We produce a number of publications to help keep residents informed, including the Annual Report, City Views (accompanying tax notices), Community Trends Report, quarterly reports and the Year in review. Check them out below.
The 2015 Annual Report: Building on Momentum ( e-magazine or print-ready PDF version ) is now available for public review and will be presented to City Council on Monday, June 20 at a regular Council meeting.
If you'd like a quick glimpse into some of the major City projects and initiatives in 2015, check out the short summary video , featuring Mayor Colin Basran, City Manager Ron Mattiussi and Joe Schober from Bardel Entertainment.
If you are unable to access the report online, please contact us at 250-469-8542 to request a printed copy.
Want to know when the next Annual Report is available to view online?
- We're open - 2014 Annual Report ( printable version )
- 120,000 stories. One community. - 2013 Annual Report
*these documents contain dated information and are for historical reference only.
Our print newsletter is published each May and distributed to residents with property tax notices . It discusses where City funding comes from, how tax dollars are spent, City projects and services. View the May 2016 newsletter.
City Views e-Bulletin
An online edition, the City Views e-bulletin, is published seasonally.?
Community Trends Report
The 2016 Community Trends Report examines the current trends from four key areas: our people, our homes, our economy and our environment. Examining demographic and social data, the trends depicted in this report illustrate Kelowna's successes, as well as existing and future challenges facing the city. By monitoring these trends, the we will be well positioned in future years to proactively address emerging issues and dedicate its human, financial and technological resources to key programs, policy initiatives and services.
The positive momentum from 2014 carried over to 2015 as the Kelowna Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) became the fastest growing region in Canada. The population growth was largely driven by migration from other parts of Canada including the lower mainland and the Alberta. As the region has grown, the housing and economic sectors have also experienced growth and expansion.
Each quarter, we report out on key activities at a regular Council meeting . Topics include projects, active living and culture, public engagement and more.
- Quarter four - October through December, 2016
- Quarter three - July through September, 2016
- Quarter two - April through June, 2016
- Quarter one - January through March, 2016
Year in review
Our accomplishments in 2015 contributed to building the best mid-sized city in North America by growing technological capacity, expanding active living options for residents and increasing access to the natural beauty that Kelowna is famous for.