An Official Community Plan (OCP) is a comprehensive statement of goals, objectives and policies to guide decisions on planning and land use management across the lands covered by the Plan.
OCPs provide a coordinated action strategy so that property owners, developers and others can evaluate their respective land development plans, undertake projects and make more informed decisions. Read more about Community Planning
Most ALR applications are processed through local government (i.e. TNRD) and then, if approved, they are sent onto the Commission. See the FAQ Sheet below for the process and more information. Read more about Zoning and Land Use
The next scheduled general local election will be held on Saturday October 15, 2022
In the event of a vacancy, a by-election may be held.
Local government elections are managed by Chief Election Officers who are appointed independently by each local government. Elections BC administers local elections campaign financing and advertising rules under the Local Elections Campaign Financing Act (LECFA).
The Regional District also conducts public assent processes such as Referendums, Alternative Approval Processes (AAPs) and Petitions.