City Plan - Nanaimo ReImagined
, adopted July 4, 2022, is the City’s strategic planning document. The Plan provides direction for the coming 25 years on land use, Truth and Reconciliation, climate adaptation, health and wellness, diversity, accessibility and inclusion, economic prosperity, sustainable living, and more. Because cities work best when interdependent systems are considered together, City Plan: Nanaimo ReImagined unifies traditionally separate strategic documents to serve as Nanaimo’s: Official Community Plan (OCP); Parks, Recreation, Culture, & Wellness Plan; Active Mobility Plan; Transportation Plan; Climate Action & Resiliency Plan; Accessibility & Inclusion Plan.Developed over the past two years through the REIMAGINE NANAIMO journey, City Plan - Nanaimo ReImagined is our guide for how we will get to our future Nanaimo – a city that has the benefits we enjoy today combined with new opportunities. Scroll down to see the plan and review key background information.

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Link to full version of "City Plan Bylaw 2022 No. 6600" with all attachments

City Plan - Nanaimo ReImagined | Executive Summary

City Plan - Nanaimo ReImagined | Backgrounder

Link to City Plan - Map Schedules 1 to 13

A hard copy of City Plan: Nanaimo ReImagined can also be viewed at the Service & Resource Centre at 411 Dunsmuir Street. Copies are available for purchase. 

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