Burnaby, BC – The City of Burnaby is inviting the community to help develop the Burnaby 2050 Official Community Plan through a series of events throughout June and July. Four Burnaby 2050: Visioning Dialogue events will inspire discussion through evenings full of entertainment, food and activities. These events will take place in locations around the city:
- Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre, Wednesday, June 14, 6-8:30 pm
- The Amazing Brentwood, Thursday, June 15, 6-8:30 pm
- Bonsor Recreation Complex, Tuesday, June 20, 6-8:30 pm
- Confederation Seniors’ Centre, Wednesday, June 21, 6-8:30 pm
Registration is required. Get your free ticket by visiting Burnaby.ca/Burnaby2050 by Friday June 9.
In addition, pop-up booths at community events, festivals and local hubs will give people the chance to learn more about the OCP process and share their vision of Burnaby’s future.
Everyone who lives, works or plays in Burnaby is invited to take an online survey to help shape the future of Burnaby. Community members can complete the survey at Burnaby.ca/Burnaby2050 until July 17, 2023.
“This is your chance to have your say about how Burnaby grows and evolves and I encourage you to share your input and tell us what you love and value about Burnaby, and the things that matter most to you,” said Mayor Mike Hurley. “The Burnaby 2050 Official Community Plan will be the blueprint to shape the way Burnaby lives, learns, works and plays – this is your chance to help shape Burnaby’s future.”
Municipalities in British Columbia have the authority to develop an Official Community Plan (OCP) under the Local Government Act. An OCP guides the growth and development of a community. It provides direction on land use, transportation, housing, environment, infrastructure, parks, agriculture, economic development, arts and culture, climate action and more.
For more information: Burnaby.ca/Burnaby2050.
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