Hey, White Rock.
How would you spend up to $13 million?


The City of White Rock is committed to engaging with its residents, and has gathered public input into how to spend up to $13 million in community amenity contributions (CACs) once they have been collected.

Developers pay White Rock development cost charges (DCCs) to assist with utilities like water, sewage and roads. They also pay CACs to help with capital investments to benefit the community.

Some of the options for consideration are:

  • Enhancements to White Rock’s Pier
  • Affordable housing opportunities
  • Community Complex: administrative and public space
  • Waterfront parks
  • Park improvements
  • Maccaud Park Plan
  • Centre Street Walkway
  • Funicular
  • Theatre Facility or Convention Centre with community access
  • Five Corners Plaza Plan (Rainbow Pathway)

What CACs can and can’t be used for:

Can be used for:Can’t be used for:
Capital costs for new facilitiesTax reductions
Affordable housingOperating/maintenance costs
Child care centresLong term replacement costs
Public artReducing ice rental costs at the Arena
Streetscape /pedestrian upgradesFixing potholes
Expanding/enhancing the White Rock PierReducing parking rates
Parks and recreation facilitiesFree bus passes for residents
Arts and culture facilitiesCosts for special events
Civic facilities (such as City Hall, library, Fire Hall)Marketing or promoting the City


Public Workshop & Information Session:


The results from the engagement in January and February 2020 will be shared this spring with an update that will go to City Council.

The City engaged the community using:

  • Feedback on Facebook and Twitter
  • Dotmocracy voting boards at City facilities
  • A public information session and workshop
  • Information on the City’s website
  • Comment cards
  • Online survey
  • Paper version of survey

Stay tuned. Updates and engagement results will be shared on this web page. Do you have a question or a comment? Contact communications@whiterockcity.ca.

Dotmocracy Boards with public participation

Community Amenity Contribution Forum - Engaged citizens at dotmocracy boards

Information:

Community Amenity Contributions at Oct. 21, 2019, Governance and Legislation Committee meeting: