Tetrahedron Park Options: Comment Form
BC Parks is seeking public input about options for re-designation of Tetrahedron Park. BC Parks is considering public input through a 30 day comment period from May 2 to June 8, 2018. Public comments can be sent by email or mail to the contact information provided below. Comments will inform BC Parks’ consideration of re-designation options.
BC Parks hosted its first open house event on May 2nd, 2018 in Sechelt to solicit input on the designation options for Tetrahedron Park. BC Parks is inviting the public to a second open house, scheduled for Thursday, May 24th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Roberts Creek Community Hall at 1309 Roberts Creek Road.
How to provide comments (Comment period has been extended to Jun 8, 2018):
- Review the information provided in the Public Information Paper [PDF];
- Attend the public open house and complete a written comment form [PDF]; or
- Submit comments about the proposed boundary adjustment directly to BC Parks; please read and agree to the Privacy Statement below to submit the online form.
Public comments are an important consideration for the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy in considering a park boundary adjustment proposal. Please read the privacy statement below, and if you agree, click the checkbox. Comments will not be submitted if you do not agree to the privacy statement.
By submitting comments to BC Parks, you consent to the Province’s use of your personal information for the purposes of collecting information regarding public opinion respecting the proposed boundary adjustment. Comments received will be used for consideration in the development of the ministry’s boundary adjustment proposal. Information shared will include your name and community of residence. Personal information will not be used by the Province for any other purpose.
The Government of British Columbia is committed to protecting the privacy of people whose personal information is held by government through responsible information management practices. Any personal information provided to the Government of B.C. is collected under section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and is used and disclosed in accordance with this Act and/or other applicable legislation. If you have any questions or concerns about the privacy of this project, please contact BC Parks’ Senior Parks and Protected Areas Planner at BC Parks, PO Box 9398 Stn Prov Govt, Victoria, B.C. V8W 9M9.