Fox Lake, Yukon

Fox Lake local area planning

The Government of Yukon, Ta'an Kwäch'än Council, and Kwanlin Dün First Nation are developing a local area plan for Fox Lake. A steering committee of area residents and First Nations Citizens will help develop the plan.

What is local area planning

Local area plans guide the development and use of land in unincorporated Yukon communities. The plans designate areas for specific land uses. Learn more about local area planning.

Fox Lake, Yukon

The planning area

The planning area is 525 square kilometres in size and is located approximately 40 kilometres north of Whitehorse. It begins at kilometre 226 of the Klondike Highway and extends to kilometre 266, just north of Little Fox Lake.
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What’s happening now?

We’re working to hire a consultant to draft the local area plan. Stay tuned for more information about the draft plan in the coming months.

Who’s on the steering committee?

Ta’an Kwäch’än Council appointees

  • John Burdek
  • Norman Adamson (alternate)

Kwanlin Dün First Nation appointees

  • John Meikle
  • Roy Neilson (alternate)

Government of Yukon appointees

  • Mandy Johnson
  • Allison McNevin
  • Arthur Hutchison (alternate)

Contact the planners

Jocylyn McDowell
Government of Yukon
Senior land planner
Phone: 867-393-7043

Natalie Leclerc
Ta’an Kwäch’än Council
Land use planning coordinator
Phone: 867-668-3613 extension 604

Roy Neilson
Kwanlin Dün First Nation
Land and resource planner
Phone: 867-633-7800 extension 119

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