Council formally adopted their Strategic Plan 2019-2022 on April 9, 2019. The plan identifies five priority areas that are supported by a list of staff reports and projects that will be presented at Council meetings and workshops over the first of their four years in office.
Fire Department Master Plan (To Come)
In early 2003, the Municipal Council of the City of Maple Ridge directed a review of the existing fire service delivery model and asked for advice on what the Fire Department will need to look like in order to serve a growing community. Council directed the Fire Chiefs and the General Manager: Corporate & Financial Services, who then enlisted the help of the Assistant Chiefs and paid-on-call Firefighters, in developing the Fire Department Master Plan.
Official Community Plan Adoption Bylaw No.7060-2014 The Official Community Plan outlines the long term vision for growth and development in Maple Ridge. The Official Community Plan (OCP) was updated with minor housekeeping amendments and adopted through OCP Adoption Bylaw No. 7060-2014 (PDF) on February 11, 2014.
Promote and support a healthy, safe and sustainable community where we are active participants in a wide range of recreation and cultural activities, working together to build our individual strengths, create a strong sense of community, respect and protect our valuable natural assets, and achieve our environmental responsibilities.
The Council-endorsed Sanitary Master Plan provides information on the City’s sewage collection system and serves as a guide for ongoing system improvements. Given that improvements have been undertaken since the Master Plan was developed, anyone wishing to obtain the most current information on the sewage collection system is advised to contact the Engineering Department.
The five-year tourism strategy for Maple Ridge is intended to benefit both residents and local businesses that service visitors. The recommended strategies that enhance experiences and amenities increase the livability of the community for residents, making the destination more enjoyable for visitors.
The updated Transportation Plan that has been endorsed by Council will guide decision-making for transportation over the next 25 years and beyond, and will recommend improvements for all modes of transportation, including vehicles, walking, cycling and public transit.
The Council-endorsed Water Master Plan provides an overview of the City’s water distribution system and presents a framework for ongoing improvements. Given that improvements have been undertaken since the Master Plan was developed, anyone wishing to obtain the most current information on the water system is advised to contact the Engineering Department.