PRRD beginning engagement on master plan for North Peace Regional Park

Join Us in Shaping the Future of the North Peace Regional Park

The North Peace Regional Park (NPRP), a beloved community asset located at 15177 Rose Prairie Road, has been a vital gathering space for the community for several decades.

The PRRD is proud to steward this important public space, which is owned by the Regional District and operated through an agreement by the North Peace Fall Fair Society. The NPRP has been home to the North Peace Fall Fair and countless cherished memories for over 75 years. The passion and dedication of the volunteers from the North Peace Fall Fair Society has made the North Peace Fall Fair what it is today.

As we embark on this exciting journey of developing a master plan for the NPRP, we look forward to continuing this legacy of community involvement and collaboration.

Together, we can shape a future for the park that honors its rich history and meets the evolving needs of communities in the region.

Today, we’re excited to announce the development of a master plan for the NPRP.

This plan will guide future investment and development decisions at the park, ensuring it continues to serve and reflect the needs of communities in the region for generations to come.

We believe in the power of community input and are committed to a planning process that is transparent, inclusive and engaging.

We want to hear from you! Your ideas and feedback are crucial in shaping the future of the NPRP.

There are several ways to join the conversation: participate in our survey, attend in-person or virtual meetings, or submit written feedback via email.

Let’s work together to create a park that reflects the needs and aspirations of our communities and region.

Ways to Engage:

  1. Provide Your Thoughts and Feedback Via Survey: Residents and stakeholders can share feedback through an online survey* from March 14th to April 8th, 2024.
  2. Participate in an Input Workshop: Join us on April 2nd from 6:00-7:15 PM through video conference, April 3rd from 6:00-7:30 PM in-person (Dawson Creek), or April 4th from 6:00-7:30 PM in-person (Fort St John), for a community input workshop. To secure your spot in the discussion, register here.
  3. Submit Your Written Feedback: Written comments and feedback can be submitted by April 8th to:

*Paper copies of the survey are available at the Peace River Regional District (PRRD) office reception in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John.

Don’t miss out on these chances to engage and make a difference! For more information, please visit the Have Your Say project page.

Quick Facts

  • The NPRP is approximately 43 acres in size.
  • It is located approximately 20 minutes north of Fort St. John in Electoral Area ‘B’.
  • The lands of the NPRP are owned by the PRRD and operated through agreement by the North Peace Fall Fair Society.
  • In 1979, the Regional Board designated the grounds as a regional park.
  • The grounds are designated Agricultural-Rural in the Rural Official Community Plan, Bylaw 1941, 2011.
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