Community Amenity Contribution (CAC) Policy

Community Amenity Contribution (CAC) Policy & Interim Targets

The District of Squamish is in the process of developing Community Amenity Contribution (CAC) policy to guide the District’s approach to seeking and allocating community benefits in association with zoning approvals for changes in land use and/or density.

CAC Policy Goal. To date, amenities provided in various forms from individual development projects seeking rezoning, have been on a case-by-case basis rather than based on an adopted policy and consistent approach. The intent of this policy is to outline the District’s approach to obtaining Community Amenity Contributions so that the public, land owners, and developers understand the purpose and legal mechanisms for these contributions. The District wants its approach to Community Amenity Contributions to be clearly understood, predictable, consistently applied, and reasonable.

At the December 15, 2015 Regular Council meeting, the District of Squamish adopted Interim Community Amenity Contribution (CAC) Targets and Allocations. The interim CAC schedule bridges and fills the current policy void while a more comprehensive CAC policy is finalized. These interim targets will form the basis for further consultation, review and analysis with the development community and the community at large.

Council Workship Tuesday March 8, 2016 1:00 p.m. 
Watch the workshop video

The District hosted a CAC Workshop with Council on March 8, 2016, and invited the Development Community and interested Squamish residents to attend to review and discuss proposed CAC policy targets and amenity allocations.

Staff powerpoint presentation

Interim CAC Targets (December 2015)

December 8 2015 Staff Report

CAC Policy Package (June 2015)

 

Development Services Contact │ Sarah McJannet, Planner  604.815.5096

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  • jim gracie Feb 27, 2016 7:22 AM (4 years ago)

    Squamish Trails Society will have two people attend the 08 march meeting

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