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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The Kelowna Museum Society and the City of Kelowna have partnered to develop a courtyard in the heart of the Cultural District, adjacent

Est. cost: $450,000
Est. start: December 2018
Est. end: End May 2019

Replacement of aging sanitary sewer services along Lawrence Avenue between Ethel Street and Gordon Drive.

 

Est. cost: $350,000
Est. start: Spring 2019
Est. end: Spring 2019

Completion of missing sidewalk across the frontage of car and truck dealership.

Est. cost: 50,000
Est. start: Summer 2019
Est. end: Fall 2019

This project will replace 800 metres of aging asbestos cement (AC) and vitrified clay (VIT) pipe with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe along

Est. cost: $1,250,000
Est. start: Winter 2019
Est. end: Spring 2020

1.5 metre wide concrete sidewalk on the south side of McClure Road, from Lakeshore Road to 559 McClure Road, approximately 310 metres in

Est. cost: $120,000
Est. start: Summer 2019
Est. end: Fall 2019

The Mission Recreation Park Softball Quadplex is Kelowna’s busiest sports field facility and is host to numerous programs, leagues and to

Est. cost: $400,000
Est. start: November 2018
Est. end: May 2019

The Morrison Avenue Lift Station is located on the north side of Morrison Avenue between Grenfell Road and Rhonda Crescent.

Est. cost: $600,000
Est. start: Spring 2019
Est. end: Summer 2019

Construction of concrete sidewalk on the east side of Richter Street

Est. cost: 75,000
Est. start: Summer 2019
Est. end: Fall 2019

Rowcliffe Park is a community level park located in a densely populated area of the City at the heart of Central Green.

Est. cost: $1.4 million
Est. start: November 2018
Est. end: May 2019

The City officially acquired Rutland Centennial Park in February 2015. The first 2 phases of the project, which included improvements to

Est. cost: $500,000
Est. start: February 2019
Est. end: May 2019