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Input sought for Shannon Lake traffic strategy

The District of West Kelowna is inviting the community to stop by its open house regarding a traffic strategy for the Shannon Lake neighbourhood.

Guests will have the opportunity to speak with staff and consultants, view design concepts and provide feedback that will be used in the creation of the strategy.

The meeting will be held Thursday, Jan. 24 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Shannon Lake Elementary School—3044 Sandstone Drive.

Concepts were designed based on input gathered at a community forum in 2012 and traffic data collected in the neighbourhood to date.

Additional feedback gathered at the open house will be used to assist staff in establishing priority improvements for the area.

In addition to the open house, residents are invited to complete an online survey, seeking feedback regarding sidewalks and bicycle lane priorities for the Shannon Lake area.

The survey, which closes Jan. 27, can be found at districtofwestkelowna.ca.

 

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