The Official Community Plan; Neighbourhood Planning (Chilliwack Mountain, Promontory, Webster Road, Downtown Chilliwack, Eastern Hillsides and Lickman East, and Revitalization Tax Exemption); Age-Friendly Community Planning; Affordable Housing Strategy; Agricultural Area Planning; and the Chilliwack Healthier Community Strategic Action Plan.
2019 Seniors' Housing Study | 2040 Official Community Plan | Affordable Housing Strategy (2008) | Agricultural Area Planning | Chilliwack Healthier Community | CSRPC Quality of Life Survey 2014 | Design Guidelines for Gates | Design Guidelines for Window Decals | Downtown Task Force Report | Secondary Suites
This page contains information on the following planning projects: Chilliwack Mountain, Promontory, Webster Road, Downtown Chilliwack, Eastern Hillsides and Lickman East, and Revitalization Tax Exemption.
Alder Neighbourhood Plan (ANP) | Chilliwack Downtown Plan | Chilliwack Mountain Comprehensive Development Plan (1996) | Chilliwack Proper and Fairfield Island Neighbourhoods Plan | Downtown Land Use And Development Plan (Phases 1 and 2) | Downtown Revitalization Tax Exemption | Eastern Hillsides Comprehensive Area Plan | Infill Development Policies | Lickman East | Promontory Development Plan (1994) | Voluntary Municipal Heritage Designation | Webster Road Area Plan
This study was initiated to consider alternative parking solutions to support the new Zoning Bylaw and to meet anticipated future parking demands.
To promote beekeeping and support the local agricultural industry, the City has recently adopted text amendments to the Zoning Bylaw to allow for residents to keep bees in urban areas. An Urban Beekeeping Bylaw will be will be brought forward for Council consideration in April 2019.
Once the planned federal Cannabis Act comes into force and effect, the City will oversee retail locations and rules, land use and zoning. New zoning and business licence regulations have been prepared.
Adaptable Housing is an approach to residential design and construction in which homes can be modified at minimal cost to meet occupants’ changing needs over time.
Kennels and the approval process.
Landscaping Plan Requirements For Multi-Family Residential, Commercial, Institutional and Industrial Development