City Hall

Quality of life, maintaining service levels and keeping our community vibrant and healthy, is a priority for City Hall. Good fiscal management includes long term planning for community projects and infrastructure without going into debt.  It is vitally important that we continue to find new ways to conduct the business of government for less and persist in improving the quality of life for all residents in Chilliwack.

City Hall Hours and Location
Monday to Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Excluding statutory holidays
8550 Young Road, Chilliwack

For general inquiries please call the main reception at 604.792.9311 or email [email protected].

Municipal Departments

Administration, Clerk’s, Corporate Services, Engineering & Operations, Finance, Fire Department, Development & Regulatory Enforcement Services, Planning Department, Parks & Recreation, RCMP

Administration | Communications | Development & Regulatory Enforcement Services | Engineering | Finance | Fire Department | Human Resources | Information Technology | Legislative Services | Planning | Public Safety and Social Development | Public Works and Parks | RCMP | Recreation & Culture | Utility Operations

Bid / Tenders

Bid and Tender documents are available.


The most commonly requested bylaws, and where applicable amending bylaws have been consolidated with the original bylaws.

Regulatory Bylaws | Zoning Bylaw 2020, No. 5000 | Land Development Bylaw 2014, No. 3055


General voting day for the 2022 General Local Election will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2022. This page contains information concerning Local Government Elections, including how to run for office and how to vote.

Election Results | Voting in Chilliwack | Running for Office | Key Dates | Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Up-to-date employment information and opportunities with the City of Chilliwack.

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act is a law that has been present in British Columbia since 1993. This act defines what kinds of information can be collected or controlled by public bodies in British Columbia.


The Planning Department is responsible for current and long range planning, development (rezoning, ALR applications and permits) business and business licencing.

Development Planning | 2040 Official Community Plan | Neighbourhood Planning | Long Range Planning | Population and Development Statistics