Our Infrastructure Challenge

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Like other communities across Canada, Penticton is facing the challenge of funding the rising costs of aging infrastructure.The amount of money Penticton needs to fix or replace our roads, parks, buildings and storm system is estimated to be $175 million and growing.

Moving forward, we will have some difficult decisions to make about our services and facilities. It is important that all citizens understand the issues, share ideas, get involved in key decisions and support the final plan.

Be part of the solution

Watch a Video to learn about the problem and go to Suggest Ideas and Complete a Survey to share your thoughts.

More information and activities will be added as they are available. Be sure to sign up to receive updates with the Stay Informed tool.

Like other communities across Canada, Penticton is facing the challenge of funding the rising costs of aging infrastructure.The amount of money Penticton needs to fix or replace our roads, parks, buildings and storm system is estimated to be $175 million and growing.

Moving forward, we will have some difficult decisions to make about our services and facilities. It is important that all citizens understand the issues, share ideas, get involved in key decisions and support the final plan.

Be part of the solution

Watch a Video to learn about the problem and go to Suggest Ideas and Complete a Survey to share your thoughts.

More information and activities will be added as they are available. Be sure to sign up to receive updates with the Stay Informed tool.

Consultation has concluded
  • Our Infrastructure Challenge "Ideas to fund the deficit" Open House Content Now Available

    over 1 year ago

    Stop $1 leases, reduce road maintenance, consolidate City facilities, and revise incentives for business – these are just some of the ideas to address the infrastructure deficit suggested by the community through engagement activities over the past several weeks. More information about these and other ideas will be discussed at the City’s Infrastructure Challenge open houses on Nov. 24 and 26 and future engagement activities. Look at the materials and then compete a survey to share your feedback on the options.

    Stop $1 leases, reduce road maintenance, consolidate City facilities, and revise incentives for business – these are just some of the ideas to address the infrastructure deficit suggested by the community through engagement activities over the past several weeks. More information about these and other ideas will be discussed at the City’s Infrastructure Challenge open houses on Nov. 24 and 26 and future engagement activities. Look at the materials and then compete a survey to share your feedback on the options.

  • Open Houses scheduled for Nov. 24 and 26

    over 1 year ago

    Open Houses for the next phase of the infrastructure challenge are now scheduled and can be found in the Key Dates. The report that was shared at the Nov. 1 Council Meeting has also been published in Key Documents. Here you will find the 110 unique ideas that were submitted through this website as well as at the community engagement sessions.

    Open Houses for the next phase of the infrastructure challenge are now scheduled and can be found in the Key Dates. The report that was shared at the Nov. 1 Council Meeting has also been published in Key Documents. Here you will find the 110 unique ideas that were submitted through this website as well as at the community engagement sessions.

  • Watch for more dates to get involved coming soon.

    over 1 year ago

    Staff members are compiling all of the feedback shared through our in-person and online engagement activities to prepare a report to Council and plan the next phase of engagement. Watch for more dates where you can get involved to be published here soon. You can still share your thoughts by completing a survey or signing our guestbook.

    Staff members are compiling all of the feedback shared through our in-person and online engagement activities to prepare a report to Council and plan the next phase of engagement. Watch for more dates where you can get involved to be published here soon. You can still share your thoughts by completing a survey or signing our guestbook.