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West Kelowna multi-sport dome to be completed this month

The City of West Kelowna got an update on the dome this week at council

The brand new multi-sports dome in West Kelowna is set for completion in the next few weeks.

City council was updated on the $4.1 million facility earlier this week with reports that construction and installation of the dome, the turf and the washrooms have been completed. The facility is on pace for a mid-October handover to the city.

A grand opening event for the dome is being planned for early November.

Last month, city council was given a sneak peak of the facility along side members of the Westside Youth Soccer Association, which contributed $667,000 towards the dome’s construction.

For more information, visit westkelownacity.ca.

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