Kelowna’s mountain bike skills park in Mission Creek to receive upgrade

City of Kelowna working on maintenance project for Mission Creek's bike skills park. Dan Couch / Global News

Maintenance at Kelowna’s Mission Creek mountain bike skills park is expected to start on Wednesday.

The city said it’s upgrading the on-site irrigation to help preserve jump lines and allow for more tree planting.

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Officials said the park will not be fully closed, and work will be phased and limited to specific jump lines one at a time.

Users are asked to follow signs for both their safety and that of crews working on the project.

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“Parking will be limited due to an increase in work vehicles while maintenance is underway for the next week,” the city said in a news release.

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“Residents who are not using the Mountain Bike Skills Park are asked to park elsewhere during this time.”

The maintenance is expected to be finished on Aug. 17

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