Boucherie Road construction to get underway July 3

Boucherie Road in West Kelowna will be closed for construction, between Hayman and Stuart Roads, from July 3 until October.

The section of road will be open to local traffic only.

Detours will be established via Hudson Road or along a route comprised of Boucherie Road, Hayman Road, Tomat Avenue, Michelle Crescent, Essen Road, Bridgeview Road and Thacker Drive.

Customers trying to access local wineries are advised to use the Hudson Road detour and then continue along Boucherie and other local streets.

Access to the Esso, Mac's convenience store, Subway and Friends Pub will be maintained via Boucherie Road and access to Rollingdale Winery will be maintained via Hayman Road.

Customers wanting to access other local wineries are advised to use the Hudson Road detour and then continue along Boucherie and other local streets.

Boucherie Road is being upgraded to the District of West Kelowna's new wine route standard. Sewers, water works, drainage upgrades, sidewalks, cycling lanes, retaining walls and landscaped medians are being constructed as part of the $3.6 million project.

For more information go to, select "in the works" and choose the Boucherie Road wine route upgrade link for more information.

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