The City of Kelowna advises all cyclists to lock up their bikes properly. In an effort to provide for those who would prefer a more secure bicycle parking option, the City has installed secure rental lockers in the downtown core and Pandosy neighbourhood.
How to rent
Visit the Kelowna parking office at 100-586 Leon Avenue. For only $12 per month you can secure yourself a locker – far cheaper than any vehicle parking pass!
Type One: Street locker for two bikes
Type Two: Street locker for two bikes
Inside view: slide bike in through assigned side,
close and lock door.
Parkade fenced locker
The parking office will provide you with the key for your dedicated locker.
For more information you can visit the Kelowna parking office in person or call 250-862-8585.
Location of bike lockers
- Downtown on Bernard Avenue by Abbott St and by Richter St
- Downtown on St. Paul Street north of Bernard Ave
- Downtown on Ellis Street by Lawrence Avenue, Harvey Ave and Cawston Ave
- Inside the downtown Chapman Parkade on Lawrence Ave by Water St - 12 fenced lockers
- Inside the downtown Library Parkade on Ellis St by Doyle Ave
- South Pandosy Town Centre
between KLO Rd and Raymer Ave
- Queensway Transit Station (downtown)
- Smith Ave by Water St (by the Provincial Court House)
- Cawston Ave by Water St (behind the Art Gallery)
Please confirm availability with Kelowna Parking. Some lockers may be unavailable during construction projects in areas.
|Vertical racks located on
| Bike racks come in all shapes and sizes
Cost Shared Bike Rack Program
Businesses that are interested in putting a bike rack in of their own can view our brochure. The City of Kelowna will cover 50 per cent of the cost to purchase and install quality bike racks at qualifying businesses, and organizations that attract visits from the public. If you're interested in installing a bike rack, fill out the online application form and email it to the Active Transportation Coordinator.
Bicycles at rest is a bicycle parking best practices guide with information to help workplaces make the most of their bicycle parking and amenities.
Requests for public bike racks for placement of city properties or right of ways can also be made by contacting the Active Transportation Coordinator.
To learn more cycling safety tips, visit smartTRIPS.ca