What are your plans for the North Shore of Kamloops?

The city has created a survey on its Let’s Talk page online at letstalk.kamloops.ca/northshoreplan.

The City of Kamloops is looking for feedback as it updates plans for the North Shore.

The city’s last North Shore Plan dates back to 2008 and the updated document will guide land use, including in the Tranquille Corridor and North Shore Town Centre.

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The feedback process with the public will extend into next year, with the new plan to be adopted at the end of 2021. The city has created a survey on its Let’s Talk page online at letstalk.kamloops.ca/northshoreplan.

The survey will be available to residents until Sept. 30, with other public engagement plans will be announced later.

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