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Did you know that mice pee everywhere they go and use their pee as a highway to find their way around by using their sense of smell?  Mice also don't see very well.  One female mouse can give birth to 70 mice in one year.

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2.7 REGIONAL CONTEXT (page 20)
Fintry is located at the midpoint of Westside Road which serves a corridor of rural development lands situated between Okanagan Lake and upland provincial forest. There are 1,794 legal subdivided properties within the Westside Road Official Community Plan area extending from Bear Creek (Traders Cove) to Killiney Beach. The predominant pattern is half acre country residential development, with settlement areas at 7,000 sq. ft. residential lot sizes. Many of the lots have yet to be built upon, but are held as future housing sites. Population in the Westside Road plan area now stands at 2,400 residents.

The following development enclaves abut or are in the immediate vicinity of Fintry Park.

Fintry Delta South:
A 117 lot residential subdivision is situated on the southern portion of Fintry Delta.
Approximately 35 homes are built, half of the dwellings are summer and weekend residences, half are occupied year round.

Ridgeview (La Casa):
A 480 parcel subdivision is under construction and intended for mobile homes. (District Lots 3849 & 3850 at Westside Road, south of Fintry).
A 100 slip private moorage facility is proposed on the lakeshore.

DunWaters Subdivision (Upper Fintry):
A 185 lot subdivision abuts the southern boundary of Fintry Park, uphill from Westside Road (District Lot 2920).
Roads through the subdivision provide access to a Ministry of Transportation and Highways gravel pit situated south of Shorts Creek.

Shalal Road:
A 14 lot residential subdivision is encircled by Fintry Park along Shalal Road at Westside Road.
Shalal Road leads to a private easement road through Fintry Park, providing access to properties further upstream on Shorts Creek.

Valley of the Sun Subdivision (Firwood Road):
A 100+ residential lot subdivision is centered on Wood and Attenborough Roads, at the northern edge of the park site.
A rezoning application on District Lot 2923 (Kubas in front of Valley of the Sun) is being considered to permit a 13 parcel subdivision on seven existing lots located east of Westside Road, north of the park boundary.
A Land Use Contract (LUC 249) is in effect which would allow a lodge and 150 unit campsite resort to be built adjacent to the park’s northern boundary. (The south side or the La Casa side of Valley of the Sun)
Sites are designated within Valley of the Sun to provide for future community parks, a regional trail staging area, and a future community complex.
Roads within the subdivision provide access to six private gravel pit sites and to Tree Farm License 49A which is situated within Provincial Forest land abutting the park’s western boundary.

Attenborough Road:
Attenborough Road provides public access through Fintry Park from Valley of the Sun to upland private properties and to Crown Lands. The last upland parcel is owned by Nature Trust and leased to BC Environment, Wildlife Branch, for Bighorn Sheep winter range.
Attenborough Road provides access to a private gravel pit within District Lots 4023 and 4690, and possible alternate access to Tree Farm License 49A.

Source (page 21)
http://www.llbc.leg.bc.ca/public/PubDocs/bcdocs/328365/mgmtplns_fintry.pdf

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Photos and story of a trip along Westside Road

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Canada Post responds
Vernon Morning Star - July 18, 2008

Some Canada Post customers, especially in rural Canada, have expressed some concern with the fact that they have been asked to provide photo identification when picking up items at the post office.

We have reviewed our policy and have come up with a compromise that we believe strikes a reasonable balance between convenience and our obligation to protect our customers from identity theft and fraud.

Where a customer is picking up mail for which no signature is required and is known to the person in the post office, no ID will be required.

In cases where someone else is picking up a parcel for a third party, they would only have to show ID bearing the same address as the addressee.

The change will be in effect by the end of June.

Canada Post's customer identification policy is intended to fight identity theft and help protect Canadians from mail fraud.

Canada Post works with local, provincial and federal law-enforcement agencies in the prevention of identity theft and assists with investigations.

Public Safety Canada has identified identity theft as one of the fastest growing crimes in Canada and the U.S.A.

Identity thieves steal your name, social insurance number, credit cards and other key pieces of personal information — information that can be found in your mail — with the intent of committing crimes.

Canada Post's customer identification policy is consistent with our competitors' best practices, and in some instances less onerous.

This response to feedback from customers and employees will allow for more flexibility in relation to pick-up items that do not require a signature.

That said, customers picking up items at the post office should always come prepared with valid government issued photo identification – they can't always be certain the person serving them will be a personal acquaintance.

John Caines,
National Media Relations,
Canada Post

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Central Okanagan West discussion to contribute $1,075 for new Kelowna bridge opening. (on page 2) March 6, 2008

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Snowpack highest in a decade
By Richard Rolke - Vernon Morning Star - April 06, 2008

Steady snowfall in the hills should provide enough water for Greater Vernon residents this summer.

At the end of March, snowpack readings on the Aberdeen plateau were 12 per cent above average.

“It’s the highest snowpack we’ve had in the last 10 years,” said Al Cotsworth, water utility manager for the Greater Vernon Services Committee.

As a result, Cotsworth isn’t forecasting a shortage of water this summer.

“It’s unlikely we will go to additional water restrictions. We will likely just keep with the odd-even restrictions,” he said.

Year-round restrictions require odd-numbered addresses to water on odd-numbered days, and even-numbered addresses to irrigate on even-numbered days.

But while conditions look good, a dry spring and summer could still place pressure on the utility.

“No matter what happens, people should follow the odd-even restrictions and think about how they are using water,” said Cotsworth.

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Pictures of auger hole going under Westside Road at Valley of the Sun Jan 2008.

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Killiney Beach Photos from 1944-1949 by D studybaker

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Population of Central Okanagan West 8,018 - 2006 census

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2099 eligible electors in the North Westside, from Westshore Estates to LaCasa.

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Okanagan-Westside Electoral District Map

Rick Thorpe MLA Okanagan-Westside

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Just 16 per cent of the Westside voted during the last municipal elections for their three Westside directors.

Source Kelowna Capital News April 1, 2007

Election November 2007 for Director of Central Okanagan West saw Only 598 voters out of approximately 7,449 eligible to vote.

Source RDCO

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“Many names in the Fintry area have changed over the years. Shorts’ Creek, for example, was named Riviere a la Biche (“Doe Creek”) by the fur traders; later as Elk River; during the tenure of Thomas Shorts the name became first Fall Creek and then Jubilee Creek; later people called it Shorts’ Creek after him, and in 1930 that name was officially given to it by the Geographical Board of Canada. What is now officially known as Terrace Mountain was long called Shorts’ Mountain; the mountain to the south of the creek, known as Zion Mountain, has no official name on the maps. The delta property has been known as Sinkohotem Fall Creek Ranch, Shorts’ Point Ranch, and Fintry.”

http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/planning/mgmtplns/fintry/fintry.pdf

Adopted 9 July 1963 as a long-established local name.
Source: BC place name cards, or correspondence to/from BC's Chief Geographer or BC Geographical Names Office

Shorts Point Post Office opened 1 May 1905, Thomas A. Dundas postmaster. Name changed to Ewings Landing Post Office 1 December 1907.
Source: BC place name cards, or correspondence to/from BC's Chief Geographer or BC Geographical Names Office

After Robert Leckie Ewing, resident here since the 1900's. This was one time called Morden's Landing. Ewing took over the [post office] from E.C. Chamney May 1, 1908 and still holds it. (12th Report of the Okanagan Historical Society, 1948)
Source: included with note

Regional District of Central Okanagan Info and Statistics
click on (INFO) when you get there

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Stop Computer Landfill

Briteland in Vernon will take your old computer.

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Photos and history of the White Elephant gold mine.

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Killiney Beach Park Questionaire by Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO) to be printed out and faxed or mailed in to RDCO by August 25, 2006
http://www.regionaldistrict.com/docs/parks/KillineyBeachParkQuestionnaire.pdf

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North Westside Community Park Questionaire by Central Okanagan Regional District (RDCO) to be faxed or mailed in to RDCO by August 25, 2006
http://www.regionaldistrict.com/docs/parks/NWCommunityParkQuestionnaire.pdf

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On June 28, 2005 an 80 meter section of Westside Road slid into Okanagan Lake which prompted acceleration on the Westside Road re-alignment project.

Westside Road slow to 40 Km/h corner north of LaCasa Lakeside Cottage Resort Looking North

Westside Road BC Slow to 40 Km/h Corner South of
Fintry Provincial Park.  This is the Last Priority#16, of the Westside Road re-alignment (photo above).

Providing the weather cooperates, the paving will be done to complete the "Corner of Doom" project in time for the Canada Day long weekend.

Notice Open Range Livestock at Large Sign on Okanagan Indian Band Territory
Watch for Livestock and Deer on
Westside Road in BC

 

Winding Highway Sign
Winding Highway Sign on
Westside Road in BC

  Priority 16 sign on Westside Road, Kelowna, BC
Westside Road Re-alignment Last Priority #16 Sign

Government and Community Working Together
In Partnership

or

 

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Westshore Estates Children Playground Application

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March 6, 2006 Westside Issues Committee Meeting Minutes
North Westside Communities Association

The Association had two items to discuss with the Committee

  1. Parks - John Leesing addressed the Committee and noted that there was a desire in the Community to create a Children's playground, which would be in the name of the Communities Association.  However, a capital contribution in the amount of $10,000.00 is requested from the Regional District.  In addition, as well as operating funds for the playground ($2,000), the community felt that $35,000 needed to be spent on Killiney Beach Park.

  1. Fire Chief - Jim E. addressed the Committee and stressed the community's desire for a full time fire chief.  He noted that in their view, the budget could handle the additional costs.

Community representatives meet with the CAO to develop a process which involves the community in reviewing the need for a Fire Chief and eventually leading to a report to the Regional District Board.

regionaldistrict.com/docs/boards_committees/wic/mins/2006/wic_06_03_06min.pdf

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Feb 20, 2006 Westside Issues Committee Meeting Minutes
North Westside Fire - Fire Chief

A copy of a letter addressed to the North Westside Fire Chief for the North Westside area was reviewed by the Committee.  The Committee made note of the call outs by the Fire Department for the first 9 months of 2006. (This doesn't make sense, they must mean 2005 and not 2006.)

The Community Association be asked to give a presentation to the WIC Committee.

regionaldistrict.com/docs/boards_committees/wic/mins/2006/wic_06_02_20min.pdf

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Feb 3, 2006 Westside Issues Committee Meeting Minutes
North Westside Communities Association

The Committee reviewed a letter from the Communities Association requesting a greater share of the Westside Parks budget be designated to the North Westside.

The letter requested that 50% of the annual requisition be so designated.  The Committee was advised that Parks staff were scheduled to meet with the Association in the near future.

The letter from the North Westside Communities Association dated January 25, 2006 be received.

regionaldistrict.com/docs/boards_committees/wic/mins/2006/wic_06_02_03min.pdf

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Regional District of Central Okanagan Regular Board Meeting Minutes – October 29, 2007 (Pg. 16)
10. OTHER BUSINESS
10.1 Director Items (verbal)
b) Television reception in rural areas (CHBC)
Director Hanson requested support for a request to CHBC to provide their television signal via satellite in order that rural areas such as Joe Rich can receive the channel.
It was noted that Peachland receives CHBC television through Communications Society.
#433/07 HANSON/SHEPHERD
THAT a letter be forwarded to local television station CHBC requesting the company consider putting their television signal on satellite in order that rural areas such as residents of Joe Rich could receive the station.
CARRIED

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Subdivision and Road Maps

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Westshore Estates Subdivision Rules Document

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BC Assessment by address

http: Estimate Your Rural Property Taxes
http: individuals/Property_Taxes/Rural_Property_Tax/Tax_rates/tax_rates.htm

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Taxation (Rural Area) Act
Power to remit or reduce taxes
26 The minister may, at any time after the mailing of the taxation notices for that year, with or without notice, receive a petition from a taxpayer who declares himself or herself, from sickness or extreme poverty, unable to pay the taxes levied against him or her, and may remit or reduce the taxes due by the petitioner or reject the petition.

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Jan 30, 2006 Amend the North Westside Official Community Plan (Proposed changes for better stream management).  A public hearing will be held.

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This land was sold for $550.00 in 1947 with a down payment of $171.85, and payments of $25.00 per month. 5% interest.  Either this is Valley of the Sun or Westshore Estates subdivision, I can't remember for sure, and it doesn't say, but I think it is for Valley of the Sun.

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Valley of the Sun (Firwood Estates)

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What the Westside Governance Study Questionaire Looked Like

Page 1  |  Page 2

Westside Residents ask for more information about Governance from the Province

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City of Kelowna residents pay $50.00 per year for city water.

See:
Water Service Parcel Tax Bylaw No. 8923 (.pdf) (2005-08-29)

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New Water Rates (very bottom left, small print, on page 43)
"Add Pumps at Lakeshore, Killarney, and Udell stations" it says.

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Ewings Estate Zoning Amendment Application Jan 18, 2005

http: agendas/2005-01-24/item 6.3a zoning amend bylaw 871-97.pdf

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Estamont Beach Water Users ENGINEERING COMMITTEE Minutes of February 6, 2003 Page 7 5. (i) Other Business

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Westshore Estates Water Rates (very bottom left, small print, on page 45 "operating costs increased slightly")

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Killiney Beach Specified Area Establishment and Loan Authorization Bylaw No. 84, 1974 - Repealed By No. 310

Killiney Beach Community Temporary Borrowing Bylaw No. 186, 1979

Killiney Beach Water Regulation and Management Bylaw No. 252, 1983

Killiney Beach Water System Amending Bylaw No. 1035, 2003 - Amends Bylaw 434 Killiney Beach Water System Local Service Establishment Bylaw No. 434, 1990 - Amended By Bylaw No. 1035

Killiney Beach Water System Specified Area Establishment & Loan Authorization Bylaw No. 229, 1982

Killiney Beach Water System Specified Area Parcel Tax Bylaw No. 249, 1983

Killiney Beach Water System Temporary Borrowing Bylaw No. 234, 1982

Killiney Beach Water System User Rates Bylaw No. 250, 1982 - Amended By Bylaw No. 362 & 447

Killiney Beach Water System User Rates Amending Bylaw No. 447, 1990 - Amends Bylaw No. 352

Killiney Beach Water System User Rates Amending Bylaw No. 362, 1988 - Amends Bylaw No. 250

March 20 to March 24 2006 there are water supply interruptions due to an equipment upgrade in the pump house at Killiney Beach Water System.

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Consolidated Water System Bylaw 1108.pdf

Water Systems Amending Bylaw No. 1142, 2005 - Amends Bylaw No. 1108

Water Systems Amending Bylaw No. 1121, 2005 - Amends Bylaw No. 1108

Water Systems Amending Bylaw No. 1119, 2005 - Amends Bylaw No. 1108

Water Systems Bylaw No. 1108, 2005 - Repeals Bylaw Nos. 614 and 664, Amended by Bylaw Nos. 1119, 1121

Water Systems Regulation and Management Amendment Bylaw No. 1054, 2004, - Amends Bylaw No. 614

Water Systems Regulation and Management Bylaw No. 614, 1994 - Repeals & Replaces Bylaw No. 437 & 252 - Repealed by Bylaw No. 1108

Water Utility and Maintenance Fee Amendment Bylaw No 843, 1999 - Amends Bylaw No. 734 - Amended By Bylaw No. 999

Water Utility User And Maintenance Fee Amending Bylaw No. 734, 1997 - Amends Bylaw No 664 & 709 Amended By 843, Amended By Bylaw No. 989

Water Utility User and Maintenance Fee Amending Bylaw No. 709, 1997 - Amended Bylaw No. 664 & Amended By Nos. 734 & 989

Water Utility and Maintenance Fee Amendment Bylaw No. 989, 2002 - Amends Bylaws No. 664, 709, 734, 843

Water Utility and Maintenance Fee Amendment Bylaw No. 1003, 2003 - Amends Bylaw No. 664

Water Utility and Maintenance Fee Amendment Bylaw No. 1062, 2004, Amends Bylaw No. 664

Water Utility User and Maintenance Fee Bylaw No. 664, 1996 - Repeals & Replaces No. 615, Amended By No. 709, 734, 843, 989, 1003, & 1062 - Repealed by Bylaw No. 1108

Water Utility User Rates Bylaw No. 615, 1994 - Repeals Bylaw Nos. 250, 350, 362, 438, 447 & 498 - Repealed By Bylaw No. 664
 

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North Westside Communities Association

Land and Water BC decision on application for Westshore Estates Playground on crown land

(April 16, 2003 Westside Issues Committee)
That staff be directed to work with the North Westside Communities Association to determine the best way to secure ongoing funding for the maintenance and up keep of the North Westside Community Hall.

That a grant in aid for $325.00 be supported for the North Westside Ratepayers Association to cover the increase in rent being charged them by the North Westside Communities Association for the rental of the community hall.

http: agendas/2004-04-19/item 9.2 westside issues committee april 16.pdf

Newspaper ad regarding Westshore Estates Playground

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North Westside Fire Rescue

Bulletin board notice about Referendum

Oct 2, 2002 Presentation to government to charge Provincial Park visitors who camp in the parks, to help pay for fire equipment (Page 1029)
http: April 8, 2002 North Westside Road Volunteer Fire Department $1,200.00 grant-in-aid for office equipment.
docs/boards_committees/rpts/2002/apr_8_02.pdf

North Westside purchase of a snuffer truck (page 8)
docs/boards_committees/mins/2004/04_07_26brdmin.pdf

Local Government Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
Part 15 – Specific Regional District Service Powers
Division 3 — Fire Protection
Special fire protection powers
http: Fire Department Operative Bylaw No. 414, 1990

Fire Department Operative Amendment Bylaw No. 1067, 2004 - Amends Bylaw 414

Fire Prevention and Regulations Bylaw No. 1066, 2004.

Fire Prevention Services Establishment Bylaw No. 1065, 2004 - Amends 404, 416, 418, 548, 1021, 1044, 1058.

Westside Fire Protection Service Area Establishment Bylaw No. 1151, 2006

North Westside Road Fire Protection and Loan Authorization Bylaw No. 310 - Repeals No. 84

North Westside Road Fire Protection Local Service Area Establishment and Expansion Bylaw No. 548, 1993 - Converts Bylaw No. 310 - Amended By Bylaw No. 899, 908 & 1126

North Westside Road Fire Protection Local Service Area Establishment and Expansion Amendment Bylaw No. 899, 2000 - Amends Bylaw No. 548

North Westside Road Fire Protection Service Area Amendment Bylaw No. 908, 2000 - Amends Bylaw No. 548

North Westside Road Fire Protection Service Area Amendment Bylaw No. 1126, 2005 - Amends Bylaw No. 548

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North Westside Ratepayers Association

Dissolution of Organization March 2006 Bulletin

Meetings are every first Thursday of the month at the Killiney Beach Community Hall or Annex at 7:00 P.M.

2005 North Westside Ratepayers gives generous donation of $1000.00 to pay for an interpretive sign regarding the waterfalls and the water system at Fintry Provincial Park. (Page 3 and 4) http: (LAC) Local Advisory Committee, Storm Water Quality Addendum to Liquid Waste Management Plan Stage 1 Report (page 71)
North Westside Neighbourhood Association (page 47)
North Westside Ratepayers Association (page 37, 71)
Area 'G' drainage policies (page 12)
docs/engineering/rep stage 1 final october 14 2003.pdf

April 19, 2004 Board Meeting highlights Grant-in-aid to North Westside Ratepayers
docs/boards_committees/rpts/2004/04_04_19brdrpt.pdf

April 19, 2004 North Westside Ratepayers Association to cover the increase in rent being charged by the North Westside Community Association
docs/boards_committees/mins/2004/04_04_19brdmin.pdf

April 2, 2004 Ratepayers rental of community hall support
docs/boards_committees/agnd/2004 agendas/2004-04-19/item 9.2 westside issues committee april 16.pdf

February 12, 2004 letter from Ratepayers Association regarding Killiney Beach Community Hall increase in rent   docs/boards_committees/wic/mins/2004/wic_04_02_16min.pdf

Jan 12, 2004 Dock Licence Fees (page 14)
docs/boards_committees/mins/2004/04_01_12brdmin.pdf

Dec 15, 2003 Lease fees for docks
docs/boards_committees/wic/mins/2003/wic_03_12_15.pdf

April 16, 2003 Ratepayers rent at the Killiney Beach community hall
docs/boards_committees/agnd/2004 agendas/2004-04-19/item 9.2 westside issues committee april 16.pdf

April 8, 2002 North Westside Road Ratepayers Association $750.00 for research. RDCO says this research was to offset insurance costs
docs/boards_committees/rpts/2002/apr_8_02.pdf

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RDCO Noise Bylaw #403
Regulates or prohibits the making or causing of noises or sounds in or on a highway or elsewhere in the Regional District which disturb or tend to disturb the quiet, peace, rest, enjoyment, comfort or convenience of the neighbourhood, or of any persons in the vicinity.
For Barking Dogs contact DOG CONTROL at 860-9322.

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Regional District of Central Okanagan             
1450 KLO Road
Kelowna, B.C., V1W-3Z4

Growth Management Strategy Bylaw No. 851, 1999

Westside Issues Commitee

Westside Regional Directors 2005 - 2008

Jan 12, 2004 Change of Name for the Westside (page 6)
docs/boards_committees/mins/2004/04_01_12brdmin.pdf

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
Part 21 — Building Regulations
Division 1 — Building Code and Other Building Regulations
Provincial building code and regulations

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Valley of the Sun Lot #146, District Lot 2922, Plan 20608, ODYD, Land Use Contract #249
Allowed Uses

  • one lodge building

  • one washroom building

  • one sani-station

  • recreational accommodation

  • tents

  • tent trailers

  • travel trailers

  • motor homes

  • vans

  • campers

  • recreational vehicles

Max. number of units allowed: 150 Campsites

Bylaw No. 871.pdf

District Lot # Map

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North Westside Grants-In-Aid

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