OCP Review Update
We’ve been working on the draft Official Community Plan based on your input and now we'd like you to review the document. Here's where we're at:
- March 12, Draft OCP presented to Committee of the Whole
- March 26, OCP presented to Council for 1st Reading
- April 23, Council OCP Interim Review
- May 7, 2nd Reading of the OCP (public input invited)
- May 28, a public hearing on the OCP was held and Council gave 3rd Reading to the OCP Bylaw as amended
- June 25, Council will consider adoption of the OCP Bylaw
Please click here to review the proposed Official Community Plan. This version includes amendments made by Council on May 7, 2018.
Starting in October 2015 the Township of Esquimalt began a review of its Official Community Plan (OCP). Esquimalt's current plan was adopted in March 2007 and although there is no statutory timeline for review, it is important that the plan be reviewed and updated regularly to ensure it continues to reflect the values and aspirations of the community. The review process is anticipated to take two years with the adoption of a revised Official Community Plan in early 2018.
An official community plan is a statement of the municipality’s goals and policies and is intended to provide direction for future growth and development in the community.
- Project Scope - project charter, timeline and reports to Council
- Community Consultation - input opportunities, events and reports on findings
- Resource Library - articles and reports on community development
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For more information, please contact:
Bill Brown, Director of Development Services