The Paramount


Residential Housing and Inquiries – Ariana Stevenson, Housing Coordinator [email protected] or 604.702.2900

Kindly be advised that the subsidized units at Paramount are currently at full capacity.

If you wish to be added to the waitlist for these apartments, please ensure that you are registered with BC Housing and have designated Paramount as a housing preference.

We also have a number of market rental units for $1170 per month. These units cater to tenants aged 55 years or older who have lived in Chilliwack. We have currently reached capacity on our market rental units, when one becomes available we will advertise it via craigslist and so stay tuned.

The Paramount Project has been a dream of Chilliwack Community Services for many years. The Paramount Project is the result of our vision to help our community to address housing affordability, particularly for seniors and young adults. It is the largest project of CCS in its nearly 100-year history. CCS has a long history of providing safe and affordable housing through our Village Olympic Project, and this project builds on our commitment to housing. Through this project we are providing 66 units of housing, 58 for seniors and 8 for young adults, comprised of units running from deep subsidy to under market rent prices. We are also able through the Paramount Project to bring together staff of CCS to one location on the first two floors. CCS is also committed to the downtown and to being part of its amazing redevelopment through the efforts of the City and CEPCO.

We are grateful to the many partners who have been involved in this project and to getting us to this point including:

  • CPA Development Consultants, specifically Graham Plant and Sevda Safarova
  • Station One Architects, specifically Justin Dyck, Chelsea Mueller, Leon Schroeder, and Darren Les
  • Gerry Enns Construction, specifically Gerry Enns, Ian Poettcker, Jarrod Offereins, and Karen Vandenberg

Chilliwack Community Services would like to acknowledge the significant financial support of the following who have made this project possible:

  • The Federal Government of Canada through the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
  • The Province of BC, through BC Housing.
  • The City of Chilliwack and CEPCO for the donations of the land and waiving fees.