The community is being asked to participate in a unique online survey that will allow them to select design elements for three parks improvements that the District of West Kelowna will complete later this year.
The survey is available via a link on municipality’s homepage at districtofwestkelowna.ca under Events & Meetings. The public has the opportunity to select from a list of proposed amenities for each park but, there’s a catch.
Each item has a price associated with it. So participants will need to prioritize what elements they’d like to see in each park in order to stay within the municipality’s available budget.
The District of West Kelowna is planning improvements to the aging Springer Park as part of ongoing efforts to revitalize the Westbank Centre. In keeping with the new Waterfront Plan, which was adopted in October, Paddlewheeler Park on Pritchard Drive and Osprey Park on Green Bay Road are being upgraded this year. Both parks are currently undeveloped lake accesses.