Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan

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The City of Campbell River is updating its Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan.

Engaging with residents is an important aspect of developing the Master Plan and the City is providing opportunities for all residents to participate. The resident survey is now closed - thank you for your feedback! The youth survey will remain open until February 29, 2024.

A "What We Heard" document will be available to the public in the coming weeks.

The Master Plan will guide how the City develops, manages, improves and invests in parks, recreation and cultural services (facilities, programs, and events) over the next 10 years. More specifically, the Master Plan will:

  • Define the roles of the City and other levels of government, including First Nations and Strathcona Regional District (SRD);
  • Provide a baseline assessment of parks, recreation and culture services, including infrastructure;
  • Convey the community's values and aspirations for the City's parks, recreation and cultural services;
  • Examine best practices and develop innovative ways to maximize the use of current parks, recreation and cultural assets; and
  • Identify service-level changes, deliverables, outcomes, priorities and capital costs for 2024 to 2034.

The Master Plan will be developed with feedback from partners, interested groups, community partners, and the public, through several means of consultation and engagement, including the resident survey, feedback boards at key locations, youth engagement in schools, and discussion sessions with stakeholder groups and community organizations.

The City of Campbell River is updating its Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan.

Engaging with residents is an important aspect of developing the Master Plan and the City is providing opportunities for all residents to participate. The resident survey is now closed - thank you for your feedback! The youth survey will remain open until February 29, 2024.

A "What We Heard" document will be available to the public in the coming weeks.

The Master Plan will guide how the City develops, manages, improves and invests in parks, recreation and cultural services (facilities, programs, and events) over the next 10 years. More specifically, the Master Plan will:

  • Define the roles of the City and other levels of government, including First Nations and Strathcona Regional District (SRD);
  • Provide a baseline assessment of parks, recreation and culture services, including infrastructure;
  • Convey the community's values and aspirations for the City's parks, recreation and cultural services;
  • Examine best practices and develop innovative ways to maximize the use of current parks, recreation and cultural assets; and
  • Identify service-level changes, deliverables, outcomes, priorities and capital costs for 2024 to 2034.

The Master Plan will be developed with feedback from partners, interested groups, community partners, and the public, through several means of consultation and engagement, including the resident survey, feedback boards at key locations, youth engagement in schools, and discussion sessions with stakeholder groups and community organizations.

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Page last updated: 12 Feb 2024, 12:32 PM