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Survey of opinion on Pritchard Park

An online survey has been launched to involve the public in developing conceptual design options for Pritchard Park, including a lakefront property at 1595 Pritchard Rd., which the municipality purchased in August 2011.

The survey has been developed to help the District of West Kelowna gather community feedback—a key component in Phase 1 of the Pritchard Park Plan.

The survey will be available through the municipality’s homepage—districtofwestkelowna.ca —until Nov. 14.

Conceptual designs, created using input obtained from the survey, will be presented to the public during Winterfest on Sunday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Royal LePage Place.

District of West Kelowna staff will be available at that time to share preliminary design ideas for park improvements and answer questions.

The public is invited to weigh in with their ideas and preferred options during the information session.

Community input and conceptual designs created during Phase 1 of the Pritchard Park Plan will assist Council in selecting a preferred option, and move towards the completion of construction drawings as part of Phase 2.

Council will be asked to consider funding for Phase 2 of the Plan in 2012 as part of upcoming budget deliberations.

 

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