Community Circles for OCP for the Electoral Areas (Bylaw 4373)

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Thank you to the more than 750 participants for your ideas!

The Community Circles policy workbooks are now closed.

More than 125 submissions were received!

The Ideas Book with new, affirmed and supplementary ideas will be presented at the Community Ideas Fairs!

Mark your calendars for the IDEAS FAIRS:

  • November 5th 2022 - Cobble Hill Farmers Institute

  • February 10th 2023 - Saltair Community Center

  • February 11th - Eagles Hall

  • February 24th - North Oyster Community Center

  • February 25th - Honeymoon Bay Community Hall


Here's what it's all about!

The Cowichan Valley is changing. A lot! Over the next several decades, our region will experience population growth, an evolving economy and climate change, among many other things. To prepare for that future, the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) is developing an Official Community Plan for the Electoral Areas (Bylaw 4373).

And this is where we need your help. A plan like this is really only useful if it reflects the voices of actual community members. We need your ongoing input in developing this official community plan and one of the next ways we are asking for your thoughts is through the Ideas Fairs.


Thank you to the more than 750 participants for your ideas!

The Community Circles policy workbooks are now closed.

More than 125 submissions were received!

The Ideas Book with new, affirmed and supplementary ideas will be presented at the Community Ideas Fairs!

Mark your calendars for the IDEAS FAIRS:

  • November 5th 2022 - Cobble Hill Farmers Institute

  • February 10th 2023 - Saltair Community Center

  • February 11th - Eagles Hall

  • February 24th - North Oyster Community Center

  • February 25th - Honeymoon Bay Community Hall


Here's what it's all about!

The Cowichan Valley is changing. A lot! Over the next several decades, our region will experience population growth, an evolving economy and climate change, among many other things. To prepare for that future, the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) is developing an Official Community Plan for the Electoral Areas (Bylaw 4373).

And this is where we need your help. A plan like this is really only useful if it reflects the voices of actual community members. We need your ongoing input in developing this official community plan and one of the next ways we are asking for your thoughts is through the Ideas Fairs.


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