A planning process for the rezoning and future development on a 5.2-hectare area connected to Whistler Village has been initiated with the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
The mostly undeveloped, privately-owned lands have a prominent location just north of Whistler Village and present a significant opportunity for our resort community to shape a large development parcel in the Village. We will be seeking community input over the coming months through an enhanced process that will guide the consideration of the rezoning.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to participate in Phase 1, including the open house, questionnaire, information booths and visits our websites. View the engagement summary and approved guiding principles on the Phase 1 - Planning principles page.
Phase 2 - Design concepts is currently underway and staff are planning a series of engagement opportunities to share the concepts and collect input from the community. Learn more about the second phase of the project.
Phase 2 Engagement Opportunities
Please join us at:
Phase 2 Open House
Monday, June 13 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Myrtle Philips Community School, 6195 Lorimer Road
Further engagement opportunities are being planned. Please check back for updates.
Table of contents
1. Overview, rezoning process and timeline
3. Phase 1 - Planning principles (complete)
4. Phase 2 - Site design concepts (in progress)
5. Phase 3 - Draft bylaws (coming 2022)
6. Frequently Asked Questions
7. Related Materials
The owners of the site at 4500 Northlands Boulevard have made an application to initiate a rezoning process. Development of this area presents a unique opportunity to meet broad community priorities and align with the overall needs of our community to help achieve the following:
- Further a number of Council policies and initiatives
- Create a development that is sustainable, socially inclusive, and highly livable
- Derive community amenities to serve the new development and the broader community
- Align with the Climate Action Big Moves Strategy
- Create new housing and employment opportunities within walking distance of shops, services, the employment centre, and the village core
The RMOW has established an enhanced planning process for this application, to add engagement and input opportunities beyond what is required under a typical rezoning application. The enhanced process is made up of three phases. Each phase has multiple touch points with Council, committees, stakeholders and the community, and opportunities for review and feedback on the project. See the links below for more information about the process and opportunities for input in each phase.