Horseshoe Bay Local Area Plan


Register for an ImagineHSB visioning workshop

Come tell us your vision for Horseshoe Bay at an ImagineHSB visioning workshop!

We want to hear from you about Horseshoe Bay, what you like today, what would make it even better, and what your vision for the area might be in 20 years.

There will be live illustration of your ideas, a digital model of the bay, a timeline taking you through the community’s past and inviting you to imagine its future, and other family-friendly visioning activities!

Come and share your ideas for the future of Horseshoe Bay with others in the community.

Wednesday, May 29 · 6–8 p.m.
Gleneagles Clubhouse, 6190 Marine Drive

Tuesday, June 4 · 5–7 p.m.
Gleneagles Ch’axáý Elementary School, Gym, 6350 Marine Drive

Saturday, June 8 · 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Gleneagles Ch’axáý Elementary School, Gym, 6350 Marine Drive

Don’t wait! Each date features the same event format, space is limited and registration is required.

Click here to register


Background

Horseshoe Bay, located at the western tip of West Vancouver, is a unique seaside neighbourhood sloping down to a commercial village situated along the waterfront. Its marine commercial character, casual ambiance, visitor attractions, and position as “Mile Zero” of the Sea-to-Sky Highway and “gateway” to Howe Sound provide the setting for a waterfront neighbourhood, village and destination frequented year-round by visitors and tourists.

At its meeting on March 11, 2019, Council directed staff to commence the Horseshoe Bay Local Area Plan (LAP) process to create a new LAP for the area in accordance with an approved Terms of Reference. Please see the Document Library located on the right for a copy of the Council Report and Terms of Reference.

Part of the Official Community Plan

The Horseshoe Bay LAP preparation process will involve working with local stakeholders and the community on issues and opportunities in a contextually-sensitive manner.

As the LAP will become part of the Official Community Plan (OCP), the preparation of the LAP will also consider neighbourhood-level responses to the District-wide objectives and policies identified in the OCP.

Planning Process

The four anticipated phases of the Horseshoe Bay local area planning process are illustrated in the diagram below:


Register for an ImagineHSB visioning workshop

Come tell us your vision for Horseshoe Bay at an ImagineHSB visioning workshop!

We want to hear from you about Horseshoe Bay, what you like today, what would make it even better, and what your vision for the area might be in 20 years.

There will be live illustration of your ideas, a digital model of the bay, a timeline taking you through the community’s past and inviting you to imagine its future, and other family-friendly visioning activities!

Come and share your ideas for the future of Horseshoe Bay with others in the community.

Wednesday, May 29 · 6–8 p.m.
Gleneagles Clubhouse, 6190 Marine Drive

Tuesday, June 4 · 5–7 p.m.
Gleneagles Ch’axáý Elementary School, Gym, 6350 Marine Drive

Saturday, June 8 · 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Gleneagles Ch’axáý Elementary School, Gym, 6350 Marine Drive

Don’t wait! Each date features the same event format, space is limited and registration is required.

Click here to register


Background

Horseshoe Bay, located at the western tip of West Vancouver, is a unique seaside neighbourhood sloping down to a commercial village situated along the waterfront. Its marine commercial character, casual ambiance, visitor attractions, and position as “Mile Zero” of the Sea-to-Sky Highway and “gateway” to Howe Sound provide the setting for a waterfront neighbourhood, village and destination frequented year-round by visitors and tourists.

At its meeting on March 11, 2019, Council directed staff to commence the Horseshoe Bay Local Area Plan (LAP) process to create a new LAP for the area in accordance with an approved Terms of Reference. Please see the Document Library located on the right for a copy of the Council Report and Terms of Reference.

Part of the Official Community Plan

The Horseshoe Bay LAP preparation process will involve working with local stakeholders and the community on issues and opportunities in a contextually-sensitive manner.

As the LAP will become part of the Official Community Plan (OCP), the preparation of the LAP will also consider neighbourhood-level responses to the District-wide objectives and policies identified in the OCP.

Planning Process

The four anticipated phases of the Horseshoe Bay local area planning process are illustrated in the diagram below: