Harrison Hot Springs spurs on OCP feedback efforts

Village survey continues until March 27

It’s not too late to help reshape the local future.

Harrison Hot Spring’s Village Vision survey is still ongoing until March 27. Village staff recently announced an additional perk to attract more feedback – a chance to win a gift basket featuring Rocky Mountain chocolates, local coffee and other goodies.

The Village Vision survey is an effort by village officials to gather resident input for an Official Community Plan (OCP) overhaul as the 13-year-old version of the document is due for a review.

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“Input from the Village’s residents and business owners is strongly encouraged on the current review of the OCP,” Village staff said in a statement.

The current OCP was created in 2007, broken down in to 10 broad goals, which included protecting environmental assets, promoting tourism and managing traffic and public transportation.

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Residents are asked to give their basic information and will be given the chance to review the current 10 goals in place and to give their thoughts as to what should take priority and what goals remain relevant to the community. The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Links to the survey can be found on the village website at harrisonhotsprings.ca. Ken Cossey can be contacted for any additional help needed at planning@harrisonhotsprings.ca or by calling him at 604-796-2171.


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