The Endako, Fraser Lake and Fort Fraser Rural Official Community Plan (OCP) Review has Started! 

An OCP is intended to be the community’s vision for the future development and growth of an area. It includes general goals and policies that guide the Regional District Board, staff and others in their land use and development decisions. 

It is important that the OCP be reviewed every 5-10 years to ensure that it continues to reflect the values of community residents. The process to update the OCP is scheduled to be completed by late 2018 with the stakeholder and public consultation to occur from now through fall, followed by the formal approval process. 

A copy of the current Endako, Fraser Lake, Fort Fraser Rural Official Community Plan (OCP) and maps can be found here:

Endako, Fraser Lake, Fort Fraser Rural Official Community Plan (OCP)

Paper copies of the OCP and associated maps can also be viewed at the Regional District office in Burns Lake.

Complete an OCP Survey!

A survey has been prepared to collect information for local residents about their vision for land use and development in the rural area. The survey results plan a very important role in the OCP update process. Paper copies of the survey are available at the Regional District office, the Village of Fraser Lake office and the Fraser Lake library. Completed surveys can be dropped off at the Village office or the RDBN office.  If you fill out the survey, you can participate in a draw for 100 Fraser Lake Chamber dollars!

Online Survey:  Endako, Fraser Lake, Fort Fraser Rural OCP

If you have any questions or would like to become involved in the OCP review process, please contact the Regional District Planning Department at 250-692-3195 or 1-800-320-3339.



OCP work plan

What is an OCP?