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Who We Are

Almost 3,500 people from all walks of life have contributed nearly 12 million points of geodata to the current map of Ireland since the inception of OpenStreetMap in 2004.

OpenStreetMap Ireland as an entity, provides an advocate voice for the OpenStreetMap project on the island of Ireland, in relation to interacting with other Open initiatives.

What We Are Doing

Our members are involved in mapping all aspects of the island, providing geo-data sources, under an Open Licence.  For further information, see http://www.openstreetmap.org/about

Get Involved

To join in, simply sign up for an account on OpenStreetMap.org and start mapping what is important to you.

To support the activities of OpenStreetMap Ireland, please consider becoming a full member.