Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Columbia Shuswap Regional District Regular Board Meeting Highlights March 2019

The CSRD had their monthly meeting. The following are some outtakes relevant to Revelstoke’s Area B or of nearby interest.

Fire Department of the Year Presentation: Tappen/Sunnybrae Fire Department

Ryan Gray, Fire Chief, Tappen/Sunnybrae Fire Department was presented with the Fire Department of the Year Award for 2019.

Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society (CSISS)

Robyn Hooper, Executive Director, CSISS, attended the Board meeting to provide the Board with an update on the Society’s Successes 2014 -2018, and an overview of the 2018 Annual Report. View 2018 CSISS Annual Report.

Sicamous to Armstrong Rail Trail Project – Governance Committee Recommendations

The Board received a report from Ryan Nitchie, Team Leader, Community Services, and reviewed action items for the CSRD Board to consider and approve relative to the Sicamous to Armstrong Rail Trail Initiative. View report. View Memorandum of Understanding.

CSRD 2019 Five Year Financial Plan Bylaw No. 5794

The Board gave three readings and adopted the 2019 CSRD Five Year Financial Plan Bylaw. View report. View Bylaw.

Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) Applications

Development Permits (DP’s) & Development Variance Permits (DVP’s)

Electoral Area B: Development Permit No. 850-28 (Boulder Mountain Resort)
3069 Trans-Canada Highway, West Revelstoke

The subject property is the location of Boulder Mountain Resort (BMR), west of the City of Revelstoke in Electoral Area B. The BMR property is designated HC – Highway Commercial in the Electoral Area B Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 850 (OCP), and the proposed commercial development on the BMR property requires a Commercial Development Permit (DP) for form and character that must be reviewed and issued by the Board. The Board approved the permit for issuance. View report.

Zoning, OCP and Land Use Amendments

Electoral Area B: Electoral Area B Zoning Amendment (Boulder Mountain Resort) Bylaw No. 851-13
3069 Trans Canada Hwy, West Revelstoke

The proposal is to rezone 2.3 ha of Crown land, situated east and adjacent to the existing Boulder Mountain Resort property, from RSC – Rural Resource to HC – Highway Commercial; to permit tenting sites for the camping season. The proposal also includes new tourist cabins on the west side of the Boulder Mountain Resort (BMR) property, ten in the form of park model buildings and three stick built. Two of the proposed stick built cabins are over the permitted floor area for a tourist cabin and a site specific regulation under the HC zone is proposed to allow for a maximum of two 150 m2 tourist cabins on the subject property. The bylaw also proposes to amend the definition of a tourist cabin to include park model as a permitted building type; and amend the HC and RC1 – Resort Commercial 1 zones by removing camping spaces from the additional servicing and lot size density restriction and base this density restriction on tourist cabins alone. Statutory approval from Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has been received and the Board adopted the bylaw amendment. View report.

Electoral Area B: Electoral Area B Official Community Plan Amendment (Illecillewaet Development Inc.) Bylaw No. 850-12 and Electoral Area B Zoning Amendment (Illecillewaet Development Inc.) Bylaw No. 851-15
354 Leoffler Road/Greely Road – Greely

The properties that are the subject of this OCP/rezoning amendment application are located at Greely south and east of the City of Revelstoke south of the Trans-Canada Highway and across the Illecillewaet River in in Electoral Area ‘B’. A number of these properties on the south side of the CPR main line had already been redesignated and rezoned for the Revelstoke Adventure Park proposed development by the Board in Bylaws No. 850-11 and 851-10 in November, 2016. The adventure park will combine recreational activities such as hiking, trail riding, bungee jumping, rock climbing, zip lining, rope courses, and mountain biking, with accommodation options such as hotels, tourist cabins, RV Park and yurts. Food services and commercial opportunities will also be featured. Both amendments were given first readings and will now be referred to various agencies for comment. View report.

NEXT BOARD MEETING
Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 9:30 AM
CSRD Boardroom, 555 Harbourfront Drive NE, Salmon Arm, BC

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