Kelowna is growing rapidly, and with that growth comes new challenges for us to face together.

Elect Dan Schlosser for Kelowna City Council Main profile


  • Long-Term Resident of Kelowna.

  • Raised Family in Kelowna.

  • Member of COSAR for 17 Years (11 years on Executive)

  • Proven Leadership

  • Results Driven

  • Active in Community

  • Community Focused


For Kelowna City Council

Register to Vote

You are already registered to vote in local elections when a jurisdiction uses the list of registered electors (voters list) for voter registration, and your name appears on the list. You will not be required to show identification in order to receive a ballot when your name appears on the list of registered electors. Jurisdictions that use a list of registered electors may offer advance voter registration. You may also register at a voting place at the time of voting (known as same-day voter registration). You must provide two separate pieces of identification (the BC Services Card when combined with a Driver’s Licence is considered one piece of identification) that prove your identity and where you live – one piece of identification must include your signature.

Non-resident property owners may register to vote with the jurisdiction where they own property when advance registration is offered. You may also register at the time of voting. You must provide two separate pieces of identification (the BC Services Card when combined with a Driver’s Licence is considered one piece of identification) that prove who you are and where you live – one piece of identification must include your signature. You must also provide the address or legal description and the title (or other proof of ownership) of the property you own. You must also demonstrate that you have the written consent of the majority of all owners to vote as the non-resident property elector when you own a property with another person(s).

Contact the appropriate jurisdiction for more information about voter registration procedures.

When to Vote

Advance Voting Opportunities (8:00 am-8:00 pm)

October 5th, 2022

  • Parkinson Recreation Centre

October 8th, 2022

  • Parkinson Recreation Centre

  • Hollywood Road Education Centre

  • Dr. Knox Middle School

October 12th, 2022

  • Parkinson Recreation Centre

  • Black Box Theatre

  • Okanagan College - Centre for Learning Atrium (8:00 am-6:00 pm)

  • UBCO - Nechako Building - Gathering Room (8:00 am-6:00 pm)

October 13th, 2022

  • Parkinson Recreation Centre

October 14th, 2022

  • Parkinson Recreation Centre

General Voting Day

  • General local elections are held every four years on the third Saturday of October. The next general voting day is Saturday, October 15, 2022. Voting places are open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (local time) on general voting day.

Mail Ballot Voting

All qualified electors may vote by mail ballot. Electors must complete an application to request a mail ballot package and are responsible for ensuring their ballot is received by the Chief Election Officer by 8 pm on October 15th, 2022. Voters can request a mail ballot package online, by phone or in person starting Friday, September 2 (Thursday, October 13 is the last day to request a mail ballot package)

For more information, visit kelowna.ca/election.

Am I eligible to vote?

You are eligible to vote in local elections as a resident elector when you:

  • are 18 years of age or older when you register to vote or will be 18 years of age or older on general voting day;

  • are a Canadian citizen;

  • have been a resident of British Columbia for at least six months immediately before you register to vote;

  • are a resident of the municipality or electoral area on the day you register to vote; and,

  • are not disqualified under the Local Government Act, any other enactment from voting in local elections or be otherwise disqualified by law.

You are eligible to vote as a non-resident property elector when you:

  • are 18 years of age or older when you register to vote or will be 18 years of age or older on general voting day;

  • are a Canadian citizen;

  • have been a resident of British Columbia for at least six months immediately before you register to vote;

  • are the registered owner of real property in the jurisdiction where you intend to vote for at least 30 days immediately before you register to vote; and,

  • are not disqualified under the Local Government Act, any other enactment from voting in local elections or be otherwise disqualified by law.

Election Day is October 15, 2022