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Aerial view of Prince George from the cutbanks. Pulp Mill Road and Nechako river in foreground, with River Road, the railway tracks, and downtown in the background.

Current community engagements

View of Nechako River and the City of Prince George from the cutbanks.

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.

Take the online survey and learn more about how to get involved.

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Your City, Your Priorities 2024

The City of Prince George is preparing for the 2024 budget. You will have several opportunities to engage with City staff to tell us how satisfied you are with current services, how much the City should spend or save in the 2024 budget, and to have your questions answered virtually and in person.

Map of the civic core district, with dotted red border around City Hall, the Canfor Leisure Pool, the former location of the Four Seasons Pool, Kopar Memorial Arena, the Prince George Public Library Bob Harkins branch, Prince George Conference and Civic Centre, the Two Rivers Art Gallery, and Canada Games Plaza.

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.

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Communication and Engagement Survey

The communications and engagement survey is now closed. Once the survey results have been compiled they will be used to draft a strategy to provide the information citizens are most interested in, delivered in a way they would most like to receive it, while ensuring the City continues to engage citizens on issues they are passionate about.

Recent public consultations

Past public consultations

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