Share your experiences with accessible parking in Kelowna

October 6, 2020
Public service announcement

The City is reaching out to accessible parking users to take a survey and share their experiences using City of Kelowna accessible parking stalls. Survey feedback will be used to create a new accessible parking program and respondents can enter to win a $50 gift card to a local business for their participation. 

“We completed the Downtown Area Parking Plan last year and during that process we heard from residents that there are barriers to accessible parking in Kelowna,” says Andrew Rolston, Parking Operations Coordinator. “This survey will help us understand more clearly what those barriers are and what solutions users would prefer.” 

The survey is open to anyone who regularly uses or has used accessible parking stalls in City owned parking lots and on-street parking, for themselves, friends, family members or clients. The survey is open until 4 p.m., Oct. 20.  

In addition to conducting this survey, the City is also completing a thorough review of the current available spaces. This data will be used to update the accessible parking program. The City will share initial findings for further feedback before the final program is released.  

To take part in the survey, visit To learn more about accessible parking in Kelowna, visit