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Alison Apps (Racey) Fonds

  • WA_2016_012
  • Fonds
  • 1924-1992

Items donated by Alison Apps (nee Racey), including the RMOW's Heritage Plan, Gondola Area Study, the building of Highway 99, and the procurement and maintenance of their plot of land near Wayside Park on Alta Lake, animal and bird pamphlets, and logging maps from the Whistler Valley.

Beautiful British Columbia Magazine Winter 1986

The Beautiful British Columbia Magazine from winter 1986, with and article entitled "Whistler Village" from pages 4-11. The article is about the development of Whistler as a ski resort from somewhere difficult to get to where skiers had to be experts, into a busy resort. It covers accommodation offerings, activities available, the variety of ski runs, and transportation options. Numerous photos are included showing skiers, accommodations, restaurants and chairlifts.

Resort Municipality of Whistler

Documents gathered by Geoff Pearce during his time working as Clerk-Treasurer on Whistler's first municipal council between 1976 and 1986.

Review of Draft of the Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 8 - October 29, 1976

  • WA_2019_037-01-006
  • File
  • October 29, 1976
  • Part of Geoff Pearce

Review of a draft of the Official Community Plan sent to the Resort Municipality of Whistler on behalf of Urban Programme Planners (of R. E. Mann Ltd.) on October 29, 1976. The document is a critical review of policy development included in the draft of the Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 8 [WA_2019_037_01_004]. The plan is preceded by a letter to council presenting the critical review on behalf of R. E. Mann and D. A. Halverson. The plan itself covers development area designations and policies, accommodation projection and allocation, distribution of future accommodation, accommodation mix, residential areas and potential residential areas, local commercial services, service commercial and industrial areas, recreation reserve areas, rural resource areas, transportation policies, sewer and water systems, and zoning and subdivision development regulations.

Sunday February 21, 1982 Page 3

A full page article from The Magazine newspaper on Sunday, February 21, 1982 on page three. The article is entitled "Now here's the $24- million question: Will the world be wowed by Whistler?" The article previews the World Cup Downhill race featuring the Crazy Canucks, the promotion of Whistler as a world class resort, and the real estate development taking place in Whistler Village..

Sunday November 8, 1981, Page A4

A half page article from The Province newspaper published Sunday November 8, 1981 on page A4. The article is entitled "Peak in Sight for Whistler." The article is about whether or not Whistler has been oversold as a world class resort, unfinished resort developments, the dangers of Highway 99 and low real estate activity.

The Magazine

A full page article from The Magazine newspaper on Sunday, February 21, 1982 on page three. The article is entitled "Now here's the $24- million question: Will the world be wowed by Whistler?" The article previews the World Cup Downhill race featuring the Crazy Canucks, the promotion of Whistler as a world class resort, and the real estate development taking place in Whistler Village.

The Province

A half page article from The Province newspaper published Sunday November 8, 1981 on page A4. The article is entitled "Peak in Sight for Whistler." The article is about whether or not Whistler has been oversold as a world class resort, unfinished resort developments, the dangers of Highway 99 and low real estate activity.

Whistler Bicycle Network Plan - Draft #2 March 2002

59-page Whistler Bicycle Network Plan, second draft, prepared for the Resort Municipality of Whistler by the Whistler Cycling Committee in March 2002. It lays out a plan to increase transportational (non-recreational) bicycle use in Whistler by providing more routes and facilities for cyclists, with the ultimate goal of providing access for cyclists to all major destinations and neighbourhoods in the area. Additional programs aim to educate the public on safe cycling and road-sharing.

Table of Contents:

1) Introduction

  • What is a Bicycle Network Plan
  • How the Plan was Developed
  • Goals of the Whistler Bicycle Network Plan
  • Objectives of the Whistler Bicycle Network Plan
  • Planning Principles
    2) Bicycle Network
  • Bicycle Routes
  • End-of-trip Facilities
  • Intermodal connections
    3) Supporting Programs
  • Community Participation
  • Awareness and Education Programs
    4) Implementation
  • Action Plan
  • Network Priorities
  • Cost Estimates
  • Funding Opportunities
  • Institutionalizing Cycling
  • Monitoring
    5) Summary of Recommendations
  • Bicycle Network Recommendations
  • Supporting Program Recommendations
  • Implementation Recommendations
    6) References
    7) Appendices
  • Glossary
  • Relationship to Other Plans
  • Barriers to Cycling
  • Implementation Priority Data