News releases are posted on our website and remain there as a record of news and events for the City of Penticton.
The City of Penticton invites members of the media and public to attend Council meetings and keep informed of Council news. Council meetings are typically held the first and third Tuesday of every month, starting at 1 p.m. in Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall.
- Council meeting agendas are always posted on the website before meetings.
- Council minutes are also posted online upon approval.
- Live video of meetings is streamed online, and the footage is archived on this site as well.
- Members of Council also permit their Council contact information to be posted publicly so members of the media and public can reach them directly.
Our social media channels provide you with ways to stay informed and current on City services and programs. Follow us on Twitter @cityofpenticton or “like” us on Facebook and get immediate access to news, information, city programs and events.
Are you looking for a specific bylaw as background for your story? The City of Penticton has posted all of its bylaws online. They are searchable by name and classifications, which include administration, business, community standards, finance, land use and services. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact us.
Municipalities are required to prepare an annual report before June 30 of each year. The City of Penticton's annual reports is about being accountable to the public and reporting on all major changes and developments which have occurred during the past year. The annual reports provide each department's objectives and accomplishments, as well as initiatives for the upcoming year.
The City of Penticton completes quarterly reports to build more transparency into the organization and reflect the corporation's most recent progress on a quarterly basis. These are reviewed by the Council each quarter.
Anyone seeking the City of Penticton logo for use should submit a request to the Communications department outlining intended use.
The public is invited to contact the City of Penticton by calling 250-490-2400.