Chilliwack gathers for Mill Street grand opening

People gathered for the grand opening of the newly-renovated Mill Street last Saturday morning in Chilliwack.

People gathered for the grand opening of the newly-renovated Mill Street on Saturday morning.

People gathered for the grand opening of the newly-renovated Mill Street last Saturday morning.

The street is now one-way, with wider sidewalks, new lamp standards and decorative trees. The road was completely ripped up at the beginning of February and underground servicing was done.

The project was completed by the end of April.

There is still parking on both sides of the street.

Read the related stories here:May 1 • Mill Street makeover brings more traffic downtownFeb. 5 • Makeover on Mill Street

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