Enderby mapping out for future

City of Enderby unveils draft integrated community sustainability plan

Enderby continues to look towards the future.

The city has unveiled its draft integrated community sustainability plan.

“It sets up a framework that gives our community a better chance of being sustainable,” said Mayor Howie Cyr.

“How will we make our community a place people want to move to?”

The first phase identified the current situation in Enderby in terms of issues like transportation, downtown vitality, the economy and seniors, as well as a desired future and goals to achieve that future.

The next stage will involve implementation, integration and monitoring.

“I am looking forward to the next phase which is aligning legislative processes with what we need to do,” said Cyr.

Among the documents that will be updated are the official community plan, the Knoll neighbourhood plan, the zoning bylaw, the subdivision servicing bylaw and the development procedures manual.

Residents are being urged to provide comments on the plan by Sept. 17.

“There’s been a lot of opportunities for feedback already and we welcome it,” said Cyr.

The draft integrated community sustainability plan can be found at www.cityofenderby.com.


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