If you’re a resident of the Lac La Hache Area, the Cariboo Regional District (CRD)wants to hear from you.
The CRD is undertaking a review of the Lac La Hache Area Official Community Plan (OCP) and a number of opportunities for the community to help develop and contribute to the OCP have been identified.
A community survey is now available and can be completed online or on paper until April 15.
“I strongly encourage all residents within the Lac La Hache OCP Area to have your say and complete a survey,” said Electoral Area G Director and CRD Chair Al Richmond.
“This is an important process for the community and we want to ensure we develop an updated plan that will meet the needs and wishes of its residents now and for the future.”
Earlier this year, the CRD launched the process to update the Official Community Plan (OCP) for the Lac La Hache Area. The existing Plan was adopted in 1997 and many site-specific changes have taken place since then.
Once the update is completed, the document will align community values, aspirations and perspectives for growth within the Lac La Hache Area governed by the OCP. The OCP will identify or include economic development opportunities, an agriculture policy, shoreland management standards, environmental protection, and climate change.
The OCP update is expected to be completed this fall and will be presented to the CRD’s Board of Directors for endorsement.