1. Quick access to nearby cities – via air and land!
The City of Chilliwack is located on the edge of the Fraser Valley and only an hour away from Vancouver, British Columbia.
With its close proximity to Langley, Abbotsford, Surrey, and Maple Ridge, living in Chilliwack allows you to have the amenities of these cities at a lower cost per square foot
2. Be close to nature
Located in the beautiful Fraser Valley, living in Chilliwack means nature is at your doorstep. The landscape of Chilliwack is home to breathtaking parks, trails, lakes, and mountains.
Parks located in and around Chilliwack encompass everything from urban playgrounds for children to authentic wilderness. No matter if you prefer to hike, kayak, or simply have a picnic, Chilliwack’s parks are perfect for every family.
Cultus Lake Provincial Park is one of the most popular provincial parks in British Columbia and is located only 13 kilometers from Chilliwack. Home to Cultus Lake Waterpark and Cultus Lake Adventure Park, the 627 acres of freshwater make it the largest freshwater lake in the Fraser Valley.
3. Farm fresh produce at your doorstep
Chilliwack is home to a bountiful amount of farm land, greenhouses, and agricultural space. From fresh corn that grows rapid in the fields, to local blueberries, healthy living is easy and affordable by simply buying local produce.
4. A growing community
No matter if you are a young couple looking to settle down and grow your family, in search of a community to retire in, or simply an individual looking to get out of the city, Chilliwack is a community on the rise. With new amenities and stores opening all the time, Chilliwack’s growing community has everything that one could need.
5. New modern housing
Local builder, Westbow Construction is consistently building modern home developments in various areas of the Chilliwack community. From the Eastern Hillsides to the Promontory area , finding your dream home in Chilliwack is now easier then ever.
Westbow homes feature beautiful spacious kitchens, large entertaining rooms, and oversized windows that let in large amounts of natural light.