Paul’s Tomb toilets relocated

Residents are advised that the toilet facilities at Paul’s Tomb have been relocated.

Residents are advised that the toilet facilities at Paul’s Tomb have been relocated.

Due to erosion and some narrowing of the access road, the City is no longer able to navigate the road to service the outdoor toilet facilities. While the costs to repair the access road are not in the current budget, the project has been included in future management plans for the area.

The new site for the toilet facilities, opening on April 1, is located halfway along the trail between Poplar Point Drive and Poplar Point access to Paul’s Tomb Trail. A sign will also be posted at Paul’s Tomb beach and along the trail, indicating the new washroom location.

Residents are reminded to respect the park environment and that smoking is prohibited in all natural areas. For more information about the City’s parks and trails, visit kelowna.ca/parks.

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