Survey on city spending can be completed online or handed in at City Hall. (Chilliwack Progress file)

Deadline looms for citizen input on Chilliwack spending priorities

City of Chilliwack finance department will accept surveys from citizens until Dec. 21

Feedback is still being sought for the 2019 Financial Plan Survey by City of Chilliwack and council.

On Monday there was a little more than a week left for Chilliwack citizens to chime in on the budget priorities that are most important to them for the 2019-28 Financial Plan being developed by the City of Chillliwack Finance Department.

Those wishing to offer input on city spending can answer the questionnaire by the extended Dec. 21 deadline.

READ MORE: Survey takes input

“City Council must balance and prioritize the needs of the City while considering a reasonable tax levy to its residents,” according to the City of Chilliwack.

“Your responses will provide Council with information on current community priorities, which services you consider most valuable and other financial planning considerations.”

This questionnaire can be completed online at www.chilliwack.copm, or submitted until Friday, December 21 at 4:30 p.m. Mail or drop-off at the Finance Department, 8550 Young Rd., Chilliwack, B.C., V2P 8A4

Questions? Let the city reps know at

READ MORE: Increase was 2.62% for 2018


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