I See Pitt Meadows 2040: Official Community Plan Update

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The way our City looks and feels is shaped by our Official Community Plan (OCP). The OCP is a long-range plan that sets out the community’s long-term vision, goals and objectives. Pitt Meadows OCP is currently being updated to plan the community’s vision for 2040.

Latest Status

After over two years of extensive engagement to draft the new Official Community Plan (OCP), the project is moving into the final adoption phase. The first reading of the new OCP took place at the Council Meeting on July 21. To watch the presentation here.

A public hearing will take place in the fall, where everyone who wishes to speak will be heard by Council prior to their final decision. The City would like to thank the community for their input throughout this project.

Stay tuned for more information on our website and social media channels.

For more information, visit pittmeadows2040.ca.

The way our City looks and feels is shaped by our Official Community Plan (OCP). The OCP is a long-range plan that sets out the community’s long-term vision, goals and objectives. Pitt Meadows OCP is currently being updated to plan the community’s vision for 2040.

Latest Status

After over two years of extensive engagement to draft the new Official Community Plan (OCP), the project is moving into the final adoption phase. The first reading of the new OCP took place at the Council Meeting on July 21. To watch the presentation here.

A public hearing will take place in the fall, where everyone who wishes to speak will be heard by Council prior to their final decision. The City would like to thank the community for their input throughout this project.

Stay tuned for more information on our website and social media channels.

For more information, visit pittmeadows2040.ca.

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    What is a land use map?

    A land use map is a schedule within an Official Community Plan.  An Official Community Plan (OCP) is a long range (20 year) guide for the municipality that helps Council in making decisions on matters such as land use and growth, transportation, agricultural preservation, economic development, and housing.   It is a vision for how we want our city to grow and change.  

    Land use maps set out the big picture vision for an area. They are high level overviews of how an area or neighbourhood will develop. A land use map differs from the Zoning Bylaw because it sets out a future vision of the community that Council will then use to guide their decision making, especially in regards to rezoning applications.  The Zoning Bylaw is the main tool that the City uses to implement the goals and objectives in land use plans. Zoning is the legal tool that describes what uses are permitted on a property, how buildings are situated on an individual site, as well as building size. It ensures new buildings support the vision in the land use plan.

    How this land use map is different from the current land use map?
    • This draft plan proposes to allow medium density residential development such as townhouses along parts of the Hammond Road corridor. Hammond Road is an arterial route for the community as well as part of Translink’s Frequent Transit Network. 
    • A “Village” land use designation is proposed to be applied to the corners of Hammond and Blakely Road. 
    • Double fronting lots between 190 and 190A Streets are proposed to be designated medium density residential development such as townhouses.  
    •  The "Civic Center" Designation is proposed to be updated to permit residential uses. 
    • The "Residential Low-Density"  land use designation will no longer contemplate the further subdivision of most existing lots.  Corner duplexes, garden suites and secondary suites would continue to be permitted.   
    Please have a look at the Draft Urban Land Use Map and provide your feedback on the survey below. 






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    What is a land use map?

    A land use map is a schedule within an Official Community Plan.  An Official Community Plan (OCP) is a long range (20 year) guide for the municipality that helps Council in making decisions on matters such as land use and growth, transportation, agricultural preservation, economic development, and housing.   It is a vision for how we want our city to grow and change.  

    Land use maps set out the big picture vision for an area. They are high level overviews of how an area or neighbourhood will develop. A land use map differs from the Zoning Bylaw because it sets out a future vision of the community that Council will then use to guide their decision making, especially in regards to rezoning applications.  The Zoning Bylaw is the main tool that the City uses to implement the goals and objectives in land use plans. Zoning is the legal tool that describes what uses are permitted on a property, how buildings are situated on an individual site, as well as building size. It ensures new buildings support the vision in the land use plan.

    Please have a look at the Draft Rural Land Use Map and provide your feedback on the survey below.  








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    Welcome!.  The purpose of these surveys is to gather feedback  on the City's draft Official Community Plan policies and land use maps, which the community helped to create.  

    Please click on the following link to see the draft policies:


    For more information, please visit the link below  to see our Official Community Plan Review open house boards, which contain descriptions of the review process, forces shaping the OCP Review, policy framework, and land use definitions.  

    Official Community Plan Open House Boards 
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    Please read the Discussion Paper and then provide your feedback in the survey below.

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    Housing is particularly important issue in Metro Vancouver. Here is one more quick survey on housing choices in Pitt Meadows!

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    What will Pitt Meadows look like in 2040?  Before starting to review our Official Community Plan, we want to hear what you value and what your vision for our community is. Please take 10 minutes to complete the two questions in this survey.

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