Łu Zil Män (Fish Lake) local area plan

How do I participate? 

The Łu Zil Män (Fish Lake) local area plan steering committee have developed a short survey to help them understand people’s relationship to the area. The survey will be available to fill out until August 31, 2022.

Complete the online survey

Print copies of the survey are available at the following locations :

  • Government of Yukon Land Planning Branch
    Elijah Smith Building
    300 Main Street, Room 320
    Whitehorse, YT  Y1A 2B5
     
  • Kwanlin Dün First Nation
    35 McIntyre Dr
    Whitehorse, YT  Y1A 5A5
What is this engagement about? 

The Government of Yukon and Kwanlin Dün First Nation are developing a local area plan for the Łu Zil Män (Fish Lake) area. A steering committee will help develop the plan.

The plan will address many land use issues, including:

  • heritage resources protection;
  • tourism and recreational activities;
  • housing and land applications;
  • environmental protection; and
  • commercial operations.

The plan will embody a shared vision for the Łu Zil Män area. It will be developed using all available local, traditional and scientific knowledge.

The Kwanlin Dün First Nation Self-Government Agreement outlines the cooperative planning process. The process is meant to benefit all Yukoners, including future generations.

This survey is the first step in a series of engagement events for this planning process. More opportunities to provide input will be included as part of this engagement process. Check the Łu Zil Män website for updates.

How will my input make a difference? 

Your input will help inform the next step in the process, which is to develop the Łu Zil Män local area plan.

Where can I find related information? 

You can find updates, background information and related documents on the Łu Zil Män website.

You can also learn about local area planning in the Yukon.

Where can I find results? 

Your answers to the survey will be summarized in a report available later this year. Check the Łu Zil Män website for updates. 

Give your feedback on the engagement process 

Share your thoughts on the engagement process by sending an email to Joseph.Petch@yukon.ca.