Traffic strategy meeting tonight for Casa Loma

The meeting will present traffic data collected in the West Kelowna neighbourhood and let neighbours give their comments.

  • Aug. 20, 2014 12:00 p.m.

Traffic solutions are being sought for West Kelowna’s Casa Loma neighbourhood.

A community meeting to discuss possible traffic flow and safety improvements is being held at Lakeview Heights Community Hall, 860 Anders Rd., tonight, Aug. 20 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Residents in the Pritchard Drive neighbourhood attended a meeting last night.

The purpose of the meetings is to present traffic data collected in the neighbourhoods and give residents the opportunity to comment and ask questions of West Kelowna District staff and the traffic consultant hired to collect the data.

Residents will be given the opportunity to complete surveys and provide feedback on whether or not they would like traffic strategies completed for their neigbhourhoods.

If residents choose to proceed with traffic strategies, subsequent meetings will be held to present proposed strategies.

Just Posted

Basement fire quickly extinguished

Fire crews quickly extinguished a basement fire at a home in Kelowna

West Kelowna neighbourhood fed up with criminal activity

Prowler frustrating West Kelowna residents

Kelowna motel robbed, suspect sought

The suspect threatened to harm the lone front desk clerk and demanded money.

Kelowna airport hosts accessibility event

Canucks Autism Network event brings families together to help deal with air travel

Penticton reporter reflects on covering Charles Manson

Charles Manson, leader of a murderous cult, died on Sunday at 83

Heavy snowfall expected on Coquihalla

Snow forecast for mountain highways

Serious home invasion reported in Kamloops

Two people are in hospital with serious injuries following a home invasion

Annett finishes season on the podium at Ironman Arizona

Penticton triathlete sets new course record on the bike

Cash donations create purchasing power

Salvation Army and food banks stretch a donated dollar a long way

Hergott: A pedestrian’s legal obligation

Lawyer Paul Hergott questions the moral obligation of pedestrians and motorists

Coyotes grab Okanagan boys title

George Elliott defeats Seaton in AA volleyball final, seeded third heading to provincials

ICBC overbilling for crash repairs not the problem, dealers say

Collision repair shops reject union claim of inflated costs

Last day for shoeboxes at Kelowna Gospel Fellowship

Kelowna church has been gathering gifts for kids in need in countries around the world

Owls soar to Okanagan volleyball title

KSS girls win 4A championship for 12th straight year beating Pen Hi in final

Most Read