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Okanagan Mission Junior Middle School gets the Green Light

Okanagan Mission Junior Middle School gets the Green Light

NEWS RELEASE
https://news.gov.bc.ca/14560
Friday, March 31, 2017 11:30 AM

Kelowna – The Government of B.C. and the Central Okanagan School District have partnered to invest $36.1 million for a brand new Okanagan Mission Junior Middle school for students in the fast growing neighbourhood of Okanagan Mission.

MLA for Kelowna-Mission Steve Thomson and MLA for Kelowna-Lake Country Norm Letnick made the announcement today on behalf of Education Minister Mike Bernier with school district officials at 1211 Frost Road, the future site of the new school. Continue Reading

Two New Walking Trails offer amazing views

Two New Walking Trails offer amazing views

In July we posted that work had started on the remaining section of the walking trail at The Ponds Park and Playground. We are pleased to announce that the trail loop is now complete. To the north, this trail loop offers a spectacular view of the lake and to the south the beautiful slopes of… Continue Reading

New Addition to Ponds Park Trail Coming Soon

New Addition to Ponds Park Trail Coming Soon

Work has started on the connection of the trail around the playground at Ponds Park. On Monday, contractors began construction of additional path ways to connect existing trails together thereby filling in the missing puzzle pieces. Get your walking shoes ready and stay tuned for news on the opening. Continue Reading

What’s New at The Ponds?

What’s New at The Ponds?

June has been a flurry of activity at The Ponds. We have seen excavators, concrete trucks, stone slingers, landscapers, and lift truck operators working at the same time on the same project in a concerted effort. All of this so we could say… We are pleased to announce that Gordon Drive landscape is now complete.… Continue Reading

Housing builds momentum

Housing builds momentum

Wayne Moore – Jun 8, 2016 / 3:33 pm – original on Castanet Housing starts in the Central Okanagan are trending upward. Statistics released by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation indicate housing starts were trending at 2,020 units in May, compared with 1,887 the month before. The trend is a six-month moving average of… Continue Reading