Council Highlights

Welcome to the Council Highlights page. These highlights are intended to provide a brief summary of recent Council proceedings. The summary is not inclusive of all agenda items.

For a detailed account of the full agenda, including staff reports, other supporting documents and official meeting minutes, please consult the Council Meetings page or call the City’s Corporate Administration Department at 250-490-2400.

For list below dates back to 2022. For items prior to this date, view the Archived Council Highlights page.

2024

A brief and informal summary of the latest decisions made by Penticton City Council.    Adventure Race World Championships coming to town Council has thrown its support behind the 2025 Adventure Race World Championships. The race will be held in the…
A brief and informal summary of the latest decisions made by Penticton City Council    More Housing moving forward Council gave approval to a variety of projects that will increase the housing stock available in Penticton.
A presentation from the Penticton Youth Council during Committee of the Whole showed the future is in good hands. Also on the agenda were new capital projects, approved housing and concessions on the beaches.
Next step for housing project, the threat of invasive mussels and Neighbourhood Grants are all part of this week's Council Highlights.
More housing approved, a move towards an anti-harassment bylaw and a push for complex care are all part of this week's Council Highlights.
A visit from KVR Middle School students, a continued positive trend in crime stats and a new waste collection agreement were some of this week's Council Highlights.

2023

A new Social Development Framework, recommendations from the Official Community Plan-Housing Task Force and upgrades for Lakawanna Park are among this week's Council Highlights.
Mayor Bloomfield presented Erin Robitaille McNish and Karen Bond from Penticton Regional Hospital the proclamation declaring this Medical Radiation Technician week. Council highlights also include crime stats showing decline, plan to apply for provincial housing grant and free parking on Fridays and Saturdays in the downtown during December.
A brief and informal summary of the latest decisions made by Penticton City Council.  Improvements for dog owners Council has given the green light to $200,000 in capital improvements to the City’s six existing off-leash dog parks and approved a pilot…
Officially proclaiming beer week was among one of many highlights from council this week, including 'sign diet' for Martin Street and public hearing planned for proposed child care move.