Information Guides the of the most commonly requested bylaws including: Animal Control, Fireworks, Municipal Ticket Information, Noise Control,Outdoor Burning, Parking Regulations, Unsightly Premises, Waste Disposal and Weed Control.
Environmental Services Section manages the waste disposal services in the city. We are also dedicated to protecting Chilliwack's air and water quality through environmental programs and educational initiatives.
Agriculture and the Environment | Air Quality, Energy & Greenhouse Gases | Alternatives to Pesticides | Composting | Get Involved! Green Initiatives | Species at Risk | Wildlife and Plants | Links & Contact Info
Learn about the various licenses required by the City, from business licenses to dog licenses.
Mapping services are provided by the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) department. We have an on-line mapping system and several downloadable PDF maps.
Permits ensure that safety and livability standards are followed in the City. Guides and general information on acquiring various permits can be found here.
Building Inspections | Building Permits | Development Permits | Development Variance Permit | NAFS Specification for Windows, Doors, and Skylights | Open Air Burning Permits | Temporary Use Permits (TUP)
The City of Chilliwack promotes waste diversion by providing convenient recycling programs for local residents and businesses. Waste diversion is achieved through a combination of public and private sector initiatives.
Curbside Recycling and Garbage Collection | E-waste | Garbage and Litter | Hazardous Waste | Potential Changes to Chilliwack's Recycling Program - New Stewardship Program by MMBC | Recycling | Recycling and Waste Disposal Facilities
Transit, Automatic Traffic Count Summary,Road Improvements made on Chilliwack roads, Snow and Ice Control Program, etc.
The City of Chilliwack operates an extensive sanitary sewer system. The system is comprised of a sewer collection system, 45+ sewer pumping stations and a wastewater treatment plant.
The City of Chilliwack currently has one of the best sources of drinking water in the world. We get our pristine water from the Sardis-Vedder aquifer. The City is dedicated to monitoring, protecting, and conserving this resource in order to ensure that residents will continue to be able to enjoy this high quality water for years to come.
Chilliwack's Drinking Water | Water Quality | Water Conservation | Groundwater Protection | Acceptance of New Watermain Construction | Bulk Water Distribution Kiosk | Cross Connection Control Program (CCCP)