Survey Introduction

The Town of Fraser has begun the process of developing a Master Plan for 120-acres of the Fraser River Corridor through Cozens Ranch Open Space (project area – Rendezvous Road to CR 804). The Fraser River Corridor Master Plan will create a community driven vision for the Cozens Ranch Open Space that identifies open space needs, goals and strategies to activate this under-utilized asset. This Master Plan aims to build a consensus for the planning effort that will protect the land, river and wildlife while increasing river access, recreational activities and educational opportunities in order to connect residents and visitors to the beauty and serenity of the Fraser River.  

The outcome of this project is to protect, connect and inspire! We want to focus on incorporating the Fraser River more into the Town of Fraser and into the lives of the residents and visitors. Our desired outcome is to showcase Cozens Ranch Open Space to one and all and allow the natural beauty of the river corridor to positively impact people of all ages without having a negative impact on the wildlife population.

Your input is important to the master planning process! A key piece of this planning process includes involving local residents to leverage their expert knowledge about where they live and the environment around them. The feedback you provide will help guide the Master Plan team in understanding how you currently use the Cozens Ranch Open Space, how you would like to use it in the future and how you would like to see this area improved overall. Please allow 15 minutes to complete the survey. The survey results will ultimately be included in the Master Plan report.

Please complete this survey and visit the Town of Fraser’s website for more information about the project Please do not hesitate to contact Catherine Trotter ( or Brandon Parsons ( with THK, with questions or for more information.

The survey will run from October 13, 2017, 12:00 am – November 30th, 2017, 12:00 am.  The results of the survey will be posted to the Town’s website in January of 2018.

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