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- Dawn Low, Interim Chief Administrative Officer – 250-837-2911
- Marianne Wade, Director of Development Services – 250-837-3637
The back storyThe City of Revelstoke Official Community Plan (OCP) was last updated in 2009. OCPs typically plan for 20-years, however, a lot can change and evolve over time and Revelstoke is a prime example of that. Since 2009, the population has grown and shifted, development interests are increasing, and affordability is becoming more challenging.
The City is launching an OCP Vision Check-In with you, the community of Revelstoke.
Visioning is the process of discovering the kind of future you want as a community. A vision statement captures what you, as community members, most value about Revelstoke, and the shared image of what you want Revelstoke to become. The vision statement is used to guide strategic planning, decision making, and government officials who will direct the future of the city.
How can I participate?
This Visioning Toolkit provides the visioning questions being asked at pop up engagements and visioning parties. For your convenience, the Toolkit is available online, or in hard copies at
various businesses, community centres and City Hall.
Completing the questions
You can complete the survey questions online here and submit, or complete the hard copy and return to the staff team at City Hall, Development Services office, Second Street entrance.
JOHNSON HEIGHTS PLANNING PROCESSThe City of Revelstoke is developing a plan for the Johnson Heights Study Area.
The plan will consider:
For more information about the planning process, go to the Johnson Heights Study Area page or contact the Development Services Department at 250-837-3637.
- What type of development is appropriate for that area?
- How will people get around and into the City?
- What infrastructure (water, sewer, roads, pathways, parks) is needed to create a great community?