Below is a list of all of the ways you can get connected, and stay informed on important City issues and topics. Public hearing dates, council meeting highlights, news releases, city projects – find news you can use right here.
e-Subscribe: From news releases to career opportunities to public meeting notices, the City offers quick and timely e-Updates delivered direct to your inbox. You choose your favourite topics! Subscribe to City Views, the quarterly official City e-newsletter to get a great overview of City news and information.
Online Services: Check out our online applications to request services, make secure online payments and find out registration information.
Twitter: Follow us on Twitter (@CityofKelowna, @ylwkelowna) and take part in the discussion on City events, breaking news, recreation information and many more updates.
Facebook: Like us on Facebook (City of Kelowna, Kelowna International Airport) to keep informed and to chat with like minded-community members on all the City's news, events and information.
YouTube: Follow our YouTube channel to watch all the latest vidoes produced by and relating to the City of Kelowna.
RSS Feeds: Follow any of our many RSS feeds including road report, news releases, bidding opportunities, etc.
Council Meeting Broadcast
Council meetings, held on Mondays at 1:30 p.m., are broadcast live (audio only) on the internet via www.castanet.net/kelownacouncil. Meetings are rebroadcast on Shaw Cable 11 on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 a.m. and on Sundays at 7 p.m.
Quarterly reports are presented and posted online.
The Annual Report is prepared by Communications and Financial Services. City Views is the our main source of news for citizens.
The City regularly advertises Council Highlights, open houses, public hearings, public meetings, information sessions and more in Kelowna's Capital News newspaper. The City in Action advertisement is published every Friday.
Link to our news releases for up-to-date City news and traffic bulletins. For public hearings, refer to the Council meeting current agenda.
Find out how the City is strengthening its public engagement processes.
If you have and questions on how to get connected with the City contact Communications at 250-469-8663.