North Crumpit development - have your say!

October 9, 2021
Tracey Saxby

Heads up! North Crumpit is currently going through a Neighbourhood Planning Process to potentially develop 255 acres (103 hectares) north of the Valleycliffe neighbourhood in Squamish.

There are two public info meetings on Wednesday, October 13th at 2pm and 6pm.


Here's what you need to know:

We are exploring two possible pathways to protect this land:

OPTION A) We crowdfund, apply for grants, and purchase this land (including the adjacent land where The Graduate, Meet Your Maker, Sweeter the Barry, Spencers, Pointless, and S&M Connecter are located) and establish a legacy that can never be developed. This will have to be done in consultation and possible partnership with the District of Squamish, Squamish Nation, and other stakeholders.

OPTION B) The land owner develops a small portion of the land in less sensitive habitat and we push for the rest to be designated as a legacy project for the community.

BUT! While we’ve initiated conversations with the land owner, there is no obligation or commitment on their part for the land to be protected.

We will continue to advocate for these precious ecosystems to be protected, and we will be in touch soon with actions you can take so we can demonstrate widespread public support for the Crumpit Legacy Initiative. We'll keep you informed of any public engagement through the Neighbourhood Planning Process and it is CRITICAL that you engage in that.

Please attend a public information meeting on 13th October to learn more. REGISTER HERE

Tell your neighbours! Tell your friends! The more people talking about this, the better.

Tracey Saxby

Executive Director, My Sea to Sky
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