Highlighted Construction Projects
Learn about current construction projects happening in your neighbourhood and around Chilliwack.
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Civil and electrical engineering detailed design for implementation of active transportation improvements adding to improve cycling facilities and safety in a cost-effective manner.
With the support and interest of the local community and the Friends of the Bell Slough, the City will be investigating hydraulic connectivity and ecological restoration of the Bell Slough.
Bridge inspections are required to be completed by a qualified bridge inspection engineer to visually inspect each of the City's bridges including ancillary structures.
Along various sections of Camp River Road, the watercourse banks have eroded causing road base material and sections of roadway to weaken, undermine and collapse.
The City of Chilliwack and Tzeachten First Nation jointly applied to the BC government for Active Transportation grant funding. The project will include a multi-use pathway, a rectangular rapid flashing beacon and improvements to drainage and streetlighting.
Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons at Crosswalks
Culvert replacements and upgrades are needed to avoid failures that could cause costly repairs and interruptions to traffic. Culvert failures can cause damage to the surrounding riparian environment.
New LED ornamental streetlights are being installed in the downtown area.
Emergency sewage outfall repair was contracted to Jakes Construction and work is planned to begin at the end of January. Environmental monitoring will take place throughout.
Along various sections of Hope River Road, the watercourse banks have eroded causing road base materials and sections of roadway to weaken, undermine and collapse.
LED Streetlight Conversion Program to reduce energy and maintenance costs
Improvements will include buffered bike lanes, an RRFB installation at Kipp Avenue, conversion of angled parking to parallel parking and new LED lighting.
Each year the City of Chilliwack tenders asphalt rehabilitation work for various roads to maintain the driving surface and reduce maintenance costs.
The City has constructed a new 34 stall parking lot at the intersection of Nowell Street and Princess Avenue, next to District 1881 in Downtown Chilliwack.
Learn more about upcoming railway repairs this spring. Canadian National Railway (CN Rail) and Southern Railway (SRY Rail link) operate two railway lines within the City of Chilliwack.
Every year the City takes inventory for line markings that need painting and the City's contractor completes the work.
The Teskey Detention Pond located in Bridlewood Park was originally constructed in 1997 to manage rainwater flows with increasing development in the Promontory area.
Works will include widening, storm main upgrades, drainage works, streetlights, curb, sidewalk and bike lane construction.
Information about current water and sewer upgrade projects.
The City will be building additional parking capacity downtown, north of Victoria Avenue, this summer.
Replacement and upsizing of deteriorating storm drainage pipe originally installed in the 1950s.