Elk Valley Regional Park Management Plan

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The public engagement on this project has concluded and the Plan was adopted by the Board in October 2021.

The Elk Valley Regional Park Management Plan was adopted by the RDEK Board in October 2021.

Background

We adopt park management plans to establish objectives and strategies for the long-term management of our parks. Parks plans are intended to provide strategic direction and guidance for the RDEK, community associations and stewards of the park for a 15 to 20 year period.

Management plans address topics such as land acquisition, site planning, facility development, recreation, user groups, access management, public safety, maintenance, control of invasive plants, threats from wildfire and funding and partnership agreements.

About Elk Valley Regional Park

  • Elk Valley Regional Park provides seasonal public access and day use of park facilities.
  • It is accessed from Highway 43 approximately 5 kilometers south of Elkford.
  • It is approximately 22 hectares (55 acres) in size with Weigert Creek running along its northern boundary.


The Elk Valley Regional Park Management Plan was adopted by the RDEK Board in October 2021.

Background

We adopt park management plans to establish objectives and strategies for the long-term management of our parks. Parks plans are intended to provide strategic direction and guidance for the RDEK, community associations and stewards of the park for a 15 to 20 year period.

Management plans address topics such as land acquisition, site planning, facility development, recreation, user groups, access management, public safety, maintenance, control of invasive plants, threats from wildfire and funding and partnership agreements.

About Elk Valley Regional Park

  • Elk Valley Regional Park provides seasonal public access and day use of park facilities.
  • It is accessed from Highway 43 approximately 5 kilometers south of Elkford.
  • It is approximately 22 hectares (55 acres) in size with Weigert Creek running along its northern boundary.


  • CLOSED: The comment period has now concluded. Thank you to all who contributed.

    If you would like to provide comment on the draft Elk Valley Regional Park Management Plan, please leave your comments below by 4:30pm August 9, 2021.  As the submissions are anonymous, please ensure you leave your contact information if you would like someone to follow up with you.

    The public engagement on this project has concluded and the Plan was adopted by the Board in October 2021.

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