Posted on Friday, January 21, 2022 11:05 AM
Kelly Garcia, Planning and Policy Specialist at the Okanagan Basin Water Board, presented to Council on Collaborative Source Water protection in the Okanagan.
Oyama Community Club:
Nick Clements, President of the Oyama Community Club, presented to Council an update on the club.
Council approved the Development Permit for a 3-lot subdivision at 5812 McCoubrey Road.
Council supported that a grant application be submitted to...
Posted on Thursday, January 20, 2022 09:35 AM
NOTICE OF COUNCIL PROCEDURES BYLAW AMENDMENT
Council will be considering adoption of an amendment to Council Procedures Bylaw 1105, 2019 (the bylaw which establishes procedures for the conduct of Council and its committees) at the February 1, 2022 Regular Council Meeting at 7:00 p.m.in Council Chambers at the Municipal Hall.
The proposed changes update the bylaw in accordance with amendments to the Community Charter permitting the District to continue conducting Regular Council...
Posted on Thursday, January 20, 2022 09:11 AM
WHEN: Tuesday, February 1, 2022, at 7:00 pm (VIA Video Livestream, Phone or in Person)
FILE #: P2022-001 (Short Term Vacation Rentals)
WHAT: Council has been asked to consider the following change to the Zoning Bylaw:
ZONING AMENDMENT (SHORT TERM VACATION RENTALS) BYLAW 1173, 2021
Posted on Thursday, January 06, 2022 02:24 PM
Central Okanagan dog owners can save $20 by renewing or purchasing a new dog licence for 2022 before the end of February.
Until February 28, a licence for a dog that’s spayed or neutered costs $20. If the dog isn’t spayed or neutered the fee is $60. On March 1, licenses return to the regular annual rates of $40 and $80.
The Responsible Dog Ownership Bylaw requires all dogs to be licensed in the Central Okanagan and in 2021, over 23,000 were. A licence makes it easy to return a dog to...
Posted on Wednesday, January 05, 2022 04:21 PM
On January 4th Council reviewed the draft five-year financial plan that includes the draft 2022 budget. After careful consideration of the community input throughout 2021 and taking note of the priorities for municipal services expressed by citizens, Council gave first reading to support a proposed 6.62% increase, however, Council is asking the community to provide comments on the proposed increase. Feedback can be provided through Let’s Talk – Lake Country and by attending the February 8th...