Road paving projects for Kelowna

Public forum to explain how Springfield and Spall traffic flow will be impacted this spring and summer.

As part of the City of Kelowna’s pavement management program, Springfield and Spall roads will see paving improvements this spring and summer.

To learn more about the schedule and traffic management plan for the upcoming paving projects, residents are invited to attend a public information session Monday, May 14, 4 to 6 p.m., at  A.S. Matheson Elementary School, 2090 Gordon Dr.

City representatives will be on hand to answer questions.

Preliminary work will begin May 14 on Springfield Road (from Burtch Road to Ethel Street) and paving is scheduled for completion by early June. Lane restrictions will be in place.

Paving of Spall Road (from Highway 97 to Springfield Road) is tentatively scheduled for late July. Construction is scheduled in the evenings between 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Prep work will be underway a week prior with minimal disruption.

Paving schedules are subject to change based on weather conditions.

Visit for the most up to date information on road construction.

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