Web poll: Would you pay to use a parkade at the SOEC campus?

Penticton residents may be calling for a parkade, but would you pay to use it

Four properties purchased by the City of Penticton are going to be used to add to parking at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

Mayor Andrew Jakubeit said residents are calling for a parkade, however added “but no one actually wants to pay when they use the parkade.”

Related: SOEC parking study will examine parking use

We want to know what your thoughts are on a parkade.



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