Administrative and technical information surrounding the Inspections process.
General information about the Building Permit process including forms, bylaws, and other administrative provisions.
Building Permits & Inspections: Commercial, Industrial, Institutional, Multi Family Residential Projects | Building Permits & Inspections: Single Family / Two Family Dwellings | Development Cost Charges | Floodplain Management Bylaw Guide for Residential Construction | Policy and Design Criteria Manual for Surface Water Management | Tenant Improvement (TI) Permits | Turn-around Times
DPA 1 - Municipal Watersheds & Aquifers, DPA 2 - Hillside & Upland Areas, DPA 3 - Riparian Area, DPA 4 - Downtown Form & Character, DPA 5 - Urban Corridor Form & Character, DPA 6 - Infill Development Form & Character, DPA 7 - Industrial Form & Character, DPA 8 - Hillside Development
The City of Chilliwack has prepared this brochure to assist you in understanding the Development Variance Permit application process
Effective January 1, 2014 , for buildings constructed under Part 9 of the 2012 BC Building Code, any windows, doors and skylights must be selected and installed in accordance with NAFS.
Burning Permits are issued by the Fire Dept for two separate seasons of the year.
In order to provide Council and the public with a clear guideline as to municipal authority and to outline an appropriate public consultation method geared specifically to the City of Chilliwack, staff have taken the opportunity to update the City’s G-22 Policy Directive: Telecommunication Antenna Structures to reflect current industry standards and legislative requirements in addition to creating guidelines for preferred tower locations, co-location requirements and a detailed public consultation process.
A Temporary Use Permit is a special permit issued by Council that allows a land use not permitted in the current zoning.