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Integrated Community Sustainability Plan – Electoral Area C

Residents input is key to the success of this plan

What is an Integrated Community Sustainability Plan?

An Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) is a long-term plan developed in consultation with community members to identify a shared vision for sustainability. It will help the SRD with the assistance of Dillon Consulting collectively plan for the present needs of Electoral Area C while ensuring that the needs of future generations are not compromised. The plan will guide long-term decision making, expressing your values and sustainability goals.

Why Do We Need It?

To achieve responsible growth, the SRD requires a roadmap for guiding development in a sustainable manner and assuring that Electoral Area C becomes a more resilient, sustainable, and cohesive community. The plan will focus on maintaining the community’s social, economic, cultural and environmental values.

Why Now?

Electoral Area C does not have an overarching vision or plan. The development and implementation of this ICSP will provide an over-arching sustainability-based vision for the entire Electoral Area C.

How can you be involved?

To date the SRD has generated interest in the ICSP process through an initial high-level survey and an information booth at the Quadra Island Farmers Market.

Electoral Area C residents are invited to drop by the SRD’s ICSP interactive open house on Wednesday November 6th, from 6 pm – 8:30 pm at the Quadra Elementary School.

Help make the future of Electoral Area C more sustainable by providing input into a shared vision, establishing community principles and values, and identifying key goals and priorities. Your input is key to the success of this plan!

To learn more about this event, click here.

The ICSP for Electoral Area C (Discovery Islands-Mainland Inlets) is being developed by the SRD with the assistance of Dillon Consulting.

Questions or Suggestions? Contact:

Karin Johnson, Sustainability Planner
Dillon Consulting