Sea-to-Sky Land and
Resource Management Plan
What is an LRMP?
A Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP)
is a process for defining a future vision for public land
and resources. LRMPs develop broad strategic objectives
with an aim to balance the well-being of communities, economies
and ecosystems. The final LRMP reflect sustainable solutions
for the benefit of present and future generations. LRMP
processes were first initiated by government in 1993. To
date, plans have been approved for more than 70% of British
Columbia. For further information on strategic land use
planning in British Columbia please go to the LRMP section
of The Resource Management Division
Where is the Sea-to-Sky LRMP?
Sea-to-Sky LRMP plan area is in south-western British
Columbia. The plan area encompasses roughly 1.1 million
hectares, and is north of Greater Vancouver. The
plan area is home to the renowned Sea-to-Sky highway (Highway
99), which links numerous smaller communities within the
plan area, in addition to the larger communities of Squamish,
Whistler and Pemberton.