Public Hearings will be held in Council Chambers, City Hall, 301 St. Ann's Road.

To speak during the public hearing in support or in opposition to a proposal, you must attend the Public Hearing at the time and date indicated. You may register ahead of time by phoning the Legislative Services Department at 250-286-5700 or email info@campbellriver.ca . Additionally you may sign in upon arrival at the public hearing.

Visit the Council Agenda page the Thursday prior to the schedule Public Hearing to see the public hearing agenda.

At the meeting, you will have five minutes to speak. The five-minute limit also applies if you are speaking on behalf of family members, neighbours, citizen groups, association members, etc.

Give some thought to the important points you want to make so that you can stay within the allowed time. 

SUBMITTING INPUT FOR A PUBLIC HEARING

Upcoming Public Hearings


Wednesday, November 23, 2022 at 6 p.m.
Details: 
The City has received an application for a Zoning Bylaw Amendment at 2079 and 2099 Merecroft Road. The amendment proposes to rezone the properties from Residential Estate (RE-1) Zone to Residential One A (R-1A) Zone and Residential Multiple Two (RM-2) Zone to allow for a future low- to medium-density residential subdivision, including single-family dwellings with suites and multifamily housing, totalling approximately 400 units. The proposed concept plan includes a public road, park space and environmental buffer areas.
File: P1800100 
Attachments: Public Hearing Package



Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 6 p.m.
Details: 
The City has received an application for a Zoning Bylaw Amendment at 120, 155 and 240 Elk River Road South. The amendment proposes to rezone the properties from Residential Estate One (RE-1) Zone and Residential Multiple One (RM-1) Zone to Residential One A (R-1A), Residential Two (R-2), Residential Multiple One (RM-1), and Residential Multiple Two (RM-2) Zones to allow for a future low to medium density residential subdivision, including single-family dwellings with suites, duplex housing and multi-family housing, totalling approximately 270 units. The proposed concept plan includes public roads, park spaces and environmentally sensitive areas.
File: 2100101 and P2100102
Attachments: Coming soon.

FAQs

Public Hearing FAQs

PLEASE NOTE

Public hearings are recorded and broadcast through the City’s website. All correspondence submitted will be published as part of the public record when this matter is before Council or a Committee of Council.

The author’s address is considered relevant and will be included. Do not provide a phone number or email address if you wish to keep this personal information private.

Council is prohibited from receiving any further information after a public hearing.

 

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