This upcoming Wednesday, September 7th, the Cultus Lake Park Board will consider giving the most recent draft of PlanCultus first reading. If first reading is given, a public hearing will be scheduled in the coming weeks. The public hearing will be an opportunity for the Cultus Lake community to provide comment on the draft directly […]
At the August 17, 2016 meeting of the Cultus Lake Park Board, the Fraser Valley Regional District presented public input from the June 2016 Open House and Town Hall meeting held at the Cultus Lake Community School. To view the presentation, please click here. To read the memo which accompanied the presentation, please click here. Next […]
At the Town Hall Meeting June 30th, we were asked about the difference in area between existing uses in the park and the Future Land Use map that was presented as part of Version Four. We’ve had time to do those calculations and a document comparing both maps can now be found here. At the […]
Thank you to all the community members who attended the two Version Four public consultation events held this past June at the Cultus Lake Community School. More than 165 people attended the Open House on the 16th and a Town Hall Meeting on the 30th, asking questions and sharing community concerns. A second thank you […]
On June 16th, the same night as our Open House, the Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition is hosting an important presentation by Dr. Dan Selbie titled, “Cultus Lake, British Columbia: Tracking and tackling eutrophication in the jewel of the Lower Mainland”. PlanCultus, the research of Dr. Seblie’s and the Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition are aligned in […]
The newest draft of PlanCultus will be on display at an Open House on Thursday June 16, 2016 at the Cultus Lake Community School gym. Two weeks later, it will be discussed at a Town Hall meeting on Thursday June 30, 2016 in the same venue. Save the dates and plan to attend! More info to follow.
Following the Future Planning Advisory Council’s endorsement, the Cultus Lake Park Board was presented with PlanCultus Version Four at their May 18 Regular Board Meeting. As part of this presentation, staff from the Fraser Valley Regional District presented on the planning process, differences between Version 3 and 4, and the next steps in the PlanCultus process. In light […]