Kamloops, BC – On November 28, 2017, KAMPLAN, the City’s Official Community Plan (OCP), was presented to Council for first and second readings, which are the first steps in the adoption process. After the formal introduction of the OCP Bylaw, Council was able to discuss the plan before voting to advance the OCP to the next steps of adoption.
Next steps of the adoption process include the following:
- review of the City’s Financial Plan, Liquid Waste Management Plan, and the Thompson-Nicola Regional District Solid Waste Management Plan in conjunction with the OCP
- referrals to government agencies
- a Public Hearing
- third reading at Council
Final adoption of the OCP is anticipated in winter 2018.
Watch our video to hear what community members have to say about the opportunities they see for Kamloops in the coming years and how the OCP will help to make these things happen.
Visit the City of Kamloops website to review the latest draft of the OCP as well as a summary of some key changes made to the OCP based on community input.
Jason Locke, Community Planning Supervisor
City of Kamloops