• QRRA

Update: August 2021

Thank You to Rick Newton, Mac Campbell and the City Parks Department


As you come into our community, you might have noticed the new banner on the light post near the corner of Quail Ridge Boulevard and Country Club Drive.


Mac Campbell gave Rick Newton one of the original vintage banners when Quail Ridge was first being developed and Rick kindly donated it. The City of Kelowna Parks department installed the banner for us (after trying to install it at the round-about near Airport Village to no avail).


Thank you to everyone involved!




Provide Feedback to the City on Accessible Parking Stalls


The City of Kelowna is asking for feedback on a series of proposed recommendations to improve the design and availability of accessible parking stalls. Accessible parking users and those who support them are invited to share feedback on the proposed changes by August 8th. To review the recommendations and complete the quick poll, visit getinvolved.kelowna.ca.  To learn more about accessible parking in Kelowna,  visit kelowna.ca/parking



Regional District Volunteer Advisory Commissions Welcoming Applications


Applications are being accepted for volunteer members to serve on the Agricultural Advisory Commission (AAC) and the Central Okanagan West Advisory Planning Commission (APC). Prospective AAC members may reside anywhere within the Central Okanagan, while the majority of Central Okanagan West Advisory Planning Commission members must live in the electoral area.


Information and the application form can be found rdco.com/advisorycommissions or by contacting the RDCO Community Services Planning department (email: planning@rdco.com, or, call: 250-469-6227).


City of Kelowna Chosen to Host the 2026 BC Summer Games


The 2026 BC Summer Games will be held July 23-26, 2026 with an estimated economic impact of $2.0 million.


The BC Summer Games hosts 18 sports (including competition for athletes with a disability), 3,700 participants (2,800 athletes, 925 coaches, managers and officials), and 3,000 volunteers. Athletes range in age from 9-19 years depending on the sport. To learn more: bcgames.org.



Stolen Street Signs


Be on the lookout for 2 stolen sets of street signs from the intersection of Country Club Drive and Quail Ridge Boulevard. If found, email qrraexec@gmail.com



Build the QRRA Website’s Photo Gallery!


We have a growing number of amazing photos of our community on the website. Keep the pictures coming.





Please, lock up, stay safe and keep an eye on our neighbourhood.


Report any suspicious activity to the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300