The PlanCultus bylaw goes to public hearing on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at Cultus Lake Community School

Public hearing for PlanCultus set for November 15

Cultus Lake Park Board is working on a plan to help manage the pressures that come with growth

With more than a million visitors a year, Cultus Lake south of Chilliwack has become the heart of recreation economy in the Fraser Valley.

The Cultus Lake Park Board is working on a plan to help manage the pressures that come with growth.

PlanCultus Community in a Park plan will guide land use and services in the park over the next 20 years with a vision that makes lake health a priority and supports the long-term sustainability of the park, for visitors and residents alike.

A public hearing on the PlanCultus bylaw is set for Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at Cultus Lake Community School. Copies of Bylaw 1080 and PlanCultus are available at and at the Cultus Lake Park office at 4165 Columbia Valley Highway.

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