Posted on Friday, October 01, 2021 02:02 PM
Seems that Central Okanagan dog owners are aligned with others around the world when it comes to naming their pets.
Our most recent survey of licensed dogs in the Central Okanagan found Bella and Charlie as the top two names for pooches!
That's similar to findings from a global survey of most popular dog names.
Posted on Friday, October 01, 2021 12:26 PM
A section of Trepanier Creek Greenway Regional Park is closed until the end of October.
The recreational trail closure is approximately 500 metres upstream from the Clements Road trailhead next to Peachland Elementary school and three kilometres downstream from the Trepanier Road trailhead near Highway 97-C.
The closure is required for watermain construction as part of the new Peachland Water Treatment plant project.
Until the work is completed, visitors will have an out and back...
Posted on Saturday, September 25, 2021 09:48 AM
It happens. Sometimes our dog-friends can't help themselves and accidentally escape from our homes or yards.
A license on your dog collar or harness is required for all dogs in the Central Okanagan under the Responsible Dog Ownership Bylaw to help speed and reunite dog owners with their pets.
If you've lost or found a dog - please contact RDCO Dog Control staff at our Regional pound at 890 Weddell Place in Kelowna (between Richter Street and Gordon Drive) - a license will help get everyone...
Posted on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 11:51 AM
North Westside Road residents within the Central Okanagan will have a longer window of opportunity to dispose of unwanted bulky items this fall.
The Bulky Item collection event is held twice a year, once in spring and again in fall, at the North Westside Road transfer station on Sugar Loaf Mountain Forest Service Road. This falls collection event has been extended an extra week to help residents in recovery mode after the White rock lake Wildfire.
- Wednesday, October 6 through...
Posted on Friday, September 17, 2021 01:52 PM
The Regional Waste Reduction Office is reminding residents-please do your part to keep your neighborhood safe by managing all things that attract wildlife around your home, including your household garbage.
Conservation Officers confirm this has been an extremely active bear season with higher than normal bear sightings and complaint calls, due partly to the wildfires across the region but also extreme drought conditions sending bears searching new locales for food. CO’s have received a much...