Current Conditions

Mostly Cloudy

Line Painting of District Roads

June 25, 2014 - 2:37 PM

The District of West Kelowna’s Roads Department has begun its annual line traffic line painting. All roads that were painted in prior years will be repainted as well as selected pavement markings. These markings include crosswalks, arrows, and stop bars.

Motorists may experience minor delays as crews are working, and are cautioned not to drive on freshly-painted lines. Full traffic control will be in place as motorists are reminded to use due care when experiencing temporary single lane alternating traffic.

It is anticipated that the project will take approximately two weeks to complete, weather permitting. Please obey traffic personnel as crews use this time to enhance District infrastructure.

The Roads and Construction Department is responsible for traffic signs and line marking of all roads within the District of West Kelowna except for Hwy 97, Highway 97C and Westside Road, which are maintained by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. Contact by phone 778-797-2225 or

News from © InfoTel News Ltd, 2014
InfoTel News Ltd

  • Popular kamloops News
  • Comments
  • Kamloops senior almost swindled out of $4,800
    KAMLOOPS - Yesterday, a Kamloops senior had a close call with a pair of brazen scam artists. Staff Sgt. Edward Preto says in a release that yesterday, Oct. 21, an elderly woman received a ph
  • Police collar Kamloops break and enter suspect
    KAMLOOPS - A report of an in progress break and enter in downtown Kamloops led to the arrest of a 40-year-old man who is known to police. Yesterday afternoon, at 1:12 p.m., officers and poli
  • TRENDING NOW: Ship honks at little girl
    This little girl begged a passing ship to honk its horn. It's safe to say she learned a lesson.
  • Feature film looking for extras in South Okanagan
    OLIVER - Calling all actors, a feature film is set to begin filming in the Oliver and Osoyoos areas next month and film crews are looking for extras. The film entitled  The Humanity Bur
  • How the Lafarge cement plant closure could cost you
    KAMLOOPS - The closure of the Lafarge cement plant won’t impact the City’s budget this year — but that could soon change. Lafarge announced this week it will keep a skeleto

View Site in: Desktop | Mobile