The District of West Kelowna plans and implements strategic investments in infrastructure that will benefit the community for decades to come. Projects must be weighed carefully each year.
Council must balance infrastructure priorities, which include new projects and upgrades or replacement of aging equipment and systems, with the municipality's ability to pay, reasonable taxation levels and the need to build reserves.
Council has approved the following Capital Projects to proceed in 2014
Westlake Road Upgrade - $5.1 million (for construction), $6.2 million (total project cost including design, engineering, etc.) - in partnership with Government of Canada and Province of British Columbia
Council has also directed staff to proceed with the following planning and design projects, with any construction to be considered at a later time: