Advisory Planning Commission (APC)

Meetings

  • Noon
  • 3rd Wednesday of every month
  • City Hall
    310 Ward Street
    Nelson BC Canada V1L 5S4

Documents

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View minutes, reports, bylaw and related documents

Role

The role of the Advisory Planning Commission is to advise Council on matters referred to the Commission which includes land use; project design and landscaping, community planning and bylaws and permits relevant to the land use provision of the Local Government Act.

Regulation

  • Path to 2040 Advisory Planning Commission Bylaw

Composition

The APC consists of 9 members:

  • Councillor Morrison with Councillor Dailly as Alternate
  • Two representatives from the Economic sector
  • Two representatives from the Social sector
  • Two representatives from the Cultural sector
  • Two representatives from the Environmental sector
  • One member from the community at large with preference for an individual representing heritage

Quorum

  • 5 members

Chair

  • To be appointed

Contact

City of Nelson
Advisory Planning Commission
Suite 101, 310 Ward Street
Nelson BC V1L 5S4
Phone: 250-352-8221
Email Natalie Andrijancic

The City of Nelson is seeking volunteers on the Advisory Planning Committee.

There are three positions available:

  • Community Member at Large
  • Environmental Sector
  • Social Sector

The role of the Advisory Planning Committee is to advise Council on any matter referred to the Commission respecting land use, project design and landscaping, community planning or proposed bylaws and permits under land use provisions of the Local Government Act that have been referred to the Commission by Council.

If you are a Nelson resident or elector and are interested in serving your community, please submit a letter stating your interest and qualifications to serve on this committee to:

City of Nelson 

Suite 101, 310 Ward Street

Nelson, B.C. V1L 5S4

or

 Email Sarah Winton

For more information visit Advisory Planning Commission (APC)