Kelowna residents enjoying a walk around Mission Creek Regional Park earlier this year. (File Photo)

Mission Creek Regional Park in Kelowna partially closed on Saturday

Portions will be closed while crews finish paving accessible pathway

The Regional District of Central Okanagan is reminding Kelowna residents that parts of Mission Creek Regional Park will be closed on Saturday due to construction activity. The park is scheduled to reopen on Sunday.

The district said that the park’s washroom facilities, playground, parking area and entrance at Durnin Road will be closed while crews finish paving a new accessible park pathway.

READ MORE: Vegetation removal in Mission Creek Regional Park

Access to Missions Creek Greenway and eastern portions of the park will still be accessible to the public from the Leckie Road park entrance, according to the district.

If heavy rainfall occurs on Saturday, the paving will be reschedule to Tuesday, Nov. 19.

The district has over 30 regional parks protecting over 2,100 hectares of land across the Central Okanagan.


Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Nominations for Kelowna Chamber of Commerce “40 Under Forty” now open

The chamber said the search for “Best of the Best” is on

Kelowna city council approves off-leash dog beach on Lake Avenue

This is the fourth off-leash dog beach to be implemented in Kelowna

Nominations open for Kelowna’s 45th annual Civic and Community Awards

The awards recognize the outstanding achievements and contributions made in the community each year

Waste collection changes for Central Okanagan for the holiday season

Garbage and recycling will not be collected on Christmas or New Year’s Day

Kelowna-Mission MLA Steve Thomson won’t run again in 2021

Thomson confirmed rumours he would not be seeking re-election on Monday

VIDEO: Kenney lays out key demands for meeting with Trudeau

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney aims for clear signs of federal action on two-day Ottawa trip

Province sues over sailing incident that killed teen with disabilities

Gabriel Pollard, 16, died from injuries after marine lift failed

First Nations want Big Bar landslide cleared ASAP to allow fish passage

Leadership calling for urgent action and resources to remove obstruction on the Fraser

Assessed value of Lower Mainland homes expected to decrease in 2020

Other areas of province may see modest increases over last year’s values

Two Okanagan residents convicted and fined for hunting out of season

Both residents were convicted in a Kelowna provincial court

Book examines history of B.C. wine industry

Author Luke Whittall has studied the growth of the industry from the mid-19th century to today

Chilliwack family’s therapy dog injured in hit and run

Miniature pit bull Fifty’s owner is a single mother facing close to $10,000 in vet bills

Most Read