City of White Rock seeks feedback

City launches updated Official Community Plan process this week.

The City of White Rock is asking for residents' input for updating its Official Community Plan.

The City of White Rock is inviting residents to have their say, after launching its updated Official Community Plan process this week.

The city is offering three ways for residents to offer feedback for the plan, entitled ‘Imagine White Rock 2045’; by completing a survey by May 31, online at www.talkwhiterock.ca, or in person at the city hall planning department; by sharing thoughts at the city’s Vision Fair, set for May 24, 1 to 4 p.m. at White Rock Community Centre (15154 Russell Ave.); or by emailing comments directly to imagine@whiterockcity.ca

According to a news release, the updated OCP will “guide the growth of our community and provide a policy framework and implementation strategy for council by addressing critical issues such as housing, transportation, parks, economic development, the natural and social environment and infrastructure.”

Further information on the OCP will be made available on the city’s website, at www.whiterockcity.ca/imaginewhiterock

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