Welcome to all Shannon Lake Residents!
This is the web-site for the Shannon Lake Neighbourhood Association (SLNA)
A not for profit organization registered under the Society Act of B.C. with the mandate to advance and maintain the quality of life within the Shannon Lake Neighbourhood and represent Shannon Lake Neighbourhood Association members in dealing with all agencies that affect life within the Shannon Lake Neighbourhood. All residents and businesses within the Shannon Lake area are welcome to become involved in this Association.
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2295 Shannon Way Development Review Referral
The SLNA has received an application for comment for the property at the start of, and accessed by, Shannon Way (behind the Pub and Hydro Sub-Station). The application proposes using the property for a mini-storage/RV storage facility. The current zoning allows for a 54 unit residential development. The proximity to the Hydro sub-station is an issue with regards to a residential development and the owners are looking to alternate uses for the property. The application can be found at file Z16/05 and comments can be sent directly to the City c/o Andrew Gaylor, Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can forward comments to the SLNA and we will compile them as well. The City deadline for comments is June 30/16 and we would need comments by Jun 28/16.
Shannon Way Traffic Calming?
Recently there has been renewed issues with incidents of excessive speed on Shannon Way with residents or visitors of the multi-unit complex ignoring the fact they are travelling through a family neighbourhood. This is a situation that the SLNA has brought to the attention of the municpality/Council repeatedly over the years (most recently at the 2016 Council Update) with the SLNA both asking for traffic calming options and sidewalks for pedestrian safety. A traffic study was undertaken several years ago that identified there was a problem but offered no solutions. This issue needs to be championed and solutions need to be found. If you are concerned about this and are willing to help please contact us to discuss potential strategies and implementation. Our 2016 presentation can be found at SLNA 2016 Council Update
2016 DWK Council Meeting for Neighbourhood Updates
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 @ 6:00 pm the SLNA presented the annual Neighbourhood Association update to District of West Kelowna Council. This presentation built upon the past presentation format with updates of current issues and removal of issues that have been addressed or completed. Our 2016 presentation can be found at SLNA 2016 Council Update
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