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Employment Potential on the WaEmployment Potential on the Waterfront
For those lucky enough to call Mission home, many still commute out of the area for work. Check out how the Mission Waterfront Revitalization Initiative could increase local job creation by offering the potential for new commercial, industrial, and institutional business opportunities.
Mission's Official Community PMission's Official Community Plan
Mission’s Official Community Plan, referred to as the OCP, is our most important tool to shape growth in our community.
The District of Mission has committed to the revitalization of the Mission Waterfront.
Mission's Official Community Plan defines the vision for the waterfront as a vibrant hub of activities, residences, industry and commerce—a resilient, complete community.
The benefits of transforming Mission’s waterfront move beyond the city to the rest of the region.
The community has long recognized the importance of the waterfront. We need to work together to unlock the potential for vibrant and celebrated new communities and amenities along Mission’s waterfront.
Planning MissionPlanning Mission
Houses, apartments, parks, stores and more! Watch this short video to learn how land use plans provide the blueprint for what Mission’s neighbourhoods will look and feel like and how they create certainty for current residents and developers looking to invest in Mission by clearly defining direction to balance the interests of the property owner and the wider needs of the community.
Technical StudiesTechnical Studies
The Mission Waterfront is a large area that presents with a list of redevelopment challenges which include servicing, soil contamination and flood protection. Watch this short video to learn more about the technical studies the District of Mission has conducted to determine how best to improve this underutilized area.
The History of the Mission WatThe History of the Mission Waterfront
Waterfront revitalization has long been a priority of the community. As you first view Mission from the bridge, it is easy to see the potential many have seen over the decades and understand why so many plans and concepts have been explored. In order to understand where we are going, we should first remember where we have been. This video explores the history of the Waterfront revitalization, taking a step back in time to recognize the importance of previous work undertaken that has brought us to our current master planning phase.
Return on InvestmentReturn on Investment
The Waterfront Revitalization will provide great social and economical return on investment for the whole community. Check out our “Return on Investment” video to see how zoning can increase land value and help landowners realize the potential of this area.