Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route

Work is starting on a plan for a lake-to-lake cycling route. The need for a safe and convenient cycling route through the city and connecting the Okanagan and Skaha lakes was first identified in the 2012 Cycling Plan Update and reaffirmed in the draft of the 2019 Official Community Plan.

The City hired CTQ Consultants and Drdul Community Transportation Planning to complete the plan. The consultants will work with affected residents, businesses and the community-at-large to review the options for the route based on the preliminary concept in the 2012 Cycling Plan Update and determine a recommendation.

Residents and businesses in affected areas along the route will have opportunities to get involved as will the community at large. The City is planning mailouts, a survey, and open houses to involve the community in the development of the plan. Information will be shared through the City’s shapeyourcitypenticton.ca website and anyone wanting to participate is encouraged to register on the site to receive information about the process directly.

FEEDBACK ON THE ROUTE OPTIONS? FEEDBACK FORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE. YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO REVIEW THE DISPLAY MATERIAL AND ATTEND THE OPEN HOUSES BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORMS.

Work is starting on a plan for a lake-to-lake cycling route. The need for a safe and convenient cycling route through the city and connecting the Okanagan and Skaha lakes was first identified in the 2012 Cycling Plan Update and reaffirmed in the draft of the 2019 Official Community Plan.

The City hired CTQ Consultants and Drdul Community Transportation Planning to complete the plan. The consultants will work with affected residents, businesses and the community-at-large to review the options for the route based on the preliminary concept in the 2012 Cycling Plan Update and determine a recommendation.

Residents and businesses in affected areas along the route will have opportunities to get involved as will the community at large. The City is planning mailouts, a survey, and open houses to involve the community in the development of the plan. Information will be shared through the City’s shapeyourcitypenticton.ca website and anyone wanting to participate is encouraged to register on the site to receive information about the process directly.

FEEDBACK ON THE ROUTE OPTIONS? FEEDBACK FORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE. YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO REVIEW THE DISPLAY MATERIAL AND ATTEND THE OPEN HOUSES BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORMS.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This feedback form was prepared by CTQ Consultants who are assisting the City with the identification of the Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route. The intent of the form is to capture feedback at the end of the open houses. Please review the display material before completing the form.

    This form is directed at the PUBLIC THAT IS NOT ON AN AFFECTED STREET, but may be a cyclist or has community-wide interest in a lake-to-lake bicycle route. Once you have had the opportunity to learn about the preliminary outcomes of the Lake-to-Lake Study, you can help us achieve an All Ages and Abilities

    This feedback form was prepared by CTQ Consultants who are assisting the City with the identification of the Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route. The intent of the form is to capture feedback at the end of the open houses. Please review the display material before completing the form.

    This form is directed at the PUBLIC THAT IS NOT ON AN AFFECTED STREET, but may be a cyclist or has community-wide interest in a lake-to-lake bicycle route. Once you have had the opportunity to learn about the preliminary outcomes of the Lake-to-Lake Study, you can help us achieve an All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Route that will serve as the spine of the bicycle system by offering your insight to the options suggested by the Consultants. Your opinions are critical in defining the chosen route and facilities in your neighbourhood, and they will be included along with feedback received from City Staff, and an Advisory Group of experts and key stakeholders.

    Before you start putting your “X” in the boxes, please take advantage of the following:

    • Read the display boards to understand the facilities and route options
    • View the maps, especially those that affect your street
    • Attend the Open House and talk to the consultants and city staff
    • Feel free to ask questions and get clarification on the intent of the AAA route and potential roadway changes

    In appreciation for completing this feedback form, you will be entered in a draw for an e-bike to be presented at the end of the lake-to-lake route engagement process.

    Take Survey
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This feedback form was prepared by CTQ Consultants who are assisting the City with the identification of the Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route. The intent of the form is to capture feedback at the end of the open houses. Please review the display material before completing the form.

    This form is directed at RESIDENTS whose homes are located along a street that may be affected by the proposed route. Once you have had the opportunity to learn about the preliminary outcomes of the Lake-to-Lake Study, you can help us achieve an All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Route that will serve as the

    This feedback form was prepared by CTQ Consultants who are assisting the City with the identification of the Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route. The intent of the form is to capture feedback at the end of the open houses. Please review the display material before completing the form.

    This form is directed at RESIDENTS whose homes are located along a street that may be affected by the proposed route. Once you have had the opportunity to learn about the preliminary outcomes of the Lake-to-Lake Study, you can help us achieve an All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Route that will serve as the spine of the bicycle system by offering your insight to the options suggested by the Consultants. Your opinions are critical in defining the chosen route and facilities in your neighbourhood, and they will be included along with feedback received from City Staff, and an Advisory Group of experts and key stakeholders. Before you start putting your “X” in the boxes, please take advantage of the following:

    • Read the display boards to understand the facilities and route options
    • View the maps, especially those that affect your street
    • Attend the Open House and talk to the consultants and City staff
    • Feel free to ask questions and get clarification on the intent of the AAA route and potential roadway changes
    • Confirm which section includes your affected street, and complete the survey accordingly

    In appreciation for completing this feedback form, you will be entered in a draw for an e-bike to be presented at the end of the lake-to-lake route engagement process.

    Take Survey
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This feedback form was prepared by CTQ Consultants who are assisting the City with the identification of the Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route. The intent of the form is to capture feedback at the end of the open houses. Please review the display material before completing the form.

    This form is directed at COMMERCIAL PROPERTY owners/merchants located along a street that may be affected by the proposed route. Once you have had the opportunity to learn about the preliminary outcomes of the Lake-to-Lake Study, you can help us achieve an All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Route that will serve as the spine

    This feedback form was prepared by CTQ Consultants who are assisting the City with the identification of the Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route. The intent of the form is to capture feedback at the end of the open houses. Please review the display material before completing the form.

    This form is directed at COMMERCIAL PROPERTY owners/merchants located along a street that may be affected by the proposed route. Once you have had the opportunity to learn about the preliminary outcomes of the Lake-to-Lake Study, you can help us achieve an All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Route that will serve as the spine of the bicycle system by offering your insight to the options suggested by the Consultants. Your opinions are critical in defining the chosen route and facilities in your neighbourhood, and they will be included along with feedback received from City Staff, and an Advisory Group of experts and key stakeholders. Before you start putting your “X” in the boxes, please take advantage of the following:

    • Read the display boards to understand the facilities and route options
    • View the maps, especially those that affect your street
    • Attend the Open House and talk to the consultants and City staff
    • Feel free to ask questions and get clarification on the intent of the AAA route and potential roadway changes
    • Confirm which section includes your affected street, and complete the survey accordingly

    In appreciation for completing this feedback form, you will be entered in a draw for an e-bike to be presented at the end of the lake-to-lake route engagement process.

    Take Survey
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Planning is getting underway for a lake-to-lake cycling route. This route will make cycling through the city safer and more convenient for people of all ages and abilities and supports active living and alternate forms of transportation. The City would like to understand your views before work to identify and design the route begins. Please take a few moments to review the display materials and complete this questionnaire before September 21, 2019. 

    All completed questionnaires from this and future engagement activities will be entered in a draw for an e-bike to be awarded at the end of the process.

    Planning is getting underway for a lake-to-lake cycling route. This route will make cycling through the city safer and more convenient for people of all ages and abilities and supports active living and alternate forms of transportation. The City would like to understand your views before work to identify and design the route begins. Please take a few moments to review the display materials and complete this questionnaire before September 21, 2019. 

    All completed questionnaires from this and future engagement activities will be entered in a draw for an e-bike to be awarded at the end of the process.

    Take Survey