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A planning exercise is coming to a close to enhance City Park as a vibrant place for residents and visitors to enjoy. The exercise will create a concept plan for a unified vision and to help integrate the City's popular waterfront park with Bernard Avenue, the new Downtown Pier and public marina, and Stuart Park. The plan will guide infrastructure decisions and make recommendations for improvements in both the immediate future and over the next decade.

History of Public Engagement

Public input began in February 2013 with. The feedback from the community helped inform the remove the proposed Visitor Centre from the original City Park Concept Plan. Further public input was being sought to reconsider how space in the park can be organized to attract and benefit park users. Below is a timeline of public input activities.

Feb 6, 2013 Stakeholder Workshop 
Jun 27, 2013 Online community input launch
Jun 27, 2013 Open House No 1. Display Panels - First Concept Plan
Jun 27 to July 15, 2013 Online community feedback of updated concept plan
June 25, 2014 Community/Stakeholder Workshop
Sep 11, 2014 Open House No. 2. Display Panels - Preferred Concept Plan
  Conceptual Drawing

What's next?

The views expressed will be compiled and analyzed including the financial and technical considerations. A report to City Council will be presented in the fall.

Concept Design Stage
Contact:

Patrick McCormick
Urban Design Planner
pmcormick@kelowna.ca
250-469-8605

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