Arts, Culture, Recreation and Leisure
Desired Outcome Statements
- Quesnel citizens are actively engaged in community activities, and collaborate to achieve goals for a successful community.
- All citizens can access a diverse variety of affordable recreation, leisure and arts and culture activities, facilities and programming, and all facilities are modern and safe.
- Heritage, including First Nations heritage and culture, is protected and celebrated, and there is a diverse cultural scene.
- Arts, culture, recreation and leisure activities create a healthy, thriving and attractive community for residents and visitors, and contribute to a strong, diverse economy, and to physical and mental health.
- Facilities and services are efficiently and optimally used through creation of partnerships.
- Facilities and services are built with sustainably harvested materials, are landscaped using sustainable practices, primarily use renewable energy and are energy efficient, and conserve fresh water.
- Parks and green spaces are safe and attractive, encouraging use by all residents and visitors.
- Recreational activities are mainly low environmental impact and self-propelled, and higher impact activities are sustained in appropriate specific areas.
ourQuesnel Strategy Areas
Arts, Culture, Recreation, and Leisure
Buildings and Sites
Communications and Connectivity Infrastructure
Economy, Work, Education and Skills Training
Ecosystems, Natural Areas and Parks
Energy, Water, Resources and Waste
Housing and Land Use
Social and Community Well-being
Transportation and Mobility
What is the Community doing?
What is the Task Force doing?
What is the City doing?
Estimate your personal greenhouse gas emissions
Get Power Smart!
Let the sun shine in
Take the bus
Official Community Plan
Official Community Plan - Map
Consolidated Zoning Bylaw
Zoning Bylaw - Map
Bylaws posted on the City of Quesnel website are provided for information or research purposes only and are not to be considered the official version.