Updates and Information from the City of Chilliwack
Catch Up with City Council
2020 has been a big year for parks and trails throughout the city. Read about some of the parks projects that City Council has invested in this year.
Household Hazardous Waste Day
Drive through and safely get rid of of your household hazardous waste for free on October 3 from 9 am - 3 pm at the Operations Centre at 44390 Luckakuck Way. Please wear a mask.
Community Safety Survey
We are working on a Community Safety Plan and we want to hear from you! Take this survey to tell us how you feel about public safety in Chilliwack by Sunday, September 27.
Fall Burning Season Cancelled
Council has decided to cancel the fall outdoor burning season due to COVID-19 and the negative public health impacts smoke can cause. More information about alternatives will be available early October.
Vedder Greenway Master Plan Survey
We are working on a long-term plan for the Vedder Greenway, and we need your feedback. Complete the survey by October 9 to share your thoughts on the trails and amenities in this area.
2020 Drive Thru Chilliwack Safety Fair
Bring the whole family to the drive thru Chilliwack Safety Fair on Saturday, October 3 from 11 am - 1 pm in the Home Depot parking lot!
Leisure Centre Pools Reopen
Pools at the Chilliwack Landing and Cheam Leisure Centres opened September 8 with limited lane swimming. Reservations are required. Contact the facilities directly for more information.
September 30 is Orange Shirt Day
Residential schools have left a lasting legacy. Take this day as an opportunity to learn about and discuss the painful past of residential schools and support the ongoing process of reconciliation.
School Zone Safety
30 km/h school zones are in effect on school days from 7:30 am - 5:00 pm. Drivers must stop in all directions whenever red flashing lights on a school bus are turned on.
New, Accessible Promontory Playground
The playground at Promontory West Park has been expanded. It now includes an inclusive play area, thanks to funding and support from community partners.
Rail Safety Week: September 21-27
It can take trains up to two kilometres to come to a full stop. Stay safe around rail crossings with these tips from our Safer City team.