Second town hall meeting focuses on master planning

What’s happening with the idea for a waterfront walkway in Farwell?
What location is the city eyeing for bike pump tracks and skateboard parks?
What’s going on with plans to close down the railway crossing at Grizzly Plaza?
What’s the status of the unified development bylaw?

What about bike lanes or the idea for roundabouts?

  • May. 10, 2011 3:00 p.m.

What’s happening with the idea for a waterfront walkway in Farwell?

What location is the city eyeing for bike pump tracks and skateboard parks?

What’s going on with plans to close down the railway crossing at Grizzly Plaza?

What’s the status of the unified development bylaw?

What about bike lanes or the idea for roundabouts?

You can get the answer to these questions and more at a City of Revelstoke ‘town hall’ meeting on Tuesday, May 17.

This is the city’s second town hall meeting. The first was in November, 2010. It was a general overview of city operations.

For their second town hall, the city is focusing on the city’s ongoing planning processes. City hall has been updating a broad spectrum of planning documents over the past several years, creating some confusion amongst residents because of the sometimes overwhelming amount of change.

The town hall update will try to bring residents up to speed on the city’s master planning process, and also allow for comments and questions.

After an introduction from mayor David Raven, individual councillors will discuss issues related to their portfolios.

Coun. Chris Johnston will present on land use, zoning and public participation.

Coun. Tony Scarcella will present on the Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan.

Coun. Phil Welock will present on the Transportation Master Plan.

The meeting is scheduled to run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on May 17 at the Revelstoke Community Centre.