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March 7, 2024, 10:26 am

Strathcona Regional District Strategic Plan Approved

Strathcona Regional District
CAMPBELL RIVER -  The Strathcona Regional District (SRD) Board approved its four-year strategic plan which will guide the organization’s efforts in the coming years. The plan, built upon three key strategic themes – Community Well-Being, Climate Resiliency, and Good Governance – reflects a commitment to serving communities effectively and responsibly.

Under the theme of Community Well-Being, the board is committed to collaborating with community partners to bolster affordability and housing initiatives, fostering environments where residents can thrive. Additionally, the board will identify and consider transportation strategies that facilitate safe movement throughout the region. Health and well-being improvement initiatives in our communities will also be explored.

Addressing the imperative of Climate Resiliency, the board is dedicated to proactively preparing communities to effectively navigate emergency events and mitigate the impacts of climate change. This includes looking at local and subregional initiatives while prioritizing the reduction of the organization’s carbon footprint in service provision.

In the realm of good governance, the board will prioritize proactive communication and engagement with our communities. Strengthening relationships with First Nations communities and identifying mutual interests are key aspects of this dedication. The board’s governance approach will recognize the diversity of our region and concentrate on areas of common interests.

Projects aligned with these strategic themes will undergo rigorous board approval and obtain resources through the organization’s financial planning process.
SRD Board Chair Mark Baker shared: “We are excited about the opportunities ahead and look forward to working collaboratively with the board, staff, and our community partners to make meaningful progress on this strategic plan.”

For more information about the Regional District’s strategic planning process, its vision and values or to view the strategic plan in its entirety, please visit www.srd.ca/strategic-priorities.


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