Smithers maintained a strong mountain town identity and sense of place, and wanted future growth to be managed by an OCP that respected community values.
In the face of that seasonal population growth, the Village of Tahsis recognized that an updated Official Community Plan (OCP) was needed.
Port McNeill recognized that an updated Official Community Plan (OCP) would establish guidelines for the future of the community.
McElhanney supports small and medium-sized municipalities by providing planning services so that they are ready for development.
To accommodate community growth, the Town of Ponoka engaged McElhanney to lead a review of their Municipal Development Plan in mid-2022.
In 2020, KFN embarked on a multi-year improvement program to help them do their infrastructure management business in a different way.
The Yaq̓it ʔa·knuqǂiʔit (Tobacco Plains) First Nation wished to create and implement a land use plan to meet the needs of its people.
This free, outdoor, public skating rink in downtown Penticton would add vibrancy to the community. Could McElhanney be involved?
The Parks Canada Campground manual forms the foundation for developmental standard and design guides for existing and new campgrounds. With the original manual created in 1972 and last updated in 1992, Parks Canada needed a new edition for modern visitors. McElhanney was given the opportunity to update and develop the manual to guide the renewal of campgrounds and associated facilities throughout Canada’s national parks.
Glenbow Ranch Park, AB – The Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park Management Plan will be the premier guidance document for the park’s future. McElhanney’s plan addresses the park’s existing problems while developing an overall vision for the future.