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The following consultations have now been completed.

The following consultations have now been completed.

  • Website Feedback

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    by canderson, 25 Jul 2017
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    The new City website, kelowna.ca, launched on December 13, 2016, is ready to serve you!

    The new design is more service-oriented. Services have been directly integrated into the search, meaning that access to a service is now just a click away.

    The new sites, which include ylw.kelowna.ca and theatre.kelowna.ca, are also mobile responsive, making it easy to locate the service or information from any mobile device.

    In 2016, the City website received more than 5.6 million page views, which is approximately 15,300 page views per day,every day. This high level of use was the motivation to improve the user experience for one of the City’s most visited sites.

    You can provide open ended feedback any time at kelowna.ca/feedback.


  • Transit Future Action Plan

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    by canderson, 25 Jul 2017
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    As part of the Central Okanagan Transit Future Action Plan, BC Transit, in collaboration with the local partners, will be hosting several public engagement events in 2017 to discuss the role of public transit in the Central Okanagan and how the decision-making process works. For full details about this engagement, visit BC Transit's website.

    The first of these events was in March 2017 and presented some of the proposed transit service changes in the region to the public for their feedback and comment, as well as an online survey.

    Your input is important to us as we work with BC Transit to make our regional transit system better!

    Transit Standards are a tool to help guide decision making for the Kelowna Regional Transit System. BC Transit and the local governments in the Kelowna region are surveying residents to better understand attitudes towards priorities for transit service in the community.


  • Capri Landmark Urban Centre Plan

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    by canderson, 25 Jul 2017
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    The Capri Landmark neighbourhood (that’s the area between Gordon and Spall, and Highway 97 and Springfield) is one of Kelowna’s major employment hubs and is growing to be an attractive location for apartment living. Development interest in the area is high.

    So we need a plan for the future of the area!

    Help us build a plan

    Phase 2 of engagement is now complete and the team is working on a Preferred Concept. Stay tuned for Phase 3 engagement opportunities.


  • Wastewater Solids Management

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    by canderson, 25 Jul 2017
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    To meet the demands of a growing population, the cities of Kelowna and Vernon are evaluating options for the economically, socially and environmentally responsible long-term management of wastewater solids.

    Your opinion matters!

    By completing the survey, you can add your voice to the evaluation process. Your comments will be included in a summary report for Kelowna and Vernon City Councils. Councils will use your input, as well as technical and market reviews to determine next steps in the planning process.

    Feedback will be collected untilend of day May 12, 2017.


  • Agriculture Plan

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    by canderson, 25 Jul 2017
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    Kelowna is a resilient, diverse and innovative agricultural community that celebrates farming and values farmland and food producers as integral to our healthy food system, economy and culture.

    The City of Kelowna led Agriculture Plan looks at the current context of agriculture and attempts to identify and anticipate future changes and challenges.

    The draft Plan is based on a combination of best practices and input from the Agriculture Advisory Committee, stakeholders and feedback received during last spring's and fall's engagement.

    This project is funded in part by the Real Estate Foundation of BC and the governments of Canada and British Columbia, through the Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC.