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Centennial Way

CENTENNIAL WAY

Centennial Way Expansion 2014

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Your Input is important! The District of Peachland invites you to a public open house to discuss and get your feedback on expansion of Centennial Way from 13th Street to the Trepanier Creek Bridge at Todd road. The conceptual design will be displayed at the Community Center Council Chambers (4450 - 6th Street) on October 21, 2014 from 3pm - 7pm. For more information, please contact the Public works Office at 250.767.2108.

Click here for a list of the: Bioswale Plants

Bioswale Plants

Centennial Way, from Heritage Park (1st Street) to 13th Street offers a 13 block continuous waterfront walkway. The pathway from 5th Street to 13th Street along Okanagan Lake is 3 meters wide and is a smooth continuous surface. A 2 meter "green belt" of native, low water use plants offers a pleasant and safe border and acts as a 'bio filter" protecting the lake from road runoff. Traffic calming and painted bike lanes help guide all users sharing the road. Benches, bollards and street trees provide energy efficient lighting. The path was named "Centennial Way" in honour of Peachland's 100 years anniversary: 1909 - 2009. Costs were covered by Federal and Provincial grants and the development community, at no cost to Peachland taxpayers.

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