Posted on Tuesday, February 08, 2022 11:36 AM
Historic collaboration paves way to enhanced services
The Okanagan Indian Band, District of Lake Country and City of Kelowna today announced agreement on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will pave the way toward building important health, safety and infrastructure improvements, including completion of the Okanagan Rail Trail.
Staff discussions among the three neighbours over many months have resulted in an agreement to move toward resolving infrastructure needs. Some preliminary work...
Posted on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 03:56 PM
Patrick Vance, Chair of the Okanagan IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s gave Council an update on the planned event taking place on May 29th in Vernon. Mr. Vance asked that Council support the walk by either attending or pledging their support on-line.
Council approved a temporary use permit for an autobody repair and paint shop located at 15151 Oyama Road. The permit allows the business to operate at that location until February 5, 2025.
Posted on Friday, May 13, 2022 03:35 PM
The District of Lake Country in conjunction with Interior Health has LIFTED the BOIL WATER NOTICE from the May 10th water system outage effective immediately. The Boil Water Notice has been downgraded to a Water Quality Advisory.
Recent testing and monitoring has shown no bacteria are present within the distribution network and disinfection (chlorine) levels are normal.
For more information on the Water Quality Advisory please visit the District website at www.lakecountry.bc.ca/utilities
Posted on Friday, May 13, 2022 07:00 AM
Council adopted the tax multipliers for 2022 property tax. The tax multiplier for Class 6 will remain consistent with the 2021 ratio.
Council approved the 2021 Financial Statements after Mario Piroddi of BDO - presented to Council on the findings from the external audit.
- Watch– May 10th, Council meeting video recording.
- Read – May 10th, Council meeting minutes.
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Posted on Thursday, May 12, 2022 09:40 AM
Central Okanagan residents have a role in reducing potential wildlife conflicts.
The Regional Waste Reduction Office encourages residents to keep neighbourhoods safe by managing anything that attracts bears and other wildlife around your home, including your household garbage.
Conservation Officers report bears are already active in many neighborhoods across the region, accessing garbage carts as a food source, so it’s time to be extra vigilant and do your part to reduce wildlife...