City of Kelowna
Regular Council Meeting

Council Chamber
City Hall, 1435 Water Street

I would like to acknowledge that we are gathered today on the traditional, ancestral, unceded territory of the syilx/Okanagan people.

This evening, Council will hold a Regular Meeting.

Council has been provided with the information, correspondence, petitions or reports that have been received concerning the subject bylaws. This information is available to the public online at or by request to the Office of the City Clerk.

For those participating this evening, or who have already submitted letters to Council, a reminder that the Meeting is open to the public and all representations to Council form part of the public record. A live audio-video feed is being broadcast and recorded on

The Oath of Office will be read by Councillor DeHart.

Tuesday Meeting - August 15, 2023

City Clerk to invite anyone participating online or in the public gallery who deems themselves affected by the liquor license application to come forward.​

City Clerk to invite anyone participating online or in the public gallery who deems themselves affected by the required variance(s) to come forward for each item.

To adopt Bylaw No. 12544 for a Site-Specific Text Amendment for the subject property. 

To issue a Development Permit for the form and character of a heavy duty truck sales, service, and repair building and a Development Variance Permit to vary the maximum size, height, and number of signs.

To amend and adopt Bylaw No. 12436 in order to rezone the subject property from the RU4 – Two Dwelling Housing zone to the MF3r – Apartment Housing Rental Only zone. 

a)​     Brief description of the application by City Staff (Development Planning);

(b)     The applicant has up to 15 minutes to make representations to Council regarding the project.

(c)     The Chair will call for representation from the public participating in person and online as follows:

    (i)     Any person wishing to make representations during the Hearing will have the opportunity to do so.

     (ii)     Speakers have up to 5 minutes to share their remarks. 

(d)     Final calls for representation (ask three times). Unless Council directs that the Public Hearing on the bylaw in questions be held open, the Chair shall state to participants the the Public Hearing on the Bylaw is closed.

(e)     Once the public has had an opportunity to comment, the applicant is given up to 10 minutes to respond to any questions raised. 

(f)     Questions of staff by members of Council must be asked before the Public Hearing is closed and not during debate of the bylaw at the Regular Meeting, unless for clarification.

Note:  Any applicant or member of the public may use electronic visual aids to assist in their presentation or questions.  Online participants must be able to share their screen to display the item.