Infrastructure projects

We are continually working to create vibrant urban centres, a balanced transportation network and an inclusive community. Infrastructure projects focus on improvements and maintenance of outdoor spaces, buildings, active transportation networks, utilities, roads and bridges.

Navigate through the projects map below to find out what's coming up near you or filter by project type.

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Significant investment throughout Kelowna boosts the local economy and builds the vibrancy of our growing city. Learn more about key projects within the city being constructed or managed by another organization.

Construction coming near your business? See the Open During Construction  resource for proactive planning tips.  

Academy Way to UBCO Bus StopsTransit infrastructure

New bus stops will be added along Academy Way near Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School, Shetland Road, and Vint Road.

Est. cost: $20,000
Est. start: Summer 2018
Est. end: Fall 2018

Old Vernon Road to Edwards Road

Phase 1 of Airport Trunk Sewer extension is being completed this Spring. It is being installed in conjunction with the Rail Trail project

Est. cost: $1.5 million
Est. start: February 2018
Est. end: April 2018

This project will replace 100 metres of aging 100 millimetre asbestos-cement (AC) watermain pipe with 100 millimetre polyvinyl chloride (

Est. cost: $75,000
Est. start: Fall 2018
Est. end: Winter 2018

The rubber track at the Apple Bowl Stadium is due for renewal.  This project involves the repair of deteriorated sections of the track an

Est. cost: $600,000
Est. start: July 2018
Est. end: Sept 2018

1.8 metre wide bike lanes on Banks Road, from Enterprise Road to Barron Road, approximately 470 metres in length.

Est. cost: $100,000
Est. start: Summer 2018
Est. end: Fall 2018

1.8 metre wide concrete sidewalk on the east side of Banks Road, from Barron Road to Hwy 97, approximately 130 metres in length.

Est. cost: $75,000
Est. start: Summer 2018
Est. end: Fall 2018

West Of Leckie Road to Ziprick Road

End Of Curb And Gutter To City Limits

The Bellevue Creek Linear Park Master Plan (approved by Council in 2009) set the stage for the long term development of a linear park alo

Est. cost: $440,000
Est. start: Summer 2018
Est. end: To be determined