Community Garage Sale. Save the Date: Saturday, May 28th
… more details to come!
As well ... Quail Ridge FireSmart Clean-up Day is Back!
Date to be announced. More details to come…
We have had a report of people putting garbage in recycling bins. Mix ups can happen but stay alert and be careful where you dump your garbage.
On a related note, the Regional District of the Central Okanagan has a great app to help us navigate what recycling goes where. Available for iPhones/iPads and androids, the free Recycle Coach App for mobile phones and tablets lets you search on how to dispose of hundreds of items, check your weekly pickup schedule and set pickup reminders all in the palm of your hand. See: https://www.rdco.com/en/living-here/recycle-coach-app.aspx
Boat Launch Survey Closes April 3, 2022
The City of Kelowna is conducting a boat launch survey to help it create a 15-year management plan. Kelowna’s public boat launches see heavy use every year and deteriorate over time. They need maintenance to ensure proper upkeep and safety, and the City of Kelowna is looking for residents’ input to navigate the future of these facilities.
Another City of Kelowna Survey Coming in the Mail!
Work is underway to create an Indoor Recreation Facilities Strategy which will help guide the City’s investment in sport and recreation facilities over the next 10-20 years. All residents of Kelowna will have the opportunity to provide their input to the strategy through a postcard survey that will be mailed to households in the coming days.
Every Kelowna household will receive a coded postcard via Canada Post. The code is required to access the survey, can only be completed once per household, The survey must be completed by April 22nd, but if you don’t receive your code via mail by April 10th, you can email email@example.com to request alternate access to the survey.
Learn more about the Indoor Recreation Facilities Strategy including accessing the coded survey at https://www.getinvolved.kelowna.ca
NeighbourWoods Moving to the Fall
NeighbourWoods is a residential planting initiative developed to encourage citizens to help grow and preserve Kelowna’s urban forest. Each year, Kelowna residents can purchase one tree per household for the low price of $50 (plus GST).
While usually a spring program, NeighbourWoods is moving to the fall this year! Sales for the 2022 tree planting initiative will open in September.
Stay tuned for more updates this summer. Visit https://www.kelowna.ca/neighbourwoods to learn more.
Welcome Quail’s Corner Store! Located at #5 3185 Via Centrale, they provide groceries along with convenience products.
As well, the Beedie Development Group will be building the Stratosphere Business Centre at 2050 Pier Mac. The development will consist of 2 buildings and 13 units totaling more than 144,000 square feet of space.
Please, lock up, stay safe and keep an eye on our neighbourhood.
Report any suspicious activity to the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300.