REVELSTOKE SPOTLIGHTS

  1. COVID-19 Updates


    The City of Revelstoke continues to provide updates on the COVID-19 situation.  Please note, due to the current climate with COVID-19, the City of Revelstoke has taken some precautionary measures including closure of facilities for public access.  All departments remain available via email or phone. 

    Please visit our Alert Centre and COVID-19 Service Update pages for more details and updates on the situation.

    Information on Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
  1. Official Community Plan (OCP) Update

    The 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.

    At Committee of the Whole on February 13, 2020, Revelstoke Council supported staff’s recommendation to amend the OCP vision to better reflect the outcomes of the community vision check-in survey: growth management, climate action and housing and support for the needs of those that live in Revelstoke.
    March_Update-OCP Results

    To review the summary of the OCP Vision Check-in Survey Results click here.

    Next Steps:


    Staff will present the vision check-in outcomes and proposed vision amendments to APC and a community focus group in April. From those sessions, the vision will be amended and presented to Council in the coming months.


  1. JOHNSON HEIGHTS PLANNING PROCESS
    The City of Revelstoke is developing a plan for the Johnson Heights Study Area.


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    The plan will consider:
      • 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?
    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.