We have plans! RDCK Board adopts three parks plans

Management plans for three RDCK parks—Crescent Valley Beach, Waterloo Eddy and Pass Creek—were adopted by the RDCK Board and are ready to implement, the RDCK announced today.

"The process to engage the public, collect feedback and draft the plans began in the fall of 2014," said Sangita Sudan, General Manager of Development Services. "The RDCK commends residents for taking an active role in sharing their vision for their public spaces. We are also grateful to Juliet Anderson and Ecoscape Environmental, the consultants who guided the process and crafted the documents."

The management plans will guide the operations, development and stewardship of the parks over the next decade.

Some of the highlights include:

Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park Management Plan
 - Improve parking conditions
 - Keep the park clean
 - No dogs on beach
 - Support river sports
 - Environmental stewardship
Pass Creek Regional Park Management Plan
 - Develop the park as a valued community asset
 - Improve the quality of park facilities
 - Protect the park’s natural environment and wildlife habitat
 - Maintain trails and enhance trail connections
 - Support equestrian users

Waterloo Eddy Regional Park Management Plan
 - Improve access for fisherman and improve parking
 - Protect the river
 - Value park trails and plan for trail connections
 - Improve signage

For further information, please contact:
Sangita Sudan
General Manager of Development Services
250.352.8167 / ssudan@rdck.bc.ca

The content on this page was last updated January 27 2016 at 11:37 AM