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The Die Is About To Be Cast

This is a call to action!

North Cowichan is about to lock down a 20 year plan to shape our community. We have until September 15 to fill out their survey then the die is cast.

Click here to fill out the online survey

North Cowichan is asking its citizens to envision the “big picture” with the launch of a community-wide survey.

The Municipality is updating the North Cowichan Official Community Plan (OCP), and want to understand what you like (and don’t like) about North Cowichan, what to improve, and what aspects of our community are most important to you.

You can make a difference!

The results from this survey will form the foundation of a new community plan, and future decisions about land use and development will be made based on the vision and priorities established in this survey.

In particular, the survey results will influence the Forestry Review and the Climate Change Plan Update.

For example, if you don't want any more Municipal clearcutting on our local mountains or you want more emphasis on local climate change initiatives or you are concerned about the type and pace of development - do the survey.

It will take about 15 minutes to fill out and there lots of places for you to express your opinions, not just check boxes.

You can fill out the survey:

Completed paper surveys can be left at the drop boxes at the lower entrance of the Municipal Hall or by mailing it to Community Planning, 7030 Trans Canada Highway, Duncan BC V9L 6A1

All Surveys must be submitted by September 15.

If you care about your community and want to help shape the vision and develop priorities - it's time to get involved

Further Reading

Click here to read the Back Ground Pamphlets prepared by The Municipality of North Cowichan.

Rob Fullerton is a website developer and co-founder of WhereDoWeStand. Rob manages the website, social media campaigns and is a member of the North Cowichan Forest Review Public Engagement Working Group.

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