Air Quality in the Central Okanagan
The Air Quality Program is a joint initiative between the City of Kelowna, Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO), District of Peachland, City of West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation and the District of Lake Country.
The Program aims to protect and improve air quality in the Central Okanagan through education, awareness and pollution prevention. For complete information about the Air Quality Program, visit regionaldistrict.com/airquality or contact the Regional Air Quality Coordinator at 250-469-8408 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For residential, agricultural and local air quality
concerns, please submit through the City of Kelowna’s online service request system.
For industrial-related concerns about air quality in the
Central Okanagan, please contact the Ministry of Environment:
EnvironmentalComplaints@gov.bc.ca or call the 24-hour RAPP (Report All Poachers and Polluters) tip-line:
The Ministry of Environment’s reactive team collects
information from all the received complaints and that data is used to support
planned inspections. Any evidence of ash or smoke leaving the property would be
used to strengthen a complaint. If you are including photos with your
complaint, be sure the sun is at your back when the picture is taken.