A new MC3 case study synopsis has been released, featuring the City of Revelstoke.
Revelstoke is a small community with a land area of around 31.9 sq. km and a population estimated at 7,329. Though modest in size, Revelstoke has a long history of community planning that is carried out with significant public input. The city’s Community Development Plan was last revised in 2007, during which the three ‘pillars’ of sustainability were incorporated. Revelstoke is currently in the process of developing an Integrated Community Sustainability Plan, which will serve to update portions of the Official Community Plan and set out a comprehensive vision for community sustainability.
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