Heritage Conservation Areas

Consultation has concluded

The City has been working on a new Official Community Plan to set the direction for growth and development in Penticton for the next 25 years. Work on the plan kicked off in 2016 and residents have been heavily involved throughout the process. Through this work, K Streets and Windsor Avenue were identified as having special historical significance and character that could be protected and celebrated through the plan. The City is exploring the creation of Heritage Conservation Areas and special design guidelines to ensure that major renovations and new homes respect the heritage qualities of these neighbourhoods. Because of the potential impact on homeowners in these areas, the City is conducting a special consultation process to hear from these residents. Watch this page to see the information available and find the opportunities to get involved. For more information on the Official Community Plan, go to the main OCP project page on shapeyourcitypenticton.ca.

The City has been working on a new Official Community Plan to set the direction for growth and development in Penticton for the next 25 years. Work on the plan kicked off in 2016 and residents have been heavily involved throughout the process. Through this work, K Streets and Windsor Avenue were identified as having special historical significance and character that could be protected and celebrated through the plan. The City is exploring the creation of Heritage Conservation Areas and special design guidelines to ensure that major renovations and new homes respect the heritage qualities of these neighbourhoods. Because of the potential impact on homeowners in these areas, the City is conducting a special consultation process to hear from these residents. Watch this page to see the information available and find the opportunities to get involved. For more information on the Official Community Plan, go to the main OCP project page on shapeyourcitypenticton.ca.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City has been working on a new Official Community Plan to set the direction for growth and development in Penticton for the next 25 years. Through this work, the ‘K Streets’ and Windsor Avenue were identified by residents as having special historical significance and character that could be protected and celebrated through the plan. The City is exploring the idea of creating Heritage Conservation Areas to ensure that extensive renovations and new homes respect the historical qualities of these neighbourhoods. The City wants to hear from residents of these neighborhoods and non-residents. Please review the information about the proposal

    The City has been working on a new Official Community Plan to set the direction for growth and development in Penticton for the next 25 years. Through this work, the ‘K Streets’ and Windsor Avenue were identified by residents as having special historical significance and character that could be protected and celebrated through the plan. The City is exploring the idea of creating Heritage Conservation Areas to ensure that extensive renovations and new homes respect the historical qualities of these neighbourhoods. The City wants to hear from residents of these neighborhoods and non-residents. Please review the information about the proposal and complete this form prior to Feb. 15.

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City has been working on a new Official Community Plan to set the direction for growth and development in Penticton for the next 25 years. Through this work, the ‘K Streets’ and Windsor Avenue were identified by residents as having special historical significance and character that could be protected and celebrated through the plan. The City is exploring the idea of creating Heritage Conservation Areas to ensure that extensive renovations and new homes respect the historical qualities of these neighbourhoods. The City wants to hear from residents of these neighborhoods and non-residents. Please review the information about the proposal

    The City has been working on a new Official Community Plan to set the direction for growth and development in Penticton for the next 25 years. Through this work, the ‘K Streets’ and Windsor Avenue were identified by residents as having special historical significance and character that could be protected and celebrated through the plan. The City is exploring the idea of creating Heritage Conservation Areas to ensure that extensive renovations and new homes respect the historical qualities of these neighbourhoods. The City wants to hear from residents of these neighborhoods and non-residents. Please review the information about the proposal and complete this form prior to Feb. 15.

    Consultation has concluded