Mapping Demolished Architecture in the City of Stratford, Ontario
This digital map shows a significant number of demolished sites across the City of Stratford. Clicking the point reveals the past and present use of that site, along with the build and demolition years, and any notes of significance. Approximations are denoted with "c." (circa) and "unknown." This digital map is a valuable tool to see how the City of Stratford's built environment has changed throughout its history. For preservationists and the public alike it symbolizes how important it is to value our heritage and architecture, and to contemplate the spaces that we interact with. Note that this is a non-exhaustive list; many more architectural works have been demolished throughout Stratford's history.
Mapping Designated and Non-Designated Properties in Hamlet Ward, Stratford
This digital map shows both designated and non-designated properties in Hamlet Ward, Stratford. Hamlet Ward is bordered by the Avon River in the northern part, Erie Street along the east, and the southern western city limits contained by the Avon River and Erie Street. Designated properties are those that hold heritage designation under the Ontario Heritage Act. Non-designated properties are those that have been recognized under the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario's Stratford-Perth branch's Historical Plaque Program and/or the Heritage Stratford's Non-Designated Properties Municipal Heritage Register.