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Conceptual rendering showing Kelowna Community Campus facility, walking and cycling trails. (City of Kelowna)

Most Kelowna residents support tax increase to fund new rec centre: City survey

Public engagement done by the city shows 79 per cent of residents in favour

Conceptual rendering showing Kelowna Community Campus facility, walking and cycling trails. (City of Kelowna)
Map showing location of public pathway through Frind Winery. (City of West Kelowna)

Public pathway to wind through West Kelowna winery

Walkway will run from Pritchard Drive, and northeast through the winery to Green Bay Road.

Map showing location of public pathway through Frind Winery. (City of West Kelowna)
Conceptual rendering of Julia’s Junction. (juliasjunction.ca)

All-inclusive playground inspiration for West Kelowna council

The city has contributed $200,000 to the project

Conceptual rendering of Julia’s Junction. (juliasjunction.ca)
Vernon artist Michelle Loughery, who had a hand creating 27 out of 28 of Vernon’s historic downtown murals, is pleased the city will spend up to $100,000 to upgrade the works. (File photo)

Vernon mural artist thrilled with beautification commitment

City agrees to spend $100,000 on downtown mural upkeeps to the delight of Michelle Loughery

Vernon artist Michelle Loughery, who had a hand creating 27 out of 28 of Vernon’s historic downtown murals, is pleased the city will spend up to $100,000 to upgrade the works. (File photo)
West Kelowna City Hall. (Black Press file photo)

West Kelowna meeting changes aimed at encouraging more public engagement

Council shifting afternoon meeting from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

West Kelowna City Hall. (Black Press file photo)
Kelowna City Hall. (Black Press file photo)

Kelowna council has residents’ time in mind with changes to public hearings

Council to let public have their say sooner during meetings

Kelowna City Hall. (Black Press file photo)
Kelowna council welcomed members of the Okanagan Sun to city hall Nov. 21. (Maxine DeHart/Facebook)

Okanagan Sun score touchdown with Kelowna council

Mayor Tom Dyas praised the team for bringing the Canadian Bowl trophy home to Kelowna

Kelowna council welcomed members of the Okanagan Sun to city hall Nov. 21. (Maxine DeHart/Facebook)
Conceptual rendering of 25-storey tower to be built at 350 Doyle Avenue. (Zeidler Architecture)
Conceptual rendering of 25-storey tower to be built at 350 Doyle Avenue. (Zeidler Architecture)
Conceptual rendering of 25-storey tower to be built at 350 Doyle Avenue. (Zeidler Architecture)
Conceptual rendering of 25-storey tower to be built at 350 Doyle Avenue. (Zeidler Architecture)
West Kelowna City Hall. (Black Press file photo)

Official Community Plan to match West Kelowna growth

The OCP identifies where and how West Kelowna will grow over the next 20 years

West Kelowna City Hall. (Black Press file photo)
Phase One of the terminal expansion at Kelowna International Airport is set to being in 2023. (Black Press file photo)

Terminal expansion costs at Kelowna Airport soar due to COVID and inflation

Budget has increased by nearly $23 million

Phase One of the terminal expansion at Kelowna International Airport is set to being in 2023. (Black Press file photo)
Conceptual rendering of 25 storey high-rise planned for 350 Doyle Ave. (Zeidler Architecture)

Controversial Kelowna tower to have attainable housing units

The project at 350 Doyle Ave. has been the centre of controversy since its inception

Conceptual rendering of 25 storey high-rise planned for 350 Doyle Ave. (Zeidler Architecture)
Conceptual rendering of Super 8 motel expansion. (City of Kelowna)

Super 8 Motel expansion plans check in with Kelowna council

A new five-storey, 48-room building planned for next to existing motel on Hwy 97

Conceptual rendering of Super 8 motel expansion. (City of Kelowna)
Conceptual rendering of condo building proposed for Clement Avenue between Ethel and Richter streets. (City of Kelowna)

Kelowna council to consider Clement Ave. condo development

A six-storey building is proposed for Clement between Ethel and Richter

Conceptual rendering of condo building proposed for Clement Avenue between Ethel and Richter streets. (City of Kelowna)
(Wildthings Rehabilitation Society Facebook)

Passion for saving wildlife impresses Kelowna council

Wild Things Rehabilitation Society given approval to operate on land at 2605 O’Rielly Road

(Wildthings Rehabilitation Society Facebook)
Conceptual rendering of 19-storey tower proposed for 1333 Bertram Street. (Photo/City of Kelowna)

Kelowna council approves 19-storey Bertram Street high-rise

Mission Group proposing 157-unit rental-only building

Conceptual rendering of 19-storey tower proposed for 1333 Bertram Street. (Photo/City of Kelowna)
Changes are in the works for the structure of Summerland council meetings. The proposed changes affect the Development Application Procedures Bylaw and the Council Procedures Bylaw. (Summerland Review file photo)

Summerland considering fewer council meetings

Council to meet every three weeks instead of twice a month

Changes are in the works for the structure of Summerland council meetings. The proposed changes affect the Development Application Procedures Bylaw and the Council Procedures Bylaw. (Summerland Review file photo)
Accelerate Okanagan’s fourth annual OKGN Angel Summit in 2021. (Photo contributed)

Kelowna council pledges support to Okanagan entrepreneurs

Council approves $4,000 contribution to Accelerate Okanagan Angel Summit

Accelerate Okanagan’s fourth annual OKGN Angel Summit in 2021. (Photo contributed)
Kelowna City Hall. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)

Kelowna council looks at changes to next municipal election

Council looking for possible changes to election sign bylaw and procedures

Kelowna City Hall. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
Tom Macauley and his son (Tom Macauley/Facebook)

New father support group looking to end the ‘cycle of abuse’ in Kelowna

A group for new dads who are looking for support and socialization meets on Nov. 26

Tom Macauley and his son (Tom Macauley/Facebook)
Peachland council will be looking at possibly restricting building heights along Beach Ave. (Photo/District of Peachland)

Peachland council to discuss limiting building heights along Beach Avenue

District staff is preparing a report outlining potential options for new zoning regulations

Peachland council will be looking at possibly restricting building heights along Beach Ave. (Photo/District of Peachland)