I See Pitt Meadows 2040: Official Community Plan Update

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. The OCP is currently undergoing a full review, and we are seeking input from everyone in Pitt Meadows.

What will Pitt Meadows look like in 2040? How will we use land? What will our growth look like? How will we get around on foot, by car, transit or cycling? What will our agricultural preservation look like? What kind of homes and businesses will we have? Your input today will help shape what these things look like in Pitt Meadows in the future!

Summer 2019 Community Engagement

Throughout the summer of 2019 the City gathered public feedback at several events including a House and Community Growth Forum on June 15 and a series of online surveys regarding important issues from agriculture to commercial/industrial lands and employment.

Thank you to all of the participants who contributed throughout the summer in our many OCP engagement events and opportunities. Your valuable input will now be used to help draft the Plan and its associated maps.

Stay tuned for more information and updates later this fall!

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. The OCP is currently undergoing a full review, and we are seeking input from everyone in Pitt Meadows.

What will Pitt Meadows look like in 2040? How will we use land? What will our growth look like? How will we get around on foot, by car, transit or cycling? What will our agricultural preservation look like? What kind of homes and businesses will we have? Your input today will help shape what these things look like in Pitt Meadows in the future!

Summer 2019 Community Engagement

Throughout the summer of 2019 the City gathered public feedback at several events including a House and Community Growth Forum on June 15 and a series of online surveys regarding important issues from agriculture to commercial/industrial lands and employment.

Thank you to all of the participants who contributed throughout the summer in our many OCP engagement events and opportunities. Your valuable input will now be used to help draft the Plan and its associated maps.

Stay tuned for more information and updates later this fall!

For more information, visit pittmeadows2040.ca.

  • OCP Review Update: What We've Been Hearing From You

    about 1 year ago
    Ocp visioning board

    I See Pitt Meadow 2040: Vision and Values
    What we heard

    Through the fall of 2018, the City engaged the community in I See Pitt Meadows 2040 – the update of the Official Community Plan (OCP).The focus was on gathering public opinion on the City’s vision and values that will shape the OCP and its policies.

    Activities included five stakeholder conversations in October 2018 with community organizations representing the recreation, arts, environmental, social service and business sectors. A special event for youth was also held to capture their perspectives. This rounded out several months of engagement that included a public...

    I See Pitt Meadow 2040: Vision and Values
    What we heard

    Through the fall of 2018, the City engaged the community in I See Pitt Meadows 2040 – the update of the Official Community Plan (OCP).The focus was on gathering public opinion on the City’s vision and values that will shape the OCP and its policies.

    Activities included five stakeholder conversations in October 2018 with community organizations representing the recreation, arts, environmental, social service and business sectors. A special event for youth was also held to capture their perspectives. This rounded out several months of engagement that included a public open house, Vision and Values Sharing Event, online survey, discussions with other governments and agencies, and other outreach.

    We heard that people want Pitt Meadows to be a thriving, vibrant, friendly, small city where people are welcomed, and growth for current and future generations is balanced with the protection of our surrounding farmland and natural environment.

    What people in Pitt Meadows value most:

    • Small town feel and sense of community
    • Walkable compact community with easy access to what we need and value
    • Proximity to nature based recreational opportunities
    • A calm, safe and clean community
    • Our farmland and natural areas
    • A beautiful city and setting with trees, plants and greenspace
    • Engaged and connected citizen


    Thank you to everyone who has participated, and everyone who shared this project so other residents could participate as well!

    Here is a one-page summary of the engagement results:


    This information will form the vision statement for the new Official Community Plan and will serve as the foundation for the new OCP.

    Guided by this public input, the Whistler Centre for Sustainability produced a Proposed Vision Framework to guide the development of a new OCP. It is expected this framework will evolve through further feedback opportunities in 2019.

    For more information, see pittmeadows2040.ca