The Official Community Plan (OCP) is a long range (20 year) guide for the municipality that helps Council in making decisions on matters such as land use and growth, transportation, agricultural preservation, economic development, and housing.  The OCP works together with the Regional Growth Strategy (RGS), administered by Metro Vancouver, the regional government body, and must be consistent with the RGS. 

Reviewing our Official Community Plan: Latest Status

After over two years of extensive engagement to draft the new Official Community Plan (OCP), the project is moving into the final adoption phase. The first reading of the new OCP took place at the Council Meeting on July 21. To watch the presentation here.

A public hearing will take place in the fall, where everyone who wishes to speak will be heard by Council prior to their final decision. The City would like to thank the community for their input throughout this project.

Stay tuned for more information on our website and social media channels.

For a summary and overview of the OCP review process including where we are at and what we have heard so far visit, I See Pitt Meadows 2040: Official Community Plan Update.

Overall, reviewing and updating the OCP is a six-phase process that is taking place over approximately two years. For more information, please see the Detailed OCP Update Timeline

Council Reports and Presentations

Bylaw for the Official Community Plan

For your convenience, the following sections have been extracted to facilitate a quicker download.​ 


 

2010 Official Community Plan by Section
2010 Map Schedules

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