Community Happenings

KDKM Growth Survey Results- 2020
KDKM created this survey to help our members identify and prioritize current issues, concerns, and future hopes for the North End area. The results represent the feedback of 40 current North End residents.

We believe now is a critical time for Residents, City Staff, and City Council to mindfully consider the future of the North End so growth occurs in a thoughtful and balanced way that fulfills KDKM’s vision of “a vibrant community that values people, the natural environment, and a healthy, sustainable present and future.”

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Clean Air, Clean Environment

To report fugitive dust, smoky emissions, or soot debris emitted by North End industries, please send an email to and please cc in your email so we can add your voice to the growing history of complaints.

The Ministry of Environment has created a folder for complaints originating from the North End; every complaint adds strength to the movement for action and change.

View of Kelowna's North end from Knox Mountain

Poplar Point Community Clean-Up
Cleaning up flood debris along Okanagan Lake from the August 2017 flooding.
The Fripp family purchased the warehouse in the 1980’s as part of a “fruit flat” operation. They continue to run the family business with integrity and community involvement as top priorities. To commemorate Kelowna’s history and the Fripp’s longevity, Claire Fripp, CEO, decided to hire local artist, Eric Blais to create a mural – “a right-to-left historic journey through Kelowna” in celebration of Kelowna’s 110th Anniversary.

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