Lake-to-Lake Cycling Route

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Work is underway 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.

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 is underway 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.

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.


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  • Downtown Section

    3 months ago
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    The City is looking for more involvement from residents and businesses in the downtown to help identify the preferred route in this section. With the information collected so far, we have narrowed down the five options to two - 4B (Winnipeg St.) and 4C (Martin St.) The City is having two public meetings to discuss this further. In the mean time, please feel free to discuss it here. 

    The City is looking for more involvement from residents and businesses in the downtown to help identify the preferred route in this section. With the information collected so far, we have narrowed down the five options to two - 4B (Winnipeg St.) and 4C (Martin St.) The City is having two public meetings to discuss this further. In the mean time, please feel free to discuss it here. 

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