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Pesticide registry deadline approaching

March 11, 2014 - 2:25 PM

The deadline for Kelowna residents to register with the City of Kelowna’s Pesticide Notification Registry is Saturday, March 15.

The Pesticide Notification Registry is for residential property owners in Kelowna who wish to be informed when pesticides are scheduled to be applied on abutting properties.

Residents can register online at kelowna.ca/environment by providing their name, street address, postal code, phone number, email address, preference for same-day or previous-day notification and reasons for registering.

Alternately, residents can register by calling the Commercial Pesticide Notification Registry Hotline at 250-469-8556, faxing 250-862-3314 or mailing applications to the City of Kelowna Development Services, 1435 Water Street Kelowna, B.C., V1Y 1J4.

For more information, to register online or to inquire about Pesticide Free educational items, visit kelowna.ca/environment.

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