City of West Kelowna

A render of the proposed lighthouse at Goats Peak Winery. (Contributed)

Proposed 115-foot lighthouse at West Kelowna winery turning heads

If approved, this would serve as West Kelowna’s tallest building

 

UPDATE: Old Ferry Wharf Road reopens

The leak was first reported about 11:35 a.m., Friday

 

Peachland council divided over bypass delay response

Mayor Cindy Fortin and Coun. Keith Fielding clash over letter

 

Upgraded access for historic Peachland schoolhouse

The $350,000 project undertaken by Peachland Historic School Accessible Plaza Society

B.C.’s thriving mosquito population not a health hazard: Entomologist

Minimal standing water can be prime breeding grounds for annoying insects

Central Okanagan residents invited to give input on regional transport plan

The plan will help Central Okanagan governments work together to connect people and places across the region

West Kelowna church expansion a no-go

The developer pulled the application to expand Evangel Baptist Church

Supportive housing angers Super 8 Motel neighbours in West Kelowna

Residents of the area have started a petition to have the occupants of the hotel relocated elsewhere

West Kelowna leading the way in safe reopening

Staff said the city’s protocols are being used by other municipalities

City of West Kelowna to install trail cams to monitor turtle crossing at Westlake Road

2020 has seen an increase in turtle mortality in the area

Boil water notice reissued for Sunnyside/Pritchard system

City of West Kelowna staff said the rain from the weekend increased turbidity in the lake

City of West Kelowna asking residents to participate in community visioning

The project, titled #OURWK, will help shape the city’s future

West Kelowna Fire rescue individual from Powers Creek

The incident occurred on June 13 during heavy rains in the area

West Kelowna indoor pools not opening for the summer

Physical distancing requirements are difficult to meet in indoor aquatic centres

City of West Kelowna approves applications for wineries, restaurants to expand service areas

The service area expansion is so establishments can meet the provincial requirement on physical distancing

Boil water notice downgraded to quality advisory for Sunnyside/Pritchard system

Turbidity in Okanagan Lake is decreasing, according to city staff

City of West Kelowna opens registration for summer programming

2020 summer programs have been designed to follow provincial health guidelines

City of West Kelowna property tax notices sent out

The city is asking residents to pay online before the July 2 due date

Sunnyside/Pritchard system water quality advisory raised to boil water notice

The change comes due to increased turbidity near the system’s intake in Okanagan Lake

New portables for city, high school: City of West Kelowna council highlights

Mt. Boucherie Secondary and the city hall will get more portables, and the city will continue visioning project