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The Westbank First Nation Community Plan, first implemented in 2010 and revised in 2015, guides growth, development, resource management and community
planning within the reserve lands and traditional territory of Westbank First Nation ("WFN"). It reflects the vision that Westbank First Nation Members have for their community, lands and resources. The vision is strategic, sustainable, long term, and is based on a desire for an improved future.
The provision of Membership housing, incorporating culture, language and traditional governance principles, building a youth center, installing sidewalks and street lights within the Community Core, and many other initiatives highlighted within the Community Plan are in various stages of planning, development and implementation. While we have been successful in implementing the Plan, it is important that we continue to refine and review the Community Plan, ensuring it remains relevant to the changing needs of Members.
The 2015 Community Plan update resulted from seven Membership meetings, a technical review by staff and committee members, two Council reviews, an open house, and Member-staff presentations.
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Planning & Development
Westbank First Nation
515-Hwy 97 South
Kelowna, BC V1Z 3J2
T 250 769 4999
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