Input sought on Kelowna’s Civic Block redevelopment

Open house to view conceptual ideas for changes to Civic Block takes place Monday, Dec. 2, 3:30-6:30 p.m., at Kelowna Community Theatre.

Kelowna residents are invited to attend an open house to view drawings of the Civic Block preferred plan and learn more about the community process that was followed, the public space improvements, and the short and long term plans for development..

The open house takes place Monday, Dec. 2,  3:30 to 6:30 p.m., at Kelowna Community Theatre.

“Over the last eight months, representatives from the arts, culture, business, residents, and community members worked with city staff and consultants to develop a plan for the Civic Block area of downtown,” said City of Kelowna planner specialist, Ross Soward.

“They envisioned the Civic Block as a place with dynamic civic spaces for gathering and celebrating, iconic buildings for arts and culture, and active streets for walking and cycling.”

Representatives from the city will be on hand to answer questions at the open house.

There is also an opportunity to provide input online at starting Nov. 30 until Dec. 13.

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