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  • Managing geese in Kelowna’s parks

    KELOWNA - The City of Kelowna has received a permit from Canadian Wildlife Service to discourage geese from settling in Kelowna’s parks and beaches. The proactive measure is meant to enhance the enjoyment of beaches and parks by reducing goose droppings and the effects it can have on beach water quality.
  • Water off for repairs at Mission dog park in Kelowna

    KELOWNA - Due to an irrigation line break at Mission Recreation Park, repairs are underway that require water to be turned off at the Mission off-leash dog park at 3975 Gordon Drive.

    Repairs are expected to take several days, with the water expected to be turned back on at the park before the end of the week.

    While bowls of water will be available, dog owners are encouraged to bring their own water for dogs during this time.
  • Goose management: the loud bang theory

    KELOWNA - The City of Kelowna has received a “Scare Permit” from Canadian Wildlife Service to use techniques such as lasers, falcons, dogs and loud noise makers to discourage geese from settling in Kelowna’s parks and beaches.

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