Street closures for dream rally

Streets in downtown Kelowna will be closed Sunday for the Okanagan Dream Rally

Streets will be closed in downtown Kelowna Sunday for the Okanagan Dream Rally.

The rally will take place Aug. 6 in downtown Kelowna including Kerry Park.

To accommodate the event, Bernard Avenue will be closed from 6 a.m. to 11:30 from Abbott Street to Pandosy Street. Mill Street will also be closed from Bernard Avenue to the Queensway parking lot. Vehicles will be able to access Water Street as the intersection will remain open.

Parking restrictions will be in place along the road closures. Vehicles parked along the closed sections of Bernard Avenue and Mill Street on Sunday morning will be courtesy towed to the City Hall parking lot.

Traffic delays may occur throughout the morning due to the road closures. Motorists are asked to plan ahead to avoid delays.

For more information about the Okanagan Dream Rally, visit the rally’s website.

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