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  • Parking ban now lifted for snow routes

    Parking bans on designated snow routes in Wilden, the Ponds, Magic Estates and Dilworth Mountain have now been lifted. The Snow Route Advisory was originally issued on December 28 due to record levels of snowfall.
  • Snow Event Advisory: Parking ban on snow routes

    With significant snowfall underway and more snow in the forecast, a snow event has been declared and parking bans on snow routes are now in effect. The snow event advisory affects residents living on designated snow routes in Wilden, the Ponds, Magic Estates and Dilworth Mountain. Residents parked on the street have 24 hours to find alternative off-street parking.
  • Summerland Kinsmen Polar Bear Dip

    The Kinsmen Club of Summerland would like to welcome you to our annual Polar Bear Dip. It will be held at Sun-Oka beach on January 1 2018 at Noon sharp. We will have hot dogs, hot coco, and of course our collectors t-shirts available by donation for all attendees. We've been running this event for over 30 years, and lately it's been successful having local media helping us to promote our event.
  • Highlights of December 4 Council meeting

    Imagine Kelowna update
  • GenNext Kelowna donates $5,000 for Youth Initiative Grants

    Kelowna, B.C.– GenNext Kelowna Board Chair, Carly Gilmore presented a $5,000 cheque to United Way CSO Marketing and Events Manager, Marianne Dahl at the GenNext fall networking social. The funds are earmarked for the 2018 Youth Initiative Grants, a joint initiative with the Central Okanagan Foundation. This program enables local youth 25 or younger to apply for grants up to $2,000 to support their community-focused initiatives.
  • Council Meeting

    Water Rates
    Council gave first three readings to bylaws which intend to lead to Council’s desire for one water system, one water rate, one quality of water for all West Kelowna residents.
  • Youth projects get a boost from COFFY and GenNext Kelowna

    Central Okanagan Foundation for Youth (COFFY) and United Way’s GenNext partnered again this year to offer Youth Initiative Grants for up to $2,000. This year, the two groups contributed $7,725 to Central and South Okanagan for 5 youth led projects.
  • High water affects ‘Go Fish’ youth urban fishery

    There’s some good news about this year’s ‘Go Fish’ urban youth fishery program.

    Approximately 500 young rainbow trout will be stocked late this week in the Hall Road fishing pond in Mission Creek Regional Park ready for youngsters to once again experience some fishing fun starting this Sunday, April 30th.

    Unfortunately due to the unprecedented high water level in Shannon Lake Regional Park, the program there has been postponed by a week.
  • RDOS Helps Reduce the Mosquito Population

    Since 1974, the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (RDOS) Nuisance Mosquito Control Program typically runs between mid-May into late August. For the past several years, the program has been starting in April due to weather conditions and resident complaints.
  • Monster Energy to bring Boarderstyle Event to SilverStar

    Monster Energy will be bringing Monster Boarderstyle, a high energy, high impact spectacle of music, action, and energy to SilverStar Mountain on March 10th and 11th.

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