Plans for four RDCK parks have been completed

RDCK parks plans complete

After extensive public engagement and consultation, management plans for four Regional District of Central Kootenay parks are complete.

After extensive public engagement and consultation, management plans for four Regional District of Central Kootenay parks — Crescent Valley Beach, Balfour Beach, Waterloo Eddy and Pass Creek are complete.

“The RDCK thanks all those residents who engaged in this process, either by attending open houses or sending in surveys,” said Sangita Sudan, general manager of development services for the RDCK. “Their input, vision and passion for their parks will help us plan for the future of these public spaces.”

The management plans will guide the operations, development and stewardship of the parks over the next 10 years.

The board will be asked to adopt the plans at its Jan. 21 meeting. To view the documents, visit

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