Central and South Okanagan Community Council
Community councils have been established across the province to work collaboratively with community partners to support community inclusion, citizenship and full participation of people with developmental disabilities.
Each community council acts as an ambassador and a bridge to creating inclusive communities. Together with CLBC staff and managers they will enhance the creation of safe environments, improve access to community resources and acknowledge the gifts and contributions of people with disabilities.
In addition, they will help develop and promote creative solutions which improve community access and inclusion. The councils will also identify research that will enhance our knowledge of how best to support people in community.
The council represents the communities of Kelowna, Penticton and Summerland.
The Central and South Okanagan council has a combination of individuals with developmental disabilities (more commonly known as self-advocates), parents, service providers and community members. Click here to view the council members.
Terms of Reference
The councils are governed by terms of reference:
Community Council Terms of Reference (157KB pdf)
|To Be Announced|
|September 24, 2009||September Meeting Minutes (175KB pdf)|
Projects & Initiatives
This section will feature any special projects or initiatives that particular council is working on.
To contact the Central and South Okanagan Community Council, please call the Kelowna Community Living Centre at 250-712-3609.