Give your opinion on downtown parking!

Re: Give your opinion on downtown parking!

Postby Sige » Nov 5th, 2017, 6:46 am

I never go downtown anymore because the parking is ludicrous.
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Re: Give your opinion on downtown parking!

Postby Steve-O » Nov 5th, 2017, 7:33 pm

Parking downtown is easy peasy. Not a big deal if I have to walk 2 or 3 blocks but I'm usually much closer.

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Re: Give your opinion on downtown parking!

Postby GordonH » Nov 5th, 2017, 7:53 pm

Once the last cheap breakfast place on Bernard went away, I quit going downtown.
Lena's Pancake & Omelet House then came Cafe Soleil. Both places served a really good & filling omelet for cheap.
Now the only reason I go near the area is for Canada Day, Rock the Lake & Rocket games.
For all those events I walk so no parking needed.

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Re: Give your opinion on downtown parking!

Postby TMBOkanagan » Nov 6th, 2017, 2:25 pm

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Scrobins94 wrote:Parking is not bad. Try Downtown Vancouver, $30/day and still have to go almost to the top of the parkade to find a spot most of the time.

That said, I hope Kelowna stays as convenient as it is now.

Huh ... Does your kid play minor hockey and practice at Prospera on Thursday evenings ??

6 bucks for 3 hours because his changing time and practice time exceed two hours by a measly 10 minutes ..

Yeah , my little Gretzky plays hockey and I shouldn't biotch about the cost.......
I can afford the hockey and the parking , but sometimes , the parking and the money grab that goes with it is just . plain . stupid .

The 2 hour time limit on residential streets is so that the residents who live there can use their street too - instead of having it filled with people at Prospera.
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