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Approval of the MCP
On April 16, 2012 the Committee of the Whole received the draft of the MCP following a presentation by Dialog, the City's planning consultant. The recommendation to adopt the MCP was unanimously ratified on April 23, 2012 at City Council. A copy of the Municipal Cultural Plan can be found on line.
The Municipal Cultural Plan
The Municipal Cultural Plan (MCP) provides a vision for Peterborough, highlighting economic prosperity, social progress, and quality of life. It focuses on culture’s role in creating a liveable, sustainable community with a vibrant downtown and healthy neighbourhoods. Based upon extensive community engagement, the Plan provides a shared cultural vision in Peterborough and a set of guiding principles and actions that ensures Peterborough reaches its greatest potential as a culturally vibrant, creative city.
The Cultural Maps
To learn more about the city’s cultural assets please visit the City of Peterborough’s Cultural Maps. The Cultural Maps are a key component of the Municipal Cultural Plan that provide a wealth of information about our cultural festivals and events, cultural facilities and organizations, public art, heritage resources and the businesses that make up the cultural economy.
Municipal Cultural Planning: "The strategic and integrated planning and use of cultural resources for economic and community development." (Municipal Cultural Planning Incorporated)