Chilliwack Search & Rescue volunteers are committed individuals who are available at a moment’s notice to come to someone’s aid in potentially hazardous terrain and situations. They continuously train, improving and advancing their skills.

Between 80 and 90 times a year they are called out to search for lost persons or to rescue those who are injured or trapped and cannot help themselves.

Being a member of Chilliwack Search & Rescue requires that you pass a recruitment training program, attend weekly training sessions, be available to respond to emergencies and annually devote over 300 volunteer hours.

Our Team recruits Members-In-Training once every year or two, and our next intake is now! Join us for an Info Session Saturday January 27, 2018 at Chilliwack City Hall (8550 Young Rd.) from 11am-12pm. During the session you will learn more about the team, find out what skills, experience, availability etc. we’re looking for in candidates and be given further detail on how to apply. CSAR members will also be on-site with a few of our vehicles, so come on down, take a look and ask your questions. Doors open at 10:30am!