Central Okanagan Regional District

Cover up your trash, keep bears out: Regional District of Central Okanagan

There have been several bear sightings in South East Kelowna, West Kelowna and Peachland

 

Black Mountain Regional Park upgrades to come

The funding for the upgrades comes from a Canada-B.C. infrastructure grant

 

Dangerous fire snuffed at Smith Creek in West Kelowna

Regional District of Central Okanagan reminds residents smoking and open fires are not allowed

 

RDCO to start upgrades on two regional parks

Several major repairs will take place in Glen Canyon and the Mission Creek Greenway

Keep mosquitoes at bay: RDCO

Mosquitoes peak between mid-June and the end of July in the Central Okanagan

Regional district’s Environmental Education Centre set to reopen

The centre is scheduled to reopen on June 23

RDCO advising residents to be prepared for flooding

Forecasts for the coming weekend may result in flooding and property damage

North Westside firefighters replaced after protesting suspension of chief, deputy

The RDCO said they have since recruited other officers to maintain the level of service in the community

Outdoor water restrictions return to RDCO water systems

The restriction will be in effect from June 16 to Sept. 15

RDCO reopens section of Mission Creek as waters recede

Part of the Mission Creek Greenway due to high water levels

Boiling water advised for Killiney Beach customers

Advisory issued for 290 customers of Killiney Beach system after control room work finished June 9

RDCO announces spring poetry contest winners

The district received 70 poems starting from May 1

North Westside residents shocked at fire chief’s suspension

Communities association president said they don’t know why the suspension happened

RDCO hosts Okanagan Shines Spring Poetry Contest

Central Okanagan residents are encouraged to wax poetic on how they are inspired by nature

Campfires banned in Central Okanagan to support COVID-19 efforts

The ban follows the provincial decision to suspend open burning until April 15

Central Okanagan playgrounds close due to COVID-19 concerns

The closures are to prevent the spread of the virus