Engage

Let's Connect, North Cowichan! Join us on our engagement platform connectnorthcowichan.ca to provide input and learn about projects and initiatives currently open for public engagement.

 

Current projects and initiatives

Crofton Fire Hall
2022

The Crofton Fire Hall is in need of replacement and North Cowichan Council has agreed in principle to proceed with plans to replace the fire hall on the same property. Learn more about the project, including the requirement for elector approval for the long-term capital borrowing to finance the construction.

Wildfire Management
Fall 2021

  • North Cowichan is reaching out to First Nations, stakeholders, and the public around three wildfire mitigation projects. Read more here.

Official Community Plan (OCP); Think Forward
2019-2022

  • North Cowichan is redoing its Official Community Plan with a multi-year, four phase process. The engagement process includes several ways for residents and stakeholders to have a say at every stage along the process. Read more at www.northcowichan.ca/OCP 

Municipal Forestry Review
2019-2022

  • We are developing interim and long-term forest management plans for the Municipal Forest Reserve. Public engagement feedback gathered throughout the process will inform the concurrent technical forestry review, and the public will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the technical review. Read more at connectnorthcowichan.ca/municipal-forest-reserve-review 

Master Transportation Plan
March to December 2021

  • We are updating our Master Transportation Plan to improve transportation options across our communities for people of all ages and abilities, and guide transportation related decisions over the next 30 years. Read more at connectnorthcowichan.ca/MTP 

Budget 2022
Fall 2021

  • As North Cowichan begins consideration around its 2022 budget, we want to hear from you about priorities and projects. Read more at www.northcowichan.ca/budget 

Joint Utility Board Sewage Treatment Plant Outfall Relocation Project
Ongoing

  • We are working towards moving the outfall from the sewage treatment plan near Duncan to a new deep-water location in Cowichan Bay. This is a multi-year, multi-stage project involving many stakeholders. Residents have the opportunity to provide input at key steps as this project progresses. Read more at www.northcowichan.ca/JUB 

Community Engagement Framework & Policy

  • From Sept. to Dec. 2020, we received significant community feedback that will help shape the future of engagement at North Cowichan. When this project resumes, there will be additional opportunities for the community to provide feedback on the draft policy. Read more here.

 

For More Information:

Communications and Public Engagement
E communications@northcowichan.ca