Survey looks at Canoe Beach, Klahani Park

If you have ideas about what you’d like to see at Canoe Beach Park or Klahani Park, now’s your chance.

  • Dec. 18, 2015 10:00 a.m.

If you have ideas about what you’d like to see at Canoe Beach Park or Klahani Park, now’s your chance.

The City of Salmon Arm has launched a survey to gather input on future development and design of the parks.

The survey is available online or you can print a hard copy and return it to city hall. To fill out the online version, go to the city’s home page at and you’ll find “Canoe Beach and Klahani Park Survey” near the bottom left of the home page.

Survey responses need to be received by the city before 4 p.m. Friday,  Jan. 8. Or  e-mail to, fax to 250-803-4041 or mail to Box 40, Salmon Arm, B.C. V1E 4N2.


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