The City of West Kelowna expresses its tremendous gratitude to the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia for committing $41 million under the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund for the construction of the new $49 million Rose Valley Water Treatment Plant.
Funding under the CWWF advances the construction of this project by more than five years. When completed it will provide safe, clean water to more than 18,000 residents, 300 businesses, seven schools, two arenas and an extended seniors care facility.
For more information on the Rose Valley Water Treatment Plant, please visit the project webpage.
2017 Infrastructure Projects
The City of West Kelowna is about to embark on its most ambitious infrastructure improvement schedule to date. Projects totalling more than $65 million will either begin or wrap up construction in 2017. Scheduled projects include (list is subject to change):
Rose Valley Water Treatment Plant - $49 million
With $41 million from the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia through the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund
Horizon Village Lift Station - $1.1 million
With $908,030 from the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia via the the Small Communities Fund
East Boundary Lift Station - $781,250
With $648,437 from the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia under the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund
Boucherie Road Wine Trail Phase 2 - $4.95 million
Includes roundabout at Hudson/Boucherie ($350,000)
East Boucherie Road water main replacement - $1.25 million
Shannon Lake Road Bridge replacement - $1.1 million
Road Rehabilitation Program - $1 million
Bridge Maintenance Program - $666,000
Westbank water storage upgrades - $630,000
Pedestrian Infrastructure Improvement Program - $600,000
Computer systems disaster recovery/redundancy - $400,000