In 2019, Revelstoke City Council adopted strategic priorities to guide their decision making. Council priority one is about livability - to aspire to a high quality of life, and to be a desirable and livable city for all citizens and visitors. The first action under strategic priority one is to update the Official Community Plan (OCP) to articulate a current shared community vision, hear the voices of and engage the community.
Revelstoke’s OCP was last updated in 2009. OCP’s typically plan for 20-years, however, Revelstoke is an example of how a lot can change and evolve in that time. Since 2009, the population has grown and shifted, development interests are increasing, and affordability is becoming more challenging, hence the need for an updated OCP.
To do this, Council has directed City administration to engage with the community to ensure there is a vision in place that best represents the community today and into the future.
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