Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route

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Work has wrapped on the identification of the location for the lake-to-lake cycling route and construction has been completed on Sections 3 and 4 in the downtown. The City is now working on the detailed design of Section 2 of the route to provide an estimate for consideration as part of the 2022 budget process. The draft detailed design is provided for your information. Additional communication and engagement activities will be conducted if Council supports proceeding with this next section. Information about construction and operation of the route can be found here.


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.

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. First you heard of this work? Check out our summary of engagement activities to see all of the different ways the City has involved the community to date.

Work has wrapped on the identification of the location for the lake-to-lake cycling route and construction has been completed on Sections 3 and 4 in the downtown. The City is now working on the detailed design of Section 2 of the route to provide an estimate for consideration as part of the 2022 budget process. The draft detailed design is provided for your information. Additional communication and engagement activities will be conducted if Council supports proceeding with this next section. Information about construction and operation of the route can be found here.


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.

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. First you heard of this work? Check out our summary of engagement activities to see all of the different ways the City has involved the community to date.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This form is for property owners, residents and businesses located along the proposed preferred route. The City would like to understand how you may be affected by the proposed location of the route. Please take a few minutes to review the materials and videos on this page to get up to speed on the project and then complete this form by October 18, 2020. The information gathered will be used to confirm the location of the route and will be considered in the detailed design if the project moves ahead. All completed forms will be entered in a draw for an e-bike to be awarded at the end of the project.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This form is for all residents and businesses who are not located along the proposed preferred route but would like to share feedback. Please take a few minutes to review the materials and videos on this page to get up to speed on the project and then complete this form by October 18, 2020. The information gathered will be used to confirm the location of the route and will be considered in the detailed design if the project moves ahead. All completed forms will be entered in a draw for an e-bike to be awarded at the end of the project.

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Page last updated: 18 Oct 2022, 10:12 AM