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In British Columbia, municipalities must have an Official Community Plan (OCP). A community’s OCP stands as a bylaw and covers the following:

  • Community background and values

  • Important factors influencing the plan, such as population growth projections, development potential, economic interests, core waterways, natural values and protection priorities.

  • The District’s zoning structure. For example, lands set aside for agriculture, for residential development, for commercial uses, parks, and protected areas (click here to see the Uplands section of the OCP.).

  • Maps  to confirm zoning and land use designations.


Metchosin’s OCP outlines a commitment to maintaining rural values and to protecting the natural environment. This is made abundantly clear in the OCP’s objectives, stated in section 2.2 (click to read).  Section 14 includes commitments for protecting parks, open spaces, marine areas, and sensitive environmental features.

MetchosinH2O calls upon our Mayor and Council to defend

the terms and spirit of the Metchosin’s OCP.

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