February 16, 2022
Indoor or outdoor gatherings and events can happen at full capacity. Dancing is allowed.
- Proof of vaccination required for entry (12+)
- Masks required at indoor events, including when dancing
Masks are required in all public indoor settings for all people born in 2017 or earlier (5+).
August 6, 2021
Additional regional restrictions have been put in place by Interior Health to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 in Kelowna and the Central Okanagan. These include:
- A maximum group size of six when dining indoors or outdoors.
- Liquor service while dining will stop at 10 p.m.
- The closure of nightclubs and bars and the suspension of high-intensity group fitness classes.
- Personal gatherings: No more than 50 people can attend outdoors and indoor gatherings are limited to household members plus five other guests (or one household).
- Organized gatherings: Limited to no more than 50 people, whether indoor or outdoor; must have a COVID-19 safety plan in place.
Masks are also required in public indoor settings for ages 12 and up and are recommended outdoors if you cannot maintain appropriate physical distance. Public health officials are not recommending non-essential travel to the region. More information on these regional restrictions can be found on the Government of BC website.
July 29, 2021
As of July 29, additional regional measures have been put in place by Interior Health, for Kelowna and the Central Okanagan, to help reduce COVID-19 transmission. We ask visitors and residents to follow these guidelines to keep our community and each other safe.
As part of these measures, individuals (12 and up) are required to wear a mask in indoor settings and officials are recommending individuals wear a mask in outdoor settings where physical distance cannot be maintained. Public health officials are not recommending travel to or from the region for those who have not been fully vaccinated. Those who have been vaccinated may continue to travel, and we ask they do so safely and responsibly. For additional information about current public health measures in the Central Okanagan, please visit the Government of BC website.
July 5, 2021
Hot tubs are now open!
June 19, 2021
- The pool is now open!
- Main pool is limited to 50 people
- Upper pool is limited to 30 people
- Sign-in at the pool
- No floaties/toys
- Hot tubs remain closed at this time
- For more information call Strata Operations – 778-475-1551
June 1, 2021
- All Pools Currently Closed – re-visted June 18th
- Hot Tubs closed until further notice
- Aqua Parks scheduled to be opened for July Long Weekend
- Beach Area open, no Beach Chairs provided, bring your own chairs
- Mini Golf Open, no equipment provided, bring your own putters and balls
- Tennis/Pickleball open
- Playground open
- Upper Gazebo is limited to BC Government Gathering Regulations
- Marina Open
December 4, 2020: