Kelowna wants your feedback to improve its websites

To help develop the new website, the city is encouraging residents to complete an online survey.

  • Jul. 21, 2016 12:00 p.m.

The City of Kelowna is in the early stages of updating and redesigning all City owned and operated websites, including,,, and

The online survey is at starting today until Aug. 15.

Input from residents, businesses and organizations will influence’s navigation, design and web content priorities. Direct feedback on the City’s other websites can also be provided, but the primary focus for now is

In 2015, received more than 5.5 million page views, which is approximately 15,069 page views per day, every day. It’s this high level of use that makes improving the user experience even more important.

Along with meeting best practices for accessibility guidelines, the sites will be mobile friendly. The new websites will be launched in late autumn.

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