The Most Ambitious Infrastructure Program in City History
We're growing fast and the demand for urban services has never been higher. From equipment purchases, park acquisitions and road and water upgrades to flood recovery efforts and adaptations to Climate Change, we're building a better West Kelowna, not only for the benefit of our community today, but for many generations to come!
The 2018 to 2027 Capital Plan contains an unprecedented $80 million worth of infrastructure projects for 2018, the City of West Kelowna's milestone 10th year of incorporation.
Some projects have carried over from 2017. Some will carry over into 2019 and possibly 2020.
The list of capital projects beginning in 2018 include:
Rose Valley Water Treatment Plant construction - $49 million, with carry over into 2019 and 2020, with 83% funding, or $41 million, covered by the Government of Canada and Province of British Columbia under the Clean Water and Waste Water Fund, thank you!
Miscellaneous park acquisitions - $4.2 million
Multi-use Dome - $3.11 million (plus a $667,000 donation from Westside Youth Soccer)
Boucherie Road Wine Trail Phase 2 including roundabouts at Hudson and Anders Roads - $2.5 million (plus carry over funds from 2017, see below, with majority of funding to come from Development Cost Charges)
Flood remediation works - $2.4 million
Two fire trucks - $1.3 million
Pedestrian improvements - $1.2 million (Council doubled this budget from $600,000)
Road rehabilitation - $1 million
Miscellaneous facility projects - $493,000
Information technology equipment - $440,447
Other fire department equipment - $327,200
Miscellaneous equipment and vehicles - $299,800
Municipal Hall AHU replacement - $275,000
Public Works Yard design - $250,000
Gellatly Powers Creek Bridge design - $150,000
Works to be undertaken this year that were previously approved by Council are:
Boucherie Road Wine Route Phase 2 Upgrade, Stuart to Ogden - $4.6 million (with majority of funding to come from Development Cost Charges)