Planning for the Future

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PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE OF THE REVELSTOKE FORUM & CURLING CLUB

UPDATED May 15th, 2024:

Phase I – Communication & Engagement - COMPLETED

On April 18, 2023, the City launched the first phase of public engagement to learn more about the community’s interests and considerations about potential options for the future of the Revelstoke Forum and Curling Club. In July, Council reviewed a What We Heard Summary Report prepared by Katie Hamilton, Tavola Strategy Group. During this consultation phase, the community expressed interest in building a new arena as part of a new multiplex facility. The input received in Phase I is being used to inform the next phase of option development and further consultation.

Phase II – Feasibility Study - IN PROGRESS

On May 9th, 2024 Council awarded the contract for an Indoor Multi-Sport Facility Feasibility Study to HCMA Architecture & Design. The purpose of the feasibility study is to determine the appropriate mix of amenities at a new indoor multisport facility, to determine the costs associated with building the complex, to determine the potential cost recovery of the new complex; and to determine the costs of operating the complex.

Multi-Sport Facility Advisory Committee - IN PROGRESS

City Council has established an advisory committee to oversee the development of a concept plan for a new multisport facility.

Are you interested in being a key player in the multi-sport facility project? If so, we encourage you to apply to our newest committee!

The Committee will oversee the development of a concept plan for a new multi-sport facility and provide advice throughout the planning phase. Being part of this Committee involves reviewing community feedback and providing recommendations to Council at key milestones for the duration of the planning phase.

If you're interested AND fit into one of the position categories listed below, please apply by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, at rvst.ca/committee.

The available positions are:

  • 1 representative of Arena Facility Users
  • 1 representative of the Martial Arts sector
  • 1 representative of the skateboard community
  • 1 representative of the Arts & Culture sector
  • 1 representative of the Climbing Society (Alpine Club of Canada Columbia Mountains Section or the Revelstoke Climbers Access Society)
  • 3 citizens 'public at large' positions (one with a focus on accessibility and one with a focus on gender equity)

Please note: We have also reached out to specific organizations to appoint representatives. The above positions are in addition to those organizational representatives.




PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE OF THE REVELSTOKE FORUM & CURLING CLUB

UPDATED May 15th, 2024:

Phase I – Communication & Engagement - COMPLETED

On April 18, 2023, the City launched the first phase of public engagement to learn more about the community’s interests and considerations about potential options for the future of the Revelstoke Forum and Curling Club. In July, Council reviewed a What We Heard Summary Report prepared by Katie Hamilton, Tavola Strategy Group. During this consultation phase, the community expressed interest in building a new arena as part of a new multiplex facility. The input received in Phase I is being used to inform the next phase of option development and further consultation.

Phase II – Feasibility Study - IN PROGRESS

On May 9th, 2024 Council awarded the contract for an Indoor Multi-Sport Facility Feasibility Study to HCMA Architecture & Design. The purpose of the feasibility study is to determine the appropriate mix of amenities at a new indoor multisport facility, to determine the costs associated with building the complex, to determine the potential cost recovery of the new complex; and to determine the costs of operating the complex.

Multi-Sport Facility Advisory Committee - IN PROGRESS

City Council has established an advisory committee to oversee the development of a concept plan for a new multisport facility.

Are you interested in being a key player in the multi-sport facility project? If so, we encourage you to apply to our newest committee!

The Committee will oversee the development of a concept plan for a new multi-sport facility and provide advice throughout the planning phase. Being part of this Committee involves reviewing community feedback and providing recommendations to Council at key milestones for the duration of the planning phase.

If you're interested AND fit into one of the position categories listed below, please apply by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, at rvst.ca/committee.

The available positions are:

  • 1 representative of Arena Facility Users
  • 1 representative of the Martial Arts sector
  • 1 representative of the skateboard community
  • 1 representative of the Arts & Culture sector
  • 1 representative of the Climbing Society (Alpine Club of Canada Columbia Mountains Section or the Revelstoke Climbers Access Society)
  • 3 citizens 'public at large' positions (one with a focus on accessibility and one with a focus on gender equity)

Please note: We have also reached out to specific organizations to appoint representatives. The above positions are in addition to those organizational representatives.




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    INTRODUCTION 

    We appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey about planning for the future of the Revelstoke Forum and Curling Club. This survey should take [10-12] minutes to complete.  

    The information collected through this survey will help the City of Revelstoke understand what’s important to residents and businesses when planning for the future of the arena.

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