Orthophotos are geometrically corrected aerial photographs that are often used as a visual background for maps and in mapping applications. New aerial photographs are taken at least once every two years to have a record of the changes that happen on the ground. The new orthophotos will have roads and buildings on them that did not exist yet when the last aerial photographs were taken.
You can download orthophotos below by clicking on a tile in the map or by clicking on the link to download the entire mosaiced ortho for the City of Kelowna in .ecw format. By downloading orthophotos you agree to follow the terms of the Open Government License.
The arial photographs were taken on Tuesday May 6 and Wednesday May 7. Okanagan Lake level was 341.909m.
Click here to download the ortho for the entire City in .ecw format (~5GB).
Select a tile in the map below to download an ortho tile in ECW format. The ECW tiles are up to 25MB in size.
Orthophotos were taken Sunday, May 21. Okanagan Lake level was 342.83m.
Download the entire ECW ortho (~4GB).
Select a tile in the map below to download the ortho tile in ECW format. The ECW tiles are up to 25MB in size.
Orthophotos were taken on May 13th, 2012.
Click here to download the entire ECW ortho (~3GB) or select a tile in the map below to download the ortho tile in ECW format. The ECW tiles are up to 32MB in size.