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Here are some websites that may be of interest to the
Rutland Community.
(The websites linked below are external to, not associated with, or managed by the Rutland Residents Association.)
City of Kelowna Community Safety web pages:

Make Online City Service Requests which are directed to the appropriate city department: https://www.kelowna.ca/city-services/online-services/services-requests   
  • Click on the link above. Scroll to the Report/Request link and click "More" ... this will open up the services you can request, as well as problems you can report. This should automatically generate a file you should keep for your records.
  • Record the File number, these generate statistics about problems in specific area.
Report crime when you see something criminally suspicious happening?
  • Emergency call: 911
  • Non emergency call: 250-762-3300
  • Online non emergency crime reporting:
  • Record the File Number which is important in generating crime stats for each area, you should always request one to save for your own information too.
Kelowna Community Safety Plan
Sharlene D and Lynn J were involved in a Zoom call about this in June and the Rutland Residents Association continues to receive information about this city wide project. You can find more infromation at the link below. Also please participate in the survey before Sept. 13, 2021
Rutland Considerations in School District 23 Long Term Facilities Plan
In the Rutland Sector there are 8 elementry schools, and 2 middle schools. Both middle schools feed into Rutland Secondary. The document below gives information about considerations for these schools in the Long Term. (Included are considerations for Rutland Middle School) The survey link is where you can give feedback about these considerations.
Download document here:
School District 23 Long Term Facilities Plan Rutland Considerations 2021  
Also here is a link for a survey and feedback which closes Feb 19:
Black Mountain Irrigation District 100 years (Book)
Please note that this book, entailing the 100 year history of the
Black Mountain Irrigation District, will be available after December
5, 2020 at the Black Mountain Irrigation District Office (285 Gray
Road) at a cost of $25. They can also be contacted at 250-765-5169

"BMID has always been an integral part of Rutland so
the history of BMID is also the history of Rutland. Pictures and
stories from many different eras are highlighted. For anyone
interested in the history of Rutland and the crucial role that BMID
has played and continues to play in our community, this book will be
much enjoyed. Also a great Christmas gift."

Central Okanagan Food Bank
Go to https://cofoodbank.com/client-services/client-services-kelowna/  to register as a client.
  • To receive a Christmas Hamper 2109 clients must register in person before November 29th.
City of Kelowna Block Connector Program
Block Connectors are residents committed to connecting face-to-face with the closest 10-20 households on their block or apartment floor.

Block Watch A Police and community organized awareness program that encourages neighbours to know each other and become familiar with the normal activity patterns within their neighbourhood
Links to BC Housing
BC Housing Home
City of Kelowna


BC Assessment Website to research your property assessment: