Land Use Plan
Crafted with input from the community, departmental staff and leadership to create a shared vision for community development initiatives.
The Kitsumkalum Community Land Use Plan provides a framework for land use and development in our community.
It is informed and guided by both our Comprehensive Community Plan (draft) and Treaty Land Use Plan. It has had input from the community, departmental staff and leadership creating a shared vision for community development initiatives.
GUIDING FUTURE GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT
Protect cultural resources, Improve housing choice, Environmental protection and stewardship, Transportation, Economic development, Sufficient servicing and infrastructure, Improve/expand community facilities.
LEARN THE “BASICS” ABOUT COMMUNITY LAND
The Community Land Use Plan will create policy statements for how land can be used in different areas of the community for both development and protection. The plan will contain a set of maps and documents recording the vision of the community.
DOCUMENTS & RESOURCES DOWNLOADS
A review of past and current planning work and community development initiatives has identified several issues the Kitsumkalum Community Land Use Plan will likely need to address and consider with the community.
PLANNING FOR KITSUMKALUM RESERVE LANDS
This project is primarily focused on three of Kitsumkalum’s four reserves: Kitsumkalum Village, Dałk Gyilakyaw (also commonly known as “Robin Town”), and Zimacord. Spokeshute (Port Essington).
Land Management Committee
A dedicated group, that are devoted to how our lands and resources should be used, managed, and conserved to meet the needs and values of our community.
In 2017, we established our committee to guide land code development and land use planing. Currently, the committee is made up of eight community members interested in land and resource management, and will play a vital role in the creation and implementation of our community land use place. Based on a set of guiding principles for land resource management on Kitsumkalum receiver lands, which will inform how we approach this project.