Note: The September 17, 2016 City Hall Referendum resulted in a majority of the West Kelowna electorate voting "No" to borrowing up to $7.7 million for the construction of a new City Hall, part of the larger West Kelowna Civic Centre Project.
About the West Kelowna Civic Centre Project
The West Kelowna Civic Centre Project is a new multi-use development planned for Westbank Centre. The proposed development is the result of years of discussion, planning and public engagement about the community's desire for a centre of civic life.
If approved, it will include a new three-storey City Hall building, owned by the City of West Kelowna, a public square for community use, a commercial building and two residential buildings constructed and owned by the Strategic Development Group, a consortium of local investors.
The project will also include the renovation required to return the current temporary Municipal Hall at Mt. Boucherie to its intended use as a community centre for all residents’ use.
The City Hall includes above-ground parking and underground parking and is located near many existing amenities including the offices of other levels of government, the Westbank Library, the Westbank Transit Exchange and shopping opportunities.