Official Community Plans (OCP)

An Official Community Plan (OCP)

  • is a general statement of the broad objectives and policies
  • respecting the form and character of existing and proposed land use and servicing requirements
  • generally intended to apply for a period of five years, after which a review and possibly an update is undertaken.
  • An OCP does not commit or authorize any project noted in the plan, however, all bylaws enacted or works undertaken after adoption of an OCP must be consistent with the plan.

OCP’s Under Development:

The following OCP’s within the Peace River Regional District are being updated:

Current Official Community Plans:

PRRD Rural OCP Bylaw No. 1940, 2011

This OCP comprises of the Rural Area of the Peace River Regional District. For example: Clayhurst, Prespatou, Pink Mountain, Farmington, Lone Prairie area. Please see maps.
Rural OCP Bylaw No. 1940, 2011 

PRRD North Peace Fringe Area OCP Bylaw No. 1870, 2009

This OCP comprises a portion of the rural area surrounding the City of Fort St John. For example: Charlie Lake, Baldonnel, District of Taylor Rural Area.
North Peace Fringe Area OCP Bylaw No. 1870, 2009

PRRD South Peace Fringe Area OCP Bylaw No. 2048, 2012

This OCP comprises a portion of the rural area surrounding the City of Dawson Creek within the Peace River Regional District. For example: South Dawson, Bear Mountain, Pouce Coupe, Tupper area. Please see maps.
South Peace Fringe Area OCP Bylaw No. 2048, 2012 

PRRD West Peace OCP Bylaw No. 1086, 1997

This OCP comprises a portion of the rural area surrounding the District of Chetwynd within the Peace River Regional District. For example: Wabi Hill, Jackfish Lake and Moberly Lake area. Please see maps.
West Peace OCP Bylaw No. 1086, 1997