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The City of Kelowna announced that the boardwalk by the Cook Road boat launch will be receiving upgrades from Wednesday July 7 to the end of August.
There will be a new section of wooden pedestrian boardwalk between the boat launch and the pre-existing boardwalk along the waterfront at Hotel Eldorado.
“We’re pleased to be able to improve continuous public waterfront in this popular area,” said Andrew Gibbs, project manager. “Expanding the public’s access to our lakefront for all residents to enjoy is a community priority.”
These improvements will upgrade the existing gravel path and create a wider and more accessible pathway for pedestrians.
The City said that efforts will be made to limit any impact on the boat launch itself.
To learn more about recent upgrades to the Cook Road boat launch, visit kelowna.ca/boat-launches.
For more information on the boardwalk upgrade project, visit kelowna.ca/cityprojects.
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