The SLRD is in the process of updating the Pemberton Valley Recreational Trails Master Plan, and we want to hear from you!
The Pemberton Valley Recreational Trails Master Plan will establish a clear vision for recreational trail use and development in the plan area, incorporating new land use information and best practices into a long-term strategy document that will guide trail use, maintenance, and development in the Pemberton Valley into the future as trail use and intensity grow, while working to mitigate trail conflicts.
From April 9 - May 24, residents and stakeholders are invited to share their feedback by completing a short online survey.
Community Open House
April 10, 2018 - UPDATE: Thank you to the 70+ community members who came out to the Open House on April 9! The diversity and dedication of trail user groups in this valley is inspiring! Our next step will be to conduct similar engagement with Lil'wat Nation community members, and then we will consider all of the comments and suggestions we receive as we draft the Master Plan Update.
Please join us for a Community Open House to learn more about the project, review preliminary findings, ask questions, and share your feedback directly with the project team. Download the Agenda.
|When:||Monday, April 9. 2018 (6 - 9 pm)|
|Where:||Pemberton & District Community Centre (Room D)|
|7390 Cottonwood Street, Pemberton, BC|
For those unable to attend the Open House, the storyboards and presentation materials will be available on our website following the meetings, and from April 9 - 20, residents will also be able to provide input via an online survey.
Based on the feedback received during the community engagement, the project team will refine its recommendations and develop a draft of the updated Master Plan. The draft is expected in early May 2018, at which point, it will be shared on the SLRD website to give residents another opportunity to provide feedback. Following this, the project team will finalize the Master Plan and present it to project stakeholders and the Province for approval, with completion targeted for June 2018.
For more information...
Please visit the Pemberton Valley Recreational Trails Master Plan Update project page.