Planners in the Park: Cultus Lake invites the public to Saturday Open Houses

Join FVRD planners July 18 and 25 to provide feedback on the latest plan to guide future development at Cultus Lake Park.

Cultus Lake Park invites the public to attend the 'Planners in the Park' Open Houses July 18 and 25

After several years of community consultation, the Cultus Lake Park Board is ready to reveal the latest draft of the new park plan to guide the next 20 years of development.

The comprehensive plan, created in collaboration with the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD), will guide future land use and development, including recreational amenities, services, infrastructure. The guiding document will also address essential environmental concerns and initiatives.

Cultus Lake Park invites the public to attend the ‘Planners in the Park’ Open Houses July 18 and 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Main Beach. Visitors will have the opportunity to review the PlanCultus Version 2 document, discuss questions with the planners, and voice their input for the future of the park.

Community feedback and participation continues to be vital to this operation. “The Park Board wants a plan that’s made by the people,” says Aja Philp, Planner at FVRD. The Open Houses are a great opportunity for individuals to have their say.

The upcoming Open Houses coordinate with Market in the Park, also at Cultus Lake. If unable to attend, the public can also provide feedback in an online survey based on this recent draft until August 7.

Visit plancultus.com to access the survey and learn more.

 

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