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Current community engagements

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Stormwater Infrastructure Fund

The City’s stormwater management system plays a huge role in keeping our community and natural environment safe but there currently is no dedicated funding source for maintenance and asset renewal. This spring, resident feedback will help inform how the City will fund stormwater management to ensure our system can operate safely and efficiently for years to come. 

Learn more and find out about future engagement opportunities.

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Accessibility Plan

When cities make things like sidewalks, buildings, transportation, and services accessible, it makes everyday activities more manageable and enjoyable for everyone. The City of Prince George is taking action to identify and remove barriers that prevent the full and equal participation by all our citizens in every aspect of community life.

Get involved! Help us by reporting accessibility concerns.

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Official Community Plan Review

An official community plan (OCP) describes the long-term vision of a community. It includes goals, objectives, and policies that guide long-term planning and land use management. The plan addresses matters like transportation, housing, sustainability and climate change and outlines how a local government plans to exercise its powers.

Learn more and find upcoming engagement opportunities.

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Civic Core District Plan

The civic core district is the heart of downtown. But what is our plan for the area? Should it be a vibrant cultural and entertainment area? An activity and service hub for families and seniors? How will civic facilities and city-owned properties factor into this plan?

The online survey is now closed. Thank you for participating.

Recent public consultations

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