Panorama Area OCP

The Panorama Area Official Community Plan (OCP) process will engage the community and Resort Ownership on current land use issues and opportunities. It will result in the creation of new land use policies to guide further development or land use conservation, and assist the RDEK Board in land use decision making for the Panorama area.

WHERE ARE WE AT NOW?
Residents and property owners in Panorama and Area are invited to provide us with additional feedback:

  • Second Survey - Open NOW (click on the SURVEYS tab below)
  • Pin Drop - drop a pin (or pins) on the map of the plan area to indicate areas you like, things you appreciate, or areas where you have concern. Once you choose the right pin and drop it, make sure to leave a comment outlining your thoughts. (see the Pin Drop section below)
  • Issues & Ideas Survey Results Summary - click here to see the results of the Issues & Ideas Survey, which closed in May.

PROPOSED PLAN AREA:
The proposed plan area includes the existing area covered by the 1999 version with the addition of the remainder of the Taynton Creek Watershed to the east and privately held parcels in the Spring Creek Watershed to the north of Toby Creek. The inclusion of the additional land within the plan area recognizes the importance of the future use and/or conservation of these lands in relation to the current plan area.

GOALS OF THE PLANNING PROCESS:

  • Draft a new Official Community Plan for the Panorama area that recognize the last twenty years of development at the Resort and plan for future land uses.
  • Introduce revised Development Permit Areas that reflect current best practice and make sense for the Panorama community.

The Panorama Area Official Community Plan (OCP) process will engage the community and Resort Ownership on current land use issues and opportunities. It will result in the creation of new land use policies to guide further development or land use conservation, and assist the RDEK Board in land use decision making for the Panorama area.

WHERE ARE WE AT NOW?
Residents and property owners in Panorama and Area are invited to provide us with additional feedback:

  • Second Survey - Open NOW (click on the SURVEYS tab below)
  • Pin Drop - drop a pin (or pins) on the map of the plan area to indicate areas you like, things you appreciate, or areas where you have concern. Once you choose the right pin and drop it, make sure to leave a comment outlining your thoughts. (see the Pin Drop section below)
  • Issues & Ideas Survey Results Summary - click here to see the results of the Issues & Ideas Survey, which closed in May.

PROPOSED PLAN AREA:
The proposed plan area includes the existing area covered by the 1999 version with the addition of the remainder of the Taynton Creek Watershed to the east and privately held parcels in the Spring Creek Watershed to the north of Toby Creek. The inclusion of the additional land within the plan area recognizes the importance of the future use and/or conservation of these lands in relation to the current plan area.

GOALS OF THE PLANNING PROCESS:

  • Draft a new Official Community Plan for the Panorama area that recognize the last twenty years of development at the Resort and plan for future land uses.
  • Introduce revised Development Permit Areas that reflect current best practice and make sense for the Panorama community.

Drop a Pin on The Map

3 months
The new Official Community Plan (OCP) will set out the vision for land use conservation and/or change.  As part of the process, the RDEK wants to make sure we understand what you value or where you have concerns.  The Ideas & Issues Survey gave us some insight into these concepts, but we want to make sure we haven't missed anything! 

We invite you to click on the map and show us what you value or where you have concerns.

Map Legend:
(Note: you can zoom in and out on the map using the + and - icons on the
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The new Official Community Plan (OCP) will set out the vision for land use conservation and/or change.  As part of the process, the RDEK wants to make sure we understand what you value or where you have concerns.  The Ideas & Issues Survey gave us some insight into these concepts, but we want to make sure we haven't missed anything! 

We invite you to click on the map and show us what you value or where you have concerns.

Map Legend:
(Note: you can zoom in and out on the map using the + and - icons on the bottom right of the map)
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 = proposed OCP boundary
 =  Valley Trail

How to Use the Pins:

Here is a quick overview of how to use the map and pins:
  • To add a pin, you click on the circle with the plus sign in it (located on the left of the map). This will open a pull down menu of "pins"
  • Each pin is colour coded and has a different purpose - so choose the pin that fits best for you
  • Once you have decided on a pin, just click on it and drag it to the right spot on the map.
  • Once you drop your pin, you will see a comment box open - please make sure to add comments so we know what makes it important to you, why you love it, or what you are concerned about.
  • You can add a picture of that spot if you like by clicking on ADD IMAGE (this is totally optional)
  • Hit SUBMIT to add your pin to the map.
Here are some examples:
  • If you love a certain spot on Toby Creek, you could choose the GREEN pin - which is for Natural Features and then when the comment box pops up, add a description about why this is an important natural feature (or what you love about it).

  • If you have a concern about emergency exits from Panorama, you could choose the ORANGE area of concern pin and drop it on the exit you have a concern with. Then in the comment box, you would add a line or two about what your concerns are.