To develop a Land Use Plan that will ensure the development, administration and preservation of the Adams Lake Indian Band lands (7 reserves). The Land Use Plan will focus on networking, expansion, strengthening and information sharing consistently ensuring that the use and preservation of lands meets the needs of the Adams Lake Indian Band membership.
Cstelen #1 (Hustalen), Sq7em #2 (Squaam), Teqwups #3 (Toops), Sexqeltqin #4 (Sahhaltkum), Stequmwhulpa #5, and Sxwetsmellp #6 & 7 (Switsemalph). Total acreage in total of all reserves is 7,188 acres (2,911ha).
Individual Land Holdings
Individual Land Holdings services within the ALIB Reserve Land and Environment Management Program (RLEMP) include: assist with land transfers, assist with survey requests, research individual land titles, update and modify titles, assist with land allotments, resolve internal boundary disputes, carry out encumbrance checks and respond to general enquires.
General Roles and Responsibilities
ALIB land is administered within the RLEMP rules and regulations which still must follow relevant land provisions in the Indian Act. The ALIB Lands department administers services to band members, lessees, and anyone that is involved with any form of land dealings, in conjunction with the ALIB Land Use Plan (LUP) and the Comprehensive Community Strategic Plan (CCSP).
The ALIB Lands department provides services on all Band land leases: advice on leases; information on Lands Management policies and procedures; and assist ALIB members with various leases such as commercial, industrial and residential.
Provide assistance to ALIB members when settling an estate where ALIB land is involved. Assist with the required documentation to transfer Band land and provide wills and estate information to assist Band members who choose to write their own will.
- Hustalen IR1 Land Ownership
- Squaam IR2 Land Ownership
- Sahhaltkum IR4 Land Ownership
- Stequmwhulpa IR5 Land Ownership
- Switsemalph IR6 Land Ownership
- Switsemalph IR7 Land Ownership
View Adams Lake Indian Band Land Use Planning Reports: