Kenneth Street is named for Kenneth F. Duncan (1881-1952), the first Mayor of Duncan in 1912.
Kenneth Street runs east-west for three blocks between Canada Avenue and Government Street. It features some interesting buildings, shopping, restaurants and totem poles from the City of Duncan collection.
Canada Avenue intersects
Craig Street intersects
The most prominent landmark at the intersection of Kenneth Street and Craig Street is Duncan City Hall, built as the Post Office and Federal government offices in 1913 and converted into City Hall in 1974.
Duncan City Hall was built in 1913 as the Post Office and was converted into City Hall in 1974. Read More…
Tzinquaw Story totem pole
Tzinquaw Story is one of the two City of Duncan totem poles displayed on Kenneth Street between Craig Street and Jubilee Street. Read More….
145-149 Kenneth Street – Volume One Books
145-149 Kenneth Street was built in 1949 by Claude Green as a mixed use apartment and commercial building. The commercial space on the main floor has been occupied by Volume One Books since 1972…..Read More….
161 Kenneth Street
161 Kenneth Street was built circa 1930. It has been used as restaurants for decades. It is currently the Gourmet Gardens Restaurant…..Read More…
163 Kenneth Street
Dr. Watson Dykes was the primary physician in early 20th century Duncan. He made house calls in a horse and carriage. The barn in which he kept his horses is still standing behind 167 Kenneth Street……Read More
177 Kenneth Street
177 Kenneth Street is a downtown Duncan’s latest mixed use strata building, built in 2014. It is perhaps indicative of future development trends in downtown Duncan….. Read More…
187 Kenneth Street
187 Kenneth Street was built in the 1930’s as a bowling alley. It is now home to the Woodland Chinese Restaurant and the Westphalian Bakery…..Read More….
Jubilee Street intersects
195 Kenneth Street has been a restaurant since the 1930’s. It has been the Arbutus Cafe since
The Family totem pole
The Family was carved for the City of Duncan totem pole collection by……. Read More…..
Government Street intersects
There are three totem poles from the City of Duncan collection displayed at the intersection of Kenneth Street and Government Street: The Guardians, Chief’s Pole and Dzunuk’wa.
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