|2017 Second Quarter Reports, All Departments||2017-08-09||21.45MB|
|2017 First Quarter Reports, All Departments||2017-05-02||16.74MB|
|2016 Fourth Quarter Reports, All Departments||2017-02-15||31.97MB|
The Annual Report serves as an opportunity to communicate with citizens, stakeholders and others regarding the City’s financial performance compared to budget. It highlights Department accomplishments and statistics for the year completed as well as future City goals. The annual report also includes the City’s audited financial statements.
Building Permit reports provide information on building activity, building permit issuance, and construction value of building permits issued in the City of Chilliwack.
Quarterly reports from the Development & Regulatory Enforcement Services Department
The Engineering Department is responsible for water and sewer, transportation and environmental services. PDF versions of the Engineering Department Quarterly Report are below. These reports highlight the significant projects in the department.
2014-03: Engineering Department Third Quarter Report | 2013-04: Engineering Department Fourth Quarter Report | 2014-01: Engineering Department First Quarter Report | 2014-02: Engineering Department Second Quarter Report | 2014-04: Engineering Department Fourth Quarter Report | 2015-01: Engineering Department First Quarter Report | 2015-02: Engineering Department Second Quarter Report | 2015-03: Engineering Department Third Quarter Report | 2015-04: Engineering Department Fourth Quarter Report | 2016-01: Engineering Department First Quarter Report | 2016-02: Engineering Department Second Quarter Report
The Chilliwack Fire Department published annual reports up until 2013, after which time the department began providing quarterly reports.
The Chilliwack Fire Department is committed to community safety through public education, code enforcement, fire suppression, and rescue services. This section features Quarterly Reports from the Fire Department.
The Operations Department is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the City’s water, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, road and dyke infrastructure, as well as the operation and maintenance of the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), over 100 parks and sports fields and the City’s recreational trail network.
Recreation and Culture is responsible for facility maintenance, community events and sports field bookings. This section contains Quarterly Reports for the Recreation and Culture Department.