The Finance Department is responsible for the financial management of the City including: payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, property taxes, water/sewer utility billing, coordination of the City's Comprehensive Municipal Plan and the budgeting process. The investment of surplus/reserve funds, in an attempt to maximize the City's financial position, is also a goal of the Department.
The Purchasing/Stores section oversees the application of council purchasing policies towards the objective of establishing a fair and open acquisition process that ensures maximum value for the citizens' tax dollar.
Accounts Payable direct deposit payment process for suppliers/vendors, including electronic submission information of invoices/statements.
You can complete your Home Owner Grant online. You will need your tax notice to complete the online form. Click for more information.
Revitalization of the downtown is a priority for Council and City Hall. In 2004, the Community Charter was introduced, offering a new revitalization tax exemption opportunity. As a result, the City of Chilliwack established a downtown revitalization tax exemption program.
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A Pre-Authorized Withdrawal System (PAWS) designed for your convenience! Two different programs to choose from. Select the plan that suits YOUR budget.
You should receive your Property Assessment Notice from BC Assessment early in January.
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The Purchasing Department is located at 46000 Creamery Road, Chilliwack, BC, V2P 8E4.
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Property taxes are due the first working day after July 1 every year. Learn more about your current tax notice, payment options, and more.