When temperatures drop, BC Housing offers cold weather services in Abbotsford. Along with regular emergency shelters that are open 24/7, additional Extreme Weather Shelter space is open at:
Salvation Army (34081 Gladys Ave, 604-852-…Read More
COVID-19 Updates - Recreation Centres reduce services following revised provincial health order
Alert Level: High
December 21, 2021 – Based on the direction from the Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and the BC Government, the City of Abbotsford is reducing services at Matsqui Recreation Centre and Abbotsford Recreation Centre and…Read More
November 2021 Flooding Updates and Information
Alert Level: Medium
DECEMBER 23 UPDATE: Evacuation Alert Rescinded for Sumas Prairie and Clayburn Village and Matsqui Village
Evacuation alerts have been rescinded as of 4:00 pm on December 23 for properties in Sumas Prairie and Clayburn Village and…Read More
Pursuant to the City’s Election Bylaw, from the time of the delivery of any nomination documents to the Chief Election Officer, until 30 days after the declaration of the election results, nomination documents will be available for public inspection, by appointment, at Abbotsford City Hall during regular office hours, or may be viewed online.
View the nomination documents for the individuals running for office below:
All candidates are required to complete a Statement of Disclosure, per the Provincial Financial Disclosure Act and Local Elections Campaign Financing Act. For more information, refer to the Local Elections Guides provided by Elections BC. After the election, candidates and elector organizations must fully disclose individuals or organizations that financed their campaigns, in accordance with applicable legislation.