Updates and Information from the City of Chilliwack
Catch Up with City Council
Read Council's Year in Review for 2020 to find out how the community responded to COVID-19, and how new technology kept us connected and helped us continue the business of the City.
Holiday Curbside Collection Schedule
Curbside collection for Friday, December 25 will happen on Monday, December 28, and curbside collection for Friday, January 1 will happen on Monday, January 4.
Victoria and Princess: One-way Streets
We are considering making Princess and Victoria Avenues one-way streets to add more parking. Learn more about this proposal and tell us what you think at engagechilliwack.com.
Christmas Tree Composting
Residents on the City's curbside program can place bare 4-foot sections of tree at the curb for composting January 4-15. Or, drop off your tree at Parr Road Green Depot December 28 - January 9.
Holiday Recycling Tips
Did you know that paper gift bags and paper gift wrap are recyclable? What about burnt out holiday string lights and old electronics? Find locations to recycle these items and more here.
Asbestos Limits at Bailey Landfill
As of December 1, there are restrictions on how much asbestos you can bring to the Bailey Landfill. The maximum is now 20 bags per day per address, up to 100 bags per calendar year.
Are you ready for winter? Our crews are busy getting ready for winter road conditions. During snow and ice events, both the City and residents have responsibilities. Find out more on our website.
Adopt a Catch Basin
During fall and winter, you can help City crews by clearing street drains in front your home of leaves and debris in the fall, and of snow and ice during winter storms.
Third Quarter Department Reports
Each quarter, City departments submit reports outlining the projects and initiatives they have underway. From dog parks to virtual events, find out what City departments worked on from July to September.
COVID-19 Safety Reminders
Pleae follow all of the provincial health officers orders and recommendations. Spend time with only your household and use virtual options to connect with loved ones over the holidays.