Public Information Session October 18 – Please share your thoughts!

The City is hosting this information session on walking and cycling in Kelowna, and is inviting you to stop by to share your thoughts. Please see the note below from Ron Matiussi and put it on your calendar!

Public Service Announcement

Residents and business owners are encouraged to drop by Orchard Park Shopping Centre on Saturday to share their thoughts about walking and cycling around Kelowna. The public information session runs Saturday, Oct. 18, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the mall.

Feedback from the information session will help inform a 20-year transportation master planning process to increase walking and cycling in our community.

Unable to attend the information session? All information and opportunities to provide feedback on walking and cycling in Kelowna are available online at

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One Reply to “Public Information Session October 18 – Please share your thoughts!”

  1. if you can’t go to the open house, there is a survey on the City of Kelowna webpage. It would be helpful if more of us do this survey.
    Thank you Michael.

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Waiver and Safety Rules

To view the content of the Kelowna Killer Beez website, you must read and agree to the following Waiver and Safety Rules that apply to all our rides. Compliance with these rules and the signing of an annual waiver is mandatory in order to participate in our group rides.

  • You are riding at your own risk!
  • All road rules and traffic signals must be followed.
  • A helmet must be worn. It’s the law.
  • You should have liability insurance to cover any potential accidents.
  • All participants must ride single file and in bike lanes where available.
  • Highly visible clothing should be worn at all times while riding.
  • Pass only on the left when it is safe to do so. Passing or pulling up to riders on their right is not permitted.
  • Use of headphones or cell phones while riding is not permitted.

By clicking “AGREE” you acknowledge that you ride at your own risk and comply with the safety rules.