North End Neighbourhood Plan

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Help shape the future of the North End!

This area is quickly evolving – home to a mix of residential, recreational, industrial and commercial uses, and a trendy brewery district, it’s rich with amenities that draw visitors near and far.

The North End Neighbourhood Plan will guide growth and redevelopment in the area over the next 20 years and beyond. The detailed strategy will include locations of parks and public spaces, development standards, and transportation solutions.

From Jan 31-Feb 28, we asked the public to participate in shaping the vision and objectives for the area. The NEP vision and objectives were endorsed on April 11.

Next steps

The vision and objectives will help shape neighbourhood concepts, which the public will be able to weigh in on during the next phase of engagement. Stay tuned for more information on how to stay involved!


Ask a question

Want to learn more about the North End Neighbourhood Plan? Send us your question and we'll get back to you.


Are you interested in shaping the future of the former Tolko Mill Site? Following the City's lead, the Mill Site development team will also be engaging with the public for input on the future of this privately owned waterfront location. To learn about the Mill Site development team's planning process, visit: kelownamillsite.ca




Project background

The North End is being prioritized for a neighbourhood plan because the pace of change and the imminent development of the former Tolko mill site will require us to plan this area proactively and holistically – in a way that ensures any new development aligns with our Imagine Kelowna community vision and incorporates residents' aspirations for this unique part of town.





Help shape the future of the North End!

This area is quickly evolving – home to a mix of residential, recreational, industrial and commercial uses, and a trendy brewery district, it’s rich with amenities that draw visitors near and far.

The North End Neighbourhood Plan will guide growth and redevelopment in the area over the next 20 years and beyond. The detailed strategy will include locations of parks and public spaces, development standards, and transportation solutions.

From Jan 31-Feb 28, we asked the public to participate in shaping the vision and objectives for the area. The NEP vision and objectives were endorsed on April 11.

Next steps

The vision and objectives will help shape neighbourhood concepts, which the public will be able to weigh in on during the next phase of engagement. Stay tuned for more information on how to stay involved!


Ask a question

Want to learn more about the North End Neighbourhood Plan? Send us your question and we'll get back to you.


Are you interested in shaping the future of the former Tolko Mill Site? Following the City's lead, the Mill Site development team will also be engaging with the public for input on the future of this privately owned waterfront location. To learn about the Mill Site development team's planning process, visit: kelownamillsite.ca




Project background

The North End is being prioritized for a neighbourhood plan because the pace of change and the imminent development of the former Tolko mill site will require us to plan this area proactively and holistically – in a way that ensures any new development aligns with our Imagine Kelowna community vision and incorporates residents' aspirations for this unique part of town.





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  • Discuss: your vision for the North End

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    If you could make the North End anything you wanted, what would it look and feel like? 

    Consider things like:

    • Where would people live? 
    • Where would they work?
    • On their days off, where would they go and what would they do? 
    • What kind of a home would they live in? 
    • Where would they shop? 
    • How would they get around? 
    • How would the land, water and air be protected?
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