Kelowna Integrated Water Phase 1, an $86-million, multi-year project, includes the separation of agricultural and domestic water systems in Southeast Kelowna and delivery of a sustainable water supply for agriculture in the South Mission. The project will bring clean drinking water to about 2,000 households and meet Interior Health’s 2025 clean drinking water mandate in South East Kelowna almost 10 years earlier than planned.

With construction having started in July 2018, the project is expected to be complete in 2020 and is the first phase of the City’s vision to see a city-wide integrated water system through the 2017 Kelowna Integrated Water Supply plan.

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