Infrastructure projects

We're working to create vibrant urban centres, a balanced transportation network and an inclusive community. Infrastructure projects improve and maintain outdoor spaces, buildings, active transportation networks, utilities, roads and bridges. Navigate through the map below, or filter by project type, to find out what's happening in your community.

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Glenmore Recreation Park is a community level park in the north end of the city that will provide residents with recreation facilities.

Est. cost: $2 million
Est. start: Spring 2019
Est. end: Fall 2019

Full width asphalt resurfacing. Minor adjustment to pavement markings to widen bike lanes.

1.8 metre wide concrete sidewalk on the west side of Gordon Drive, from Clement Avenue to North of Laurel Avenue, approximately 250 meter

Est. cost: $140,000
Est. start: Fall 2018
Est. end: Spring 2019

Upgrading of the existing 350 mm sanitary forcemain that connects the Gyro Sanitary Lift Station to the Wastewater Treatment Facility for

Est. cost: $3.3 million
Est. start: Fall 2019
Est. end: Summer 2020

Full width repaving.

1.8 metre wide concrete sidewalk on the west side of Hollywood Road, from Hollydell Road to Highway 33, approximately 560 metres in lengt

Est. cost: $260,000
Est. start: Fall 2018
Est. end: Spring 2019

A routing study was completed in 2018 to determine the best route to connect the Houghton Road Active Transportation Corridor (ATC) to th

Phase 1 is an $86-million, three-year project that will separate the agricultural and domestic water systems in Southeast Kelowna.

Est. cost: $86 million
Est. start: Summer 2018
Est. end: 2021

Full width asphalt resurfacing with minor adjustment to pavement markings to widen the bike lanes.