Arts and culture, sports and recreation, local food systems, regional partnerships, diverse housing opportunities, and improved transportation and connectivity are the building blocks of a strong community.
In the coming years, civic amenities, active transportation networks, and nutritious local food will become even more accessible to Kamloops residents. The City will continue to work in partnership with stakeholders like Interior Health to provide services, infrastructure, and programs that will support community health and wellness. We will also continue to work with and build essential community partnerships that ensure access to programs and services for people of all ages and abilities.
We often work in partnership with Interior Health, the Kamloops RCMP, the Thompson-Nicola Regional District, the United Way Thompson-Nicola Cariboo, and a wide range of other community organizations.
Building a strong community takes a village, and we're doing it together.