Downtown Kelowna Association calls for Board of Director nominations

Downtown Kelowna Association calls for Board of Director nominations

Call for Nominations for DKA Board of Directors Now Open for Upcoming 2022 Election

Board of Directors Election 2022

The Downtown Kelowna Association call for nominations for positions on the Board of Directors for 2022 – 2024 term is now open.

Nominees’ names will automatically be included for the 2022–2024 term.

Nominees for the Board of Directors this year will:

  • Consent to the nomination,
  • be a property owner or tenant of Class 5 Light Industry or Class 6 Business Other
  • properties within the Downtown Kelowna BIA boundary, or a duly authorized
  • employee of property owner or tenant afore-described,
  • indicate they will serve for a two (2) year term,
  • attend monthly meetings from 5pm – 7pm, and
  • have an active interest in Downtown Kelowna.

Nomination forms may be picked up from the DKA office, emailed upon request or downloaded from our website at

Nominations for a position with the DKA Board of Directors must be submitted to the Downtown Kelowna Association office located at 200 – 287 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 6N2 or by email to on or before 4:00 pm Friday, April 1, 2022.

The Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 1, 2022.

The Downtown Kelowna Association (DKA) assists local property owners and businesses promote their business and further trade and commerce in the Downtown Kelowna Business Improvement Area We work to enhance the public’s experience whether they live, work, or play in Downtown through Advocacy, Marketing & Communications and our On-Street Services department which includes Downtown on Call and the Clean Team.

The Downtown Kelowna Association (DKA) is a registered not-for-profit society with a mission to ensure the Downtown Kelowna neighbourhood is a safe and desirable place to conduct business, live and work. The DKA officially became an entity in November 1989 funded through an improvement levy collected by the municipality from commercial properties in the area. The annual levy becomes the Association’s base operating budget upon which the organization leverages additional funding from partners, including various levels of governments and corporate sponsors, to support programs and initiatives.

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