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Community Engagement

The City of Chilliwack encourages public participation from residents through surveys, open houses, public meetings, and more. Discover all of your options for public participation by reviewing the items below.

Survey: Responsible Drinking in City Parks - Pilot Project

The City of Chilliwack is preparing to launch a pilot project that will allow responsible alcohol consumption in permitted spaces in Vedder and Crossing parks. After the bylaw is adopted at the August 18 Council meeting, this pilot project will run until October 31 of this year and permit responsible drinking in these locations from noon to 9 pm daily.

Take the survey here

Share your initial thoughts about this project with us. This preliminary survey is available until August 23. For more information, read our press release

Neighbourhood Grant Program

Great cities are built on the foundation of strong neighbourhoods. Since residents often know just what is needed to enhance the quality of life in their neighbourhoods, the Neighbourhood Grant Program has been developed to support residents and organizations that have small but powerful ideas that will bring people together and enhance neighbourhoods.

Learn more and apply for a grant

Public Notices

Information about upcoming Public Information Meetings, Public Hearings and other statutory notices can be found on our Public Notices webpage.

Municipal Election

Find out about municipal elections in Chilliwack. The most recent election took place in October 2018. Learn more.

Past Engagement Opportunities (2020)

Single-Use Item Reduction Strategy - Consultation with Businesses

Open House:

Time: Drop in any time between 4:00pm and 7:00pm
Date: Thursday, January 23, 2020
Location: Slesse Room, Evergreen Hall (9291 Corbould Street)

Workshop:

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Location: Sardis Library (5819 Tyson Road)

Survey:

Have your say and take the survey by February 9.For more information, visit chilliwack.com/singleuse.

Housing Needs in Chilliwack Survey

The City is undertaking a Housing Needs Report to identify current and future housing needs in our community over a 5-year period or more. The report will focus on affordability and demand for all housing types, including government-assisted and market housing. By identifying the number of housing units needed, by type and price range, the report will provide direction to government, non-profit, and private sectors, in the planning and provision of housing, and help inform local plans, policies and development decisions.

For more information, visit chilliwack.com/housingneeds.

Let's Talk Zoning - Open House

Tuesday, February 11
6:30 to 8:00 pm
Evergreen Hall - 9291 Corbould Street
Presentation starts at 6:45 pm

For more information, please contact our Planning Department at 604.793.2906 or planning@chilliwack.com or visit chilliwack.com/talkzoning.

Community Engagement Readiness Survey

Are you ready to talk about something other than COVID-19? We have a few projects we want your feedback on, but only if you are ready to engage with us. Examples of upcoming projects could include climate change, neighbourhood planning, vessel speed restrictions on the Vedder River, and more.

Surveys were due by July 24. For more information, please email engage@chilliwack.com.

Personal information is collected for the administration of City of Chilliwack programs and services only, as authorized under Section 26 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. The City of Chilliwack does not use or disclose personal information for purposes other than that for which it is collected or a use consistent with that purpose, or with the consent of the individual whom the information is about, or otherwise in accordance with law. The City of Chilliwack retains personal information only as long as necessary for the purposes of the specified program or service and as required by law.

Community Engagement Readiness Survey

We surveyed residents to see if they are ready to talk to us about projects that are not related to COVID-19.

Pilot Project: Responsible Drinking in City Parks

Information about the pilot project that will allow responsible alcohol consumption in permitted areas of Vedder and Crossing Parks from late August until October 31, 2020.