Public Notices

We welcome your voice.  Everyone who wishes to speak shall be given the opportunity to be heard.

Next Council meeting:  Tuesday, March 6, 1 pm, Council Chambers, City Hall

Land Matters: Tuesday, March 6, 6 pm, Council Chambers, City Hall


Public Hearing (6 pm)

Public hearings are held as outlined under the Local Government Act, Part 14-Planning and Land Use Management; Division 3-Public Hearings on Planning and Land Use for the purpose of hearing from those persons who believe their interest may be affected by the proposed bylaw. At a public hearing the role of Council is to hear representation from those persons who wish to provide comments regarding the proposed bylaws. Check out the Council Policy on Public Hearing Process [PDF-93 KB] for details.

The following application is scheduled for Public Hearing on March 6th: 

330 Power Street, 705, 701, 669, 667 and 645 Wade Ave W
Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw 2018-12
Zoning Amendment Bylaw 2018-13

Public Notice [PDF - 867 KB]

Regular Council Meeting (immediately follows the Public Hearing)

The following applications are being considered by Council:

93 Winnipeg Street
Development Variance Permit PL2017-8130

Public Notice [PDF - 4.6 MB]

4715 Lakeside Road
Development Variance Permit PL2018-8145

Public Notice [PDF - 4.3 MB]

4721 Lakeside Road
Development Variance Permit PL2018-8146

Public Notice [PDF - 4.5 MB]

170 Commercial Place
Development Variance Permit PL2018-8172

Public Notice [PDF - 3.7 MB]

Please refer to the Agenda for a complete listing of items being discussed.


Providing your comments

There are several ways to provide information for consideration. You can attend the public hearing/regular meeting in Council Chambers (Second Floor of City Hall). Written information can be dropped off or mailed to City Hall (171 Main St.), or sent by email.

Submit information as soon as possible before the meeting for consideration.

Please note that all correspondence submitted to the City of Penticton in response to this Notice must include your name and address and will form part of the public record and will be published in a meeting agenda when this matter is before the Council or a Committee of Council.  The City considers the author’s name and address relevant to Council’s consideration of this matter and will disclose this personal information.  The author’s phone number and email address is not relevant and should not be included in the correspondence if the author does not wish this personal information disclosed.

Past public notices


Looking for outcomes of past applications? Council decisions are officially recorded in the minutes for each meeting and posted online. For an overview of decisions, check out Penticton Council Highlights.