, and CityWatch can be expected to continue to evolve rapidly to best serve the needs of city residents and employees at all times.
Note that it is prohibited to use maps from the City Web Sight for excavations.
Users of Citizens' Web Site are advised that information on the maps or elsewhere in Citizens' Web Site varies in quality, accuracy and reliability, depending on the source, age and method of acquisition. For these reasons, the CoR cannot be held responsible for their correctness, and thus for any direct or indirect damage that may result from their use, even if the maintaining and updating of the Land Information System (LUKR) datasets are constantly being carried out, from which the card information comes.
The same applies to the responsibility of the Corporation and Mila ehf. for the laying of their pipes and also for information about houses, street edges and more in the local authorities of Reykjavik stored in Lukr.
Although the Citizen's Web Site provides good starting information, for the above reasons it is not entitled or permitted to engage in activities based on the information obtained from it, but it should always be verified with the competent body. In Reykjavik, the Environmental Protection and Planning Department gives formal permission for implementation on behalf of the CoR.
Information about the power supply or telephone lines of Mila ehf. in the City Map view CANNOT be used as a source of location information before digging.
For more information on the location of the power supply lines, please call 516 6000 or the power supply line at City Hall 1, the power supply lines of Mile Ltd. at Big 22 - 30, phone 585 6000.
The entrepreneur intending to dig in the city shall apply for a digging and connection permit to the CoR's Directorate for Environmental Protection and Planning (tel. 411 8000).
How to use a city webcam?
When the City Web Site is opened, a map of Reykjavík is blown away. At the top left is the "Open Selection Window" button, below which there is a button that says "Aerial view". At the top of the screen is a toolbar with 18 buttons. A detailed outline of these buttons is provided below.
On the right side of the map window there is a +/- button which can be used to zoom in and out of the map (see also section on “zooming” in the toolbar). Below it is a button with a picture of a house. When clicked, the map takes him to a starting field. Below that, there's a button that zooms in on your location. This functionality can only be used when the City Web View is viewed from a smartphone or tablet and the device's gps location is turned on.
About the City Web View
This version of City Web is prepared by Samýn ehf.
in partnership with the Environment and Planning Department, the Information Technology Department and the Energy Department, these city agencies/companies are members of LUKR. The Environmental Planning Department has overall project management and Gudmundur R. The Environmental Planning Department has overall project management and Gudmundur R. Einarsson was responsible for the layout design. The first edition of Citizen Web Screens was published in December 1999 and it has been constantly evolving ever since.
Feedback will be sent to the manager of City Web at email@example.com.