Event Calendar

PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING Temporary Use Permit – “Vacation Rental” Use 5607 Cactus Street
May 17, 2022
Times: 6:00pm – 6:30pm

The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (RDOS) will be holding a Web-based Public Information Meeting in order to provide local residents and property owners with an opportunity to provide input on a Temporary Use Permit (TUP) for a “vacation rental” use involving the property at 5607 Cactus Street (Area “C”), and legally described as Lot 2, Plan KAP68288, District Lot 2450S, SDYD, as follows: 

Date:          Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Time:          6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Location:   Oliver Community Centre, 665 McKinney Road, Oliver OR

                   WebEx online at https://rdos.webex.com/ or by phone at 1-833-311-4101

Meeting ID: 2499 400 6273

Password: RD@S (by phone 7317)           

The applicant as well as Regional District staff will be available to answer any questions residents may have regarding the proposed renewal of the temporary use permit, and to also receive written submissions. 

To view, listen or participate in this public information meeting on your computer, go to https://rdos.webex.com/ , enter the meeting ID, and click “join”.

To listen or participate using your phone, please call 1-833-311-4101and select “1” when prompted to join the meeting.  During the meeting, select “*3” to notify us that you wish to speak.

Should you wish to submit a written representation on this proposal, we request that this be submitted by emailing planning@rdos.bc.ca, or by mail to the Regional District office.[1]

Additional information regarding this temporary use permit application, including draft permit and instructions on how to use WebEx, can be found at the Regional District’s web site: www.rdos.bc.ca (Property & Development → Planning, Zoning & Subdivision → Current Applications & Decisions → Electoral Area “C” → C2022.008-TUP).


Danielle DeVries, Planner I

Telephone: 250-490-4213 / Email: planning@rdos.bc.ca

[1] DISCLAIMER: all written submissions will be made public and considered by the Regional District Board when this temporary use permit application comes forward for consideration.  The Regional District may also be required to disclose personal information as required by the Local Government Act and the Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act.