What Are The Best Areas To Live In Kelowna?When you’re trying to find the best place to live, choosing a neighbourhood is as important as choosing your home. When you are purchasing your home, you are not just buying a house, you’re investing in a neighbourhood. So where should you live in Kelowna? Our city is home to many diverse and unique neighbourhoods. Whether you are looking to be close to shopping and restaurants, walking distance to schools or you would rather a mature neighbourhood over a new development, a tight-knit community, a sprawling acreage or a waterfront estate. Kelowna has it all!
Kelowna Quick Facts
Population: 222,162 (2021)
Regional District: Central Okanagan
BC School District: SD23 (School Catchment Maps)
*Avg. rent for 2-bedroom apartment: $1,463
*Data from COEDC
Distances to/from Kelowna
Big White: Approx 45-90 mins (depends on neighbourhood)
Vancouver: Approx 4 hours
Calgary: Approx 6 hours
BY AIR (Direct)
Vancouver: 0:55 Mins
Calgary: 1:15 Hours
Toronto: 4:00 Hours
See Kelowna International Airport for more
Did You Know?
In a 2022 City of Kelowna Citizen Survey:
- 90% of people indicate a positive quality of life
- 81% describe the community as being safe
- 80% indicate they are satisfied with City Services
Alphabetically ListedWhen it comes to Kelowna Neighbourhoods, each has their own special characteristics. Some neighbourhoods as you'll come to discover, are divided themselves. Rutland for example can be broken into Rutland North, and Rutland South. The Mission can be divided into Upper Mission, and Lower Mission. Enjoy exploring our region, and please let us know if you have any questions.