The Logan Lake Advantage
Logan Lake is poised for both residential and commercial growth. In the past year there have been two new large developments a new commercial sub-division has been built, and the second phase of a new housing development, Ironstone Ridge, has been completed.
With large investment in Highland Valley Copper Mine and very promising exploration in the properties neighbouring the existing mine site Logan Lake’s future is very promising.
Proximity to Kamloops provides easy access to district services and a very large labour pool. The municipal infrastructure is prepared for growth and population is set to grow, Logan Lake is a great place to start up a business.
Invest in Logan Lake
As a growing community, Logan Lake is the perfect place to invest your business within. There are a number of local, regional and Provincial business incentive programs that have been established to help new business start-ups and help existing businesses looking to expand. Find detailed information and begin your business investment path to Logan Lake here.
The Ironestone Ridge Development is in the heart of the great outdoors at Logan Lake.
There are 110 lots that are perfectly situated next to gorgeous crownland that will be untouched for years to come. Phase 3 is now open.
Life at Ironstone Ridge in Logan Lake offers every amenity required for families such as schools, health and emergency services, doctors, dentists plus a thriving business community for any other needs you may have. Living at Ironstone Ridge is like being on vacation every day.
For more information on Ironstone Ridge visit www.ironstoneridge.com or download the following brochure.
The Chartrand Commercial Investment Opportunity consists of 9 fully serviced commercial lots in the commercial core of Logan Lake. Half the lots are located directly on the busy highway 97D, and are all ready for immediate development. The lots range in size from .54 to 1.2 acres. The Chartrand Commercial Investment Opportunity is a commercial development that is owned by the District of Logan Lake.
Zoning regulations and by-laws regulate land use and whether particular parcels are to remain open or can have structures erected upon them. Access to our zoning resources such as zoning maps, by-laws and re-zoning applications can be found below.
To ensure our town’s footprint within the pristine wilderness that surrounds us is kept in check, a number of environmental policies were created that must be adhered to both prior to and during any construction process.
Housing Needs Assessment
The provincial government requires that local governments prepare a housing needs report every five years. This report is a descriptive analysis of the current housing needs and issues across the TNRD and aims to strengthen local understanding of what kinds of housing are needed, and inform local plans, policies, and development decisions.
This report can be used by community members, the broader public, service and housing providers, and by
local and regional governments to understand current housing needs, projected community growth in terms of
population and households, and future housing need over the next five years from 2021 to 2026.