Posted on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 11:30 AM
As seasonal weather conditions return, the region’s fire hazard has decreased.
Effective Monday, September 20th, 2021, the ban on campfires has been lifted in most Central Okanagan areas. Campfires are not permitted at any time within the City of Kelowna.
The ban on campfires within local government fire jurisdictions in the Central Okanagan has been in place since June 30. Recent showers and cooler, seasonal temperatures have lowered the potential fire threat to moderate.
Posted on Friday, September 17, 2021 09:45 AM
Recently the community has asked why Lake Country doesn’t have a community pool? It’s true, the population continues to grow and many different age groups in the community would benefit from additional amenities like a pool. Each year Council has a lot to consider before making any decision that triggers a tax increase for the community. Please consider sharing these facts with your networks, or better yet - ask your connections to subscribe to District news so everyone can get the...
Posted on Thursday, September 16, 2021 05:30 AM
WHEN: Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 7:00 pm
WHERE: Council Chambers Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd OR Live Streaming - For meeting link visit: https://calendar.lakecountry.bc.ca/meetings
FILE #: TP2021-001
Posted on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 12:00 PM
Lake Country, BC – After wowing audiences at two intimate shows last October, Chantal Kreviazuk is coming back for another concert on November 16, this one also featuring her husband, Raine Maida, another renowned Canadian singer-songwriter.
Kreviazuk, a two-time JUNO Award winner and Maida, a four-time winner with Our Lady Peace, are one of Canada’s most influential cultural couples. Kreviazuk made her critically acclaimed full-length debut, Under These Rocks and Stones, in 1997. Since then, the...
Posted on Friday, September 10, 2021 08:15 AM
A ban on campfires continues across the Central Okanagan. This even though as of noon today they are allowed outside of fire protection areas within the Kamloops Fire Centre.
Central Okanagan fire chiefs agree that the continued high fire danger rating and ongoing dry conditions mean the campfire ban will continue. Until there is a significant reduction in the danger rating and in light of recent wildfires affecting the Central Okanagan, it’s prudent to keep the campfire prohibition in place. ...