Parks, Recreation & Culture
Notice of Land Disposition and Provision of Assistance
Pursuant to Sections 185 and 187 of the Local Government Act, the Regional District is providing notice that the Regional District intends to transfer lands to the City of Vernon (Feb 2014).
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The Regional District of North Okanagan (RDNO) is responsible for the administration of Parks, Recreation and Culture services in the North Okanagan.
- The General Manager is responsible for the oversight for all North Okanagan parks and recreation activities, policy development, and long-term strategic planning.
- The Parks Planner develops current and long-range plans for parks and open spaces, and provides landscape planning and design expertise.
- The Community Development Coordinator implements marketing and communication initiatives, and works together with community groups to develop partnerships. Currently, the Community Development Coordinator is facilitating the formation of a cultural agencies network.
In Greater Vernon, which is the area encompassed by the City of Vernon, District of Coldstream, and Electoral Areas “B” and “C”, the Regional District works together with the City of Vernon and the District of Coldstream to share responsibility for maintaining, operating and improving all existing parks and facilities, and for developing new parks and facilities.
Greater Vernon Parks and Recreation
Electoral Areas “B” (BX/Swan Lake), “C” (BX/Silver Star), the District of Coldstream, and the City of Vernon.
The Regional District works together with member jurisdictions to provide parks and recreation services in rural communities, including:
Fortune Parks, Recreation & Culture
Electoral Area “F” (Rural Enderby) and the City of Enderby
White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture
Electoral Areas “D” (Rural Lumby), “E” (Cherryville) and the Village of Lumby
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