Historical Sign Project

Deb Helf's heritage sign on Marshall St

As of Nov. 2016, KSAN has placed 62 historical signs .

As of 2015, KSAN has installed a total of 41 historical signs at various locations in the  Bernard-Lawrence area, the Marshall Street area, on Cadder Avenue, Ethel Street, Park Avenue and Lawson Avenue.  Interest continues with more signs for completion in 2016.

photoIn addition, KSAN in partnership with the City of Kelowna and the French Cultural Centre, has been instrumental in having a Wayfinder Kiosk installed at the corner of Bernard Avenue and Richter Street beside the French Cultural Centre.  This allows tourists and residents to access the self guided walking tour brochures that KSAN has provided.






Our Walking Tour brochures link the present with the past.  Enjoy our living history when strolling  along our streets and the work done by homeowners to preserve and protect the heritage homes in our KSAN neighbourhoods.


Marshall Street Brochure

Abbott Street Brochure

Bernard-Lawrence Walking Tour

The KSAN Heritage Committee has been the powerhouse behind this project. They research the history of each home with the help of the Kelowna Museum and Public Archives and discuss the information that will be included on each sign with the homeowner.

The price of each sign depends on the current production cost .

For more information about this project please contact Marguerite at   margueriteberry4@gmail.com  or KSAN through our Contact Us page.