Tips for keeping our wildlife wild and our communities safe.
Take a look at the Living Greener Calendar, your guide to curbside collection of garbage, recycling and yard waste including calendars, accepted materials lists and where to take unaccepted materials.
Aside from the business and social networking benefits, community, neighbourhood or residents' associations provide people with a forum to discuss current and ongoing issues, in a familiar setting.
Take this kids to a playground, go on a stroll in the woods, grow veggies in a community garden or toss a ball with your child or a friend at a local sport field.
Find out more about snow and ice control, how winter roads maintenance is prioritized, when streets will be swept in the spring and how West Kelowna addresses potholes and crack sealing.
With each snowfall, it is a challenge for many residents to keep their sidewalks clear of snow and ice. The City’s Snow Star Program encourages residents to lend a helping hand to those who may be unable to clear snow and ice from sidewalks.
Restrictions are typically placed on water use, particularly in the drier summer months, when demand hits its peak,