Christina Lake Official Community Plan Review

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The Christina Lake Official Community Plan (OCP) is under review. We need the community's input!

An OCP sets out an area’s long-term strategy for physical, economic, environmental and social development. Each OCP includes policies that reflect community goals and objectives. Our Board adopts OCPs as formal bylaws.

The current Electoral Area 'C'/Christina Lake OCP Bylaw was passed in 2004, so it's time to go through it and see what still works and what needs to be added or updated.

The review includes assessing the OCP for whether it meets legislated requirements and whether it still reflects the values that Christina

The Christina Lake Official Community Plan (OCP) is under review. We need the community's input!

An OCP sets out an area’s long-term strategy for physical, economic, environmental and social development. Each OCP includes policies that reflect community goals and objectives. Our Board adopts OCPs as formal bylaws.

The current Electoral Area 'C'/Christina Lake OCP Bylaw was passed in 2004, so it's time to go through it and see what still works and what needs to be added or updated.

The review includes assessing the OCP for whether it meets legislated requirements and whether it still reflects the values that Christina Lake residents hold for how your community will develop in the next ten years. Policies laid out in the OCP will then be reflected in the Zoning Bylaw, when it is updated.

In 2018, a steering committee was formed to undertake the review. This committee meets regularly and consists of community members from Christina Lake, including local business owners, retirees, long-time residents, summer residents and everyone in between. The current committee members are:

Jennifer Horahan, Phil Mody, Kathy O'Malley, Suzanne Paquette, Annie Rioux, Jason Taylor, Dianne Wales, Jeff Sim, and Donna Wilchynski

The committee discusses the ideas and policies in the OCP and propose and discuss changes. The committee members bring guidance through highlighting the desires and concerns of their community.

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Page last updated: 06 Jul 2022, 03:52 PM