Toquaht’s Official Community Plan (OCP) was officially adopted in March, 2016, and formalized in Toquaht law. Kleco kleco to the many Toquaht citizens who provided input into its development from 2012-2016!
- Under section 2 of our Planning and Land Use Management Act, the Toquaht Nation is required to have an Official Community Plan in place.
- The OCP sets out priorities for our growing Nation, and guides decision-making about planning, land use management and economic development.
- All future laws and projects undertaken by the Toquaht Nation must be consistent with the OCP.
- The Toquaht Nation is not bound to undertake the projects described in the OCP.
- The OCP does not give the Nation ‘authority’ to do anything — it is a document that guides decision-making.
If you have any questions about the OCP, contact:
Juliet Van Vliet,
Director of Lands, Public Works and Resources