150 Mile OCP

The 150 Mile House Official Community Plan was adopted on March 30, 2012.

In 1995, the Cariboo Regional District Board of Directors adopted the 150 Mile House Area Official Community Plan (OCP). It is recommended that OCP’s be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure they reflect community goals and aspirations, and reflect current government policies. In 2006, the review of the 150 Mile House Area OCP commenced with consultation occurring throughout the Plan development with the local Advisory Planning Commission, and through a public meeting held in 2007.
Based on public and First Nations engagement, the Plan achieved a number of goals, including.

  • Stewardship of natural resources
  • Low residential development density
  • Consistency with CRD region wide Shoreland Management Policy and Agriculture-Forestry Policy
  • Establishing Development Permit Areas for aquatic habitat protection and wildfire hazard
  • Commercial/Industrial and multi-family form and character Development Permit areas
  • Quality of Life: policies on parks, open spaces, recreation, culture and institutional uses.
  • First Nations objectives and policies to recognize First Nations interests
  • Protection of Agricultural Land Reserve

  Here is a map of the area the 150 Mile House OCP covers. To access a printable version, click HERE.  

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