Temporary public space on Main Street will feature a pop-up seating area and Community Garden in Sicamous this summer.
It is a shared vision of the District and Communities in Bloom to beautify the community. For the Summer of 2022, Public Works has temporarily transformed a portion of the vacant lots at 417 and 425 Main Street into usable public space.
With support from the District of Sicamous, local businesses and other non-profit groups, Sicamous Communities in Bloom is working towards achieving Five Blooms in 2022 through the British Columbia Communities in Bloom Program.
The pop-up Community Garden and seating area create temporary public space until the District breaks ground on an attainable commercial-residential housing project being pursued with Habitat for Humanity Kamloops.
You can register online for the Community Garden or contact District Planner Sarah Martin at email@example.com or at 250-836-5261. The Community Garden is a pilot project for the community; a survey will be shared with the public at the end of the summer.