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  1. News Flash Nov. Reg

    Coquitlam Recreation Adapts to Latest Public Health Orders

    The City of Coquitlam is making further adjustments to its Recreation programming in order to continue to provide safe fitness options for the community. Read on...
  2. News Item Give Local

    Consider Ways to Give Local this Holiday Season

    As the holiday season approaches, the City is once again showcasing Coquitlam businesses and encouraging residents to shop close to home. Read on...
  3. CSRP Grant - News Flash Image

    Coquitlam Introduces New Community Grants

    Coquitlam has launched a new grant program to support residents and local organizations with pandemic-related challenges. Read on...
  4. Winter Wise News Flash

    Now is the Time to Get Winter Wise

    With cold temperatures and our first snowfall in the forecast, now is the time to make sure you are Winter Wise in Coquitlam. Read on...
  5. News Flash

    Coquitlam Suspends Group Fitness and Select Sport Activities

    Following the Order of B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer, the City of Coquitlam will be suspending all group fitness classes and select sport activities until further notice. Read on...
  6. Message From the Mayor Image

    Message From the Mayor - Nov. 5, 2020

    Remembrance Day always brings to mind the stories I heard growing up about what it was like to live in Canada during the Second World War. Read on...
  7. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - Nov. 16, 2020

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing to receive representations from all persons who deem it in their interest to address Council regarding the proposed bylaws as noted on the Public Hearing page. Read on...
  8. website catch basin

    Take Steps to Prevent Flooding During Heavy Rain

    Heavy rain is in the forecast in Coquitlam over the next 24 hours and, while City crews will be out checking on drainage intakes and critical catch basins, we are asking residents to take steps to reduce the risk of flooding and other impacts. Read on...
  9. Remembrance Day 2020

    Coquitlam Helps Support Physically-distant Remembrance Day

    Coquitlam residents are encouraged to honour veterans in meaningful ways this Remembrance Day. Read on...
  10. Sports Fields - Children playing soccer

    Help Plan the Future of Coquitlam’s Sports Fields

    If you use Coquitlam’s sports fields – and even if you don’t - the City wants to hear from you. Read on...
  11. Webnames News Flash

    Webinars Help Coquitlam Businesses Get Online for Free

    Coquitlam is offering its businesses the opportunity to quickly build a free web presence – something that is more important now than ever. Read on...
  12. Message From the Mayor Image

    Message From the Mayor - Oct. 29, 2020

    Halloween is coming up on Saturday and like everything right now, it’s going to require balance and a bit of creativity. Read on...
  13. Coquitlam Crunch Fall News Flash

    Coquitlam Modifies Crunch Plans to Expand Trail Options

    Coquitlam is accelerating plans to expand the Crunch trail to the south and rolling out other improvements this fall to offer additional outdoor recreation options for residents. Read on...
  14. Archives News Flash

    Online Archives Exhibit Explores Life of Student Nurses

    Between the hours of lectures, rotating shifts and a vibrant social life, sleep must have been a rare treat for students making their way through Essondale’s psychiatric nursing school in decades past. Read on...
  15. Coquitlam City Centre

    Public Hearing on New City Centre Plan Set for November

    The public will have a chance to comment in November on plans to continue to transform Coquitlam City Centre into a lively, walkable urban downtown and regional economic, civic and cultural hub. Read on...
  16. Halloween Kits

    Plan Fun Activities at Home with Free Halloween Kit

    Coquitlam families can enjoy fun Halloween activities at home with a free kit from the City, available for pickup starting today. Read on...
  17. Salmon News Flash

    Give Bears Their Space as They Feed on Salmon

    The City of Coquitlam is reminding residents to stay at least 100 metres away from bears, following safety and traffic concerns at a local salmon-viewing spot. Read on...
  18. LAL Cancelled News Flash

    Lights at Lafarge Cancelled for 2020

    Coquitlam has officially cancelled the 2020 Lights at Lafarge display to comply with provincial COVID-19 health orders and help ensure the safety of the community. Read on...
  19. Halloween News Flash

    Have a Fun and Safe Halloween

    With Halloween quickly approaching, Coquitlam is reminding residents about fire safety tips and other safety precautions to help trick-or-treaters of all ages as well as the community-at-large to have a safe and fun night. Read on...
  20. Southwest Coquitlam Aerial View

    Share Your Vision for the Future of Southwest Coquitlam

    Residents, businesses and other stakeholders are invited to share their vision for the future of Southwest Coquitlam as the City prepares to chart a renewed course for the area’s housing, transportation and neighbourhoods. Read on...
  21. Two people standing at an interpretive sign in Hoy Creek Park

    Welcome the Salmon Home and Explore Coquitlam this Fall

    Coquitlam residents can celebrate the return of salmon to local creeks this fall with free, fun and educational self-guided activities. Read on...
  22. Home Renos

    Get Double the Rebate for Energy-efficient Home Renos

    As part of its commitment to climate action, the City is encouraging homeowners to take advantage of the special Double the Rebate Offer through the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program this fall or winter. Read on...
  23. Urban Wildlife

    Stay Safe and Keep Your Distance from Bears

    They may look cute, but bears are wild animals that require a wide berth – from both people and dogs. Read on...
  24. Robinson Cemetery

    More Services Coming to Robinson Cemetery

    Expanded burial services and a new privacy hedge are planned for Coquitlam’s cemetery over the coming year. Read on...
  25. Older woman using a tablet

    Customize Your Coquitlam Info with New Notify Me Service

    Want to stay up to date on City of Coquitlam news with a focus on the topics that interest you? Sign up for Coquitlam’s new Notify Me service at www.coquitlam.ca/notifyme. Read on...
  26. Small Business Week

    Coquitlam Celebrates Small Businesses

    This week marks Small Business Week – an annual celebration of entrepreneurship organized by the Business Development Bank of Canada. And this year, more than ever before, small businesses need support. Read on...
  27. Town Centre Park Lake View

    Digital Parking Signage Project Expanded at Town Centre Park

    Town Centre Park users will be able to find a parking spot with ease this coming fall, as the City has expanded its digital parking signage project with funding support from the federal government. Read on...
  28. November December 2020 Program Registration

    Register for Coquitlam Recreation Programs Oct. 14

    Many of Coquitlam’s popular recreation programs, such as fitness classes and swimming and skating lessons, will be continuing in November and December, with registration beginning Wednesday, Oct. 14. Read on...
  29. Communities in Bloom Image

    Coquitlam Recognized in National Community Competition

    Coquitlam has earned national recognition for programs promoting environmental action and youth involvement. Read on...
  30. Lafarge Lake Image

    Feedback Sought on Revised Concept for Lafarge Lake Loop

    The public is invited to weigh in on an updated concept for major upgrades to the Lafarge Lake loop trail at Town Centre Park. Read on...
  31. Message From the Mayor Image

    Message From the Mayor - Oct. 8, 2020

    As we head into the Thanksgiving long weekend, it’s understandable if some of you are not feeling particularly thankful right now. The silver lining to the challenges of 2020 is that they have helped to show us what’s really important in our lives. Read on...
  32. Fire Safety Cooking

    Plan Kitchen Fire Safety with Your Family

    Does everyone in your household know how to cook safely and know what to do if you have a kitchen fire? During Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 4 to 10, Coquitlam Fire/Rescue is reminding everyone that it’s important to learn about cooking safety. Read on...
  33. Heritage Management Strategy

    Have Your Say to Help Shape Coquitlam’s New Heritage Strategy

    The City is engaging the public this month in a discussion about all types of heritage – buildings, landscapes, culture and more – as it prepares to develop Coquitlam’s first Heritage Management Strategy since 2001. Read on...
  34. New Website Launch

    Coquitlam Unveils User-Friendly New Website

    Finding information about Coquitlam at home or on the go is now easier than ever, with the launch of the City’s user-friendly new website on Thursday, Oct. 8. Read on...
  35. Small Business Open

    Submit Your Small Business Profile to Coquitlam

    As Small Business Week approaches, Coquitlam is inviting its small businesses to introduce themselves to the community they serve. Read on...
  36. The Great British Columbia Shake Out

    Register for Emergency Preparedness and the Great British Columbia ShakeOut

    Get yourself and your family prepared for an emergency by signing up now for a free training session to learn to take care of your basic needs for at least 72 hours following a disaster, and participate in the Great British Columbia ShakeOut. Read on...
  37. Volunteering

    Citizen Reps Invited to Apply for Library Board and Board of Variance

    Interested in volunteering your time, sharing your expertise and helping your community? The City of Coquitlam is seeking volunteers for its two statutory committees: Board of Variance and the Coquitlam Public Library Board. Read on...
  38. Rake Fall Leaves

    Extra Yard Trimmings Collection to Start Oct. 5

    As fall yard clean up gets underway, the City is offering additional curbside collection for fallen leaves and other yard trimmings. Read on...
  39. Coquitlam

    Message From the Mayor - Oct. 2, 2020

    Fall is officially here and there are signs of it all around us: the leaves are falling, the nights are getting colder, and pumpkin spice is back. Read on...
  40. Youth Recreation

    Coquitlam Youth Centres Re-opened to Support Youth Recreation Needs

    Coquitlam youth can return to recently re-opened Getaway and Landing Youth Centres. Both centres offer group activities, social support and public information to Coquitlam youth ages 13 – 18. Read on...
  41. Indoor Sports Basketball

    Coquitlam Indoor Sports Courts Available for Fitness Fun

    Avid sports enthusiasts can return to play their favourite indoor court activities at Pinetree Community Centre. Read on...
  42. Boy in spray park

    Spray Pads Open Until Monday in Coquitlam

    With good weather in the forecast this week, Coquitlam is keeping its spray pads open until Monday, Oct. 6. Read on...
  43. Coquitlam

    Streamlined Processes, Technology Improve Development Services

    Coquitlam builders and developers are experiencing measurably faster turnaround times and better service than ever, thanks to ongoing improvements to the City’s development application processes. Read on...
  44. Washing Machine

    $100 Rebate to Replace Your Old Clothes Washer

    Coquitlam residents who are considering replacing their old clothes washers could get a $100 rebate – and save on their energy bills – by upgrading to ENERGY STAR© models before Friday, Nov. 27. Read on...
  45. Coquitlam

    Message From the Mayor - Sept. 25, 2020

    The pandemic has affected all of us in different ways. Some of us have been fortunate to have maintained a stable income. Read on...
  46. Bear with garbage

    Secure Attractants as Bears Prepare to Hibernate

    Coquitlam is advising residents and businesses to make sure their property isn’t a source of food for bears this fall as they fatten up for winter. Read on...
  47. Coquitlam

    Last Chance for Input on Coquitlam’s 2021 Budget

    Coquitlam residents and businesses have just a few days left to provide input on the City’s 2021 budget. Read on...
  48. Coquitlam

    Deadline Approaches for 2020 Tax and Utility Payments

    Coquitlam property owners have a week to pay their 2020 property tax or utility bills without penalty. Read on...
  49. Coquitlam

    Experience Live Arts and Culture at Kaleidoscope Starting Friday

    Running Sept. 25 to Oct. 5, the fifth annual festival continues its tradition of providing low-cost or free interactive art experiences that engage and entertain, but through a more intimate format in keeping with current health protocols. Read on...
  50. Coquitlam

    Construction of Washrooms Begins at Lafarge Lake

    Construction will begin shortly on new public washrooms at the southwest end of Lafarge Lake in Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park. Read on...
  51. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - Sept. 28

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, September 28, 2020. Read on...
  52. Coquitlam

    Upgraded Don Cunnings Field Reopens at Town Centre Park

    In time for the fall sports season, the newly returfed Don Cunnings Field at Town Centre Park has reopened for the public to enjoy. Read on...
  53. Coquitlam

    Coquitlam Rolls out More Community Supports this Fall

    New grants, free legal services, relaxed business rules and other community supports are coming to Coquitlam this fall as the City ramps up its broad multi-phased pandemic support plan. Read on...
  54. Coquitlam

    Reformatted Kaleidoscope Festival Takes Art into the Community

    Registration begins today for live arts and culture experiences taking place throughout Coquitlam from Sept. 25 to Oct. 5 during this year’s reformatted Kaleidoscope Arts Festival. Read on...
  55. Coquitlam

    Register for October Recreation Programs as of Sept. 16

    Coquitlam’s popular recreation programs for October are now available for viewing and registrations begin on Wednesday, Sept. 16. Read on...
  56. Coquitlam

    Coquitlam Residents Urged Caution Due to High Fire Risk

    Coquitlam residents are urged to take precautions as the city’s fire-risk rating reaches dangerously high levels during this extended stretch of hot weather. Read on...
  57. Girl on swing

    Next Phase of Cottonwood Park Expansion Set for 2021

    Construction on the next phase of expansion to Cottonwood Park is anticipated to begin in 2021 and will include sport fields, a multi-use court and activity hub. Read on...
  58. Coquitlam

    More Options Coming for Popular Seniors’ Meal Program

    Improvements are coming to the meal program that has been helping hundreds of Coquitlam seniors stay healthy during the pandemic. Read on...
  59. Coquitlam

    Major Upgrades Coming to Hickey Street Reservoir Park

    Major upgrades are coming to the sport courts at Hickey Street Reservoir Park this summer and fall with the support of federal funding. Read on...
  60. Coquitlam

    Convenient Options Available for Tax and Utility Payments

    Coquitlam property owners have several safe and convenient options to pay their 2020 property taxes or utilities before the deadline arrives on Sept. 30. Read on...
  61. Coquitlam

    Coquitlam Urges Road Safety As Students Head Back to School

    As the days start to get shorter and students return to school, Coquitlam’s Bylaw Enforcement team is joining other public safety officials in urging road safety to keep all pedestrians and motorists safe. Read on...
  62. Coquitlam

    Activities Restart Sept. 8 at Coquitlam’s 50-plus Pavilions

    Older adults in Coquitlam can soon return to some of their favourite activities at Glen Pine and Dogwood Pavilions. Read on...
  63. Coquitlam

    Message From the Mayor - Sept. 3, 2020

    We’re coming up on six months since the pandemic began, and bit by bit, we’ve been learning and adapting. At the beginning, we learned about washing our hands, and then we learned about staying home and keeping our distance. Read on...
  64. Coquitlam Crunch

    Stay Safe on the Trails in Bear Country

    Do you know what to do if you come across a bear? Coquitlam is offering bear safety tips to local trail users after a black bear recently approached a jogger on the Coquitlam Crunch trail. Read on...
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    New Archives Exhibit Unveils the Magic of Photo Conservation

    The ease of reprinting digital photos these days means people no longer have to worry about losing a treasured snapshot to physical damage. Read on...
  66. Coquitlam

    Design Your Own 2021 Budget for Coquitlam

    Want to try your hand at designing the City of Coquitlam’s budget for next year? Read on...
  67. Coquitlam

    Help Design the Future Sheffield Park

    Coquitlam is collecting public feedback to help refine the recreation elements for a new family-friendly neighbourhood park coming to Burke Mountain in 2021. Read on...
  68. Woman in park on a laptop

    Have Your Say on Improvements to Spani Pool

    Residents and user groups are invited to provide their ideas on what’s possible for planned improvements to Spani Outdoor Pool. Read on...
  69. Coquitlam

    Improvements Coming to Address Coquitlam Crunch Concerns

    Work on a number of improvements benefiting Coquitlam Crunch users and neighbouring residents is slated to begin in the coming weeks. Read on...
  70. Coquitlam

    Coquitlam in Bloom Activities Focus on Community Spirit, Pollinators

    Activities that promote community spirit and pollinators will be the foundation for Coquitlam’s 2020 Communities in Bloom competition entry. Read on...
  71. Durant Linear Park

    Durant Linear Park Unveiled in Coquitlam

    Last month marked the completion of Durant Linear Park in Coquitlam - an exciting addition to Coquitlam’s already vast and connected trail network. Read on...
  72. Coquitlam

    Show Pollinators Some Love and Help Coquitlam Bloom

    Coquitlam is encouraging local residents to show pollinators some love this summer and fall. Read on...
  73. Coquitlam

    Help Keep Bears Safe

    With the current summer heat, Coquitlam is reminding residents to do their part to help bears seek natural food sources, not garbage. Read on...
  74. Coquitlam

    Register for Coquitlam September Recreation Programs Aug. 12

    September recreation programs in Coquitlam for people of all ages and interests will be open for registration starting Aug. 12. Read on...
  75. Coquitlam

    Responsible Use Encouraged at Coquitlam Parks

    With sunny weather drawing more people outdoors, Coquitlam is encouraging the public to enjoy the City’s parks and trails while making sure to use them responsibly. Read on...
  76. Road Map Will Chart the Course for Major Coquitlam Facility Projects

    More than two dozen major recreation and cultural facility projects are planned in Coquitlam in the next 10 to 15 years, and by 2021 the City will have a road map to guide the way. Read on...
  77. Coquitlam

    R&B and Indie Artists Wrap Up Summer Concert Series

    Two powerful indie and R&B vocalists will share their uplifting original offerings in the final two dates of Coquitlam’s 2020 Summer Concert Series at Home. Read on...
  78. Message From the Mayor - July 30, 2020

    Summer weather has arrived – finally – and it’s great to see our residents getting out to enjoy it at Coquitlam’s many parks, trails and natural spaces. Read on...
  79. Coquitlam

    Work on Heritage Management Strategy Enters Next Phase

    Stakeholder and public consultation to begin in late summer and fall. Read on...
  80. Discovery Centre and Coffee Shop Coming to Burke Mountain in 2021

    Burke Mountain residents may have another option for their morning cup of joe by next summer, when a new neighbourhood hub opens its doors. Read on...
  81. Be Mindful of Fire Safety While Doing Home Renovations

    Residents planning home renovations this summer can minimize their risk from fires by following some simple guidelines. Read on...
  82. Have Your Say on Options for Sheffield Park

    Burke Mountain residents are invited to weigh in on options for a new neighbourhood park in Coquitlam’s Smiling Creek neighbourhood. Read on...
  83. Coquitlam Tackles Impact of Climate Change with New Plan

    Coquitlam has created a plan to reduce the impact of hotter summers, higher rainfall and other consequences of climate change on City services, infrastructure and the community. Read on...
  84. Coquitlam

    Enjoy Activities at Coquitlam Rec Facilities this Month

    Coquitlam residents can escape the summer heat with pre-registered access to some indoor recreation activities, starting next week. Read on...
  85. Make Someone’s Day July 29 with a Random Act of Coquitlam

    Local residents can make someone’s day – and help local businesses – on July 29 by performing a “random act of Coquitlam.” Read on...
  86. Op Ed - Planning the Vibrant Social and Commercial Heart of Burke Mountain

    This future hub for Burke Mountain took a step forward July 10 with changes to the Official Community Plan (OCP) and approvals of policies and guidelines for development Read on...
  87. Tips for Coquitlam Homeowners to Prevent Wildfires

    Coquitlam Fire /Rescue would like to remind homeowners who live near green spaces to take steps that may prevent the cause of a wildfire as a result of a fire on their property as well as take steps to prevent a wildfire from spreading to their property. Read on...
  88. Soul, Folk and Country Hit the Virtual Concert Stage July 24 and 31

    Music lovers following Coquitlam’s free online Summer Concert Series are in for a treat July 24 and 31, as three distinctive artists take to the virtual stage. Read on...
  89. More New Patios Coming to Coquitlam

    There will soon be more patios to enjoy this summer in Coquitlam as the City is expanding the new program to help businesses set up temporary patios and outdoor spaces on public property. Read on...
  90. More Indoor City Facilities Reopening Soon in Coquitlam

    More in-person City services – including limited access to indoor recreation – are in store this summer as Coquitlam moves to the next phase of its reopening plan. Read on...
  91. Coquitlam Reimagines its Block Party Program

    Coquitlam residents are encouraged to connect with neighbours safely and take advantage of the $150 grant through the City’s reimagined Block Party Program. Read on...
  92. Outdoor Pickleball Court Piloted at Blue Mountain Park

    Coquitlam is piloting dedicated outdoor pickleball courts at Blue Mountain Park this summer as interest in the sport continues to surge. Read on...
  93. Smokers Face Hefty Fines in Coquitlam Parks

    As the nicer weather returns, Coquitlam is reminding all local park users—don’t let our parks go up in smoke. Individuals caught smoking in Coquitlam parks during summer months will face a $500 fine. Read on...
  94. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - July 27

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, July 27, 2020. Read on...
  95. Improvements Coming to Crunch Trail Through Five-year Plan

    Fitness equipment, viewing decks and other improvements are anticipated for the popular Crunch Trail next year. Read on...
  96. Coquitlam Increases Time Allotment for Outdoor Pool Swims

    Effective Monday, July 13 booked swim times at Coquitlam’s Eagle Ridge and Spani outdoor pools will increase from 30 to 40 minutes. Read on...
  97. Food Vendors Return to Town Centre Park

    Food vendors have returned to Town Centre Park for the summer as part of Coquitlam’s TCP Eats Program. Read on...
  98. Message From the Mayor - July 10, 2020

    Summer vacation this year is going to be different for most of us, but lucky for us in Coquitlam, being forced to stay close to home isn’t a bad thing. Read on...
  99. Coquitlam Moves Forward with Environmental Plan

    Plans for improving sustainable transportation, reducing waste and curbing greenhouse gases – top issues for Coquitlam residents – will be among the focus areas of the City’s first environmental strategy. Read on...
  100. Register for Modified August Camps and Programs

    Coquitlam will start taking registrations July 8 for August outdoor day camps and outdoor fitness classes with modifications to protect public health. Read on...
  101. Online Summer Concert Series Kicks Off July 10

    Latin, pop, country, dance and other musical acts will heat up screens across Coquitlam on Friday nights this summer in this year’s online Summer Concert Series at Home. Read on...
  102. Have Your Say July 6 on Plans to Modernize Commercial Zones

    The public will have a final chance to comment July 6 on Coquitlam’s plan to modernize and simplify its commercial zones to support businesses. Read on...
  103. Packed Entertainment Lineup Planned for Canada Day

    Magic, multicultural dancing, and music ranging from children’s rock to high-energy country are part of the packed entertainment lineup planned for Coquitlam’s online Canada Day celebrations tomorrow. Read on...
  104. Celebrate Canada Day at Home with Help from Coquitlam Businesses

    Coquitlam businesses are getting into the Canada Day spirit with deals and packages to help residents celebrate safely at home. Read on...
  105. Tree Watering Program Maintains Coquitlam’s Urban Forest

    Coquitlam has once again installed watering bags to help out young trees and keep the city’s urban forest healthy during drier spells. Read on...
  106. Message From the Mayor - June 24, 2020 - Canada Day

    With Canada Day coming up next week, many of us are reflecting on what it means to be Canadian. Read on...
  107. Stay Connected with Free Wi-Fi Around Coquitlam

    Looking to stay connected while on the go or enjoying the outdoors in Coquitlam? Free Wi-Fi is available at dozens of parks and public amenities across the city. Read on...
  108. Coquitlam Parks Recreation & Culture E-News Keeps You Up-to-Date

    Sign up now to receive bi-weekly newsletters to stay up-to-date on all things Coquitlam Parks, Recreation and Culture (PRC). Read on...
  109. Eagle Ridge and Spani Outdoor Pools Open June 27

    Coquitlam's Eagle Ridge and Spani outdoor pools will reopen for use on Saturday, June 27 by pre-registration only. Read on...
  110. Coquitlam Kicks off 75 Days of Summer

    Tourism Coquitlam is kicking off 75 Days of Summer today with contests, insider tips of things to do, and places to visit, eat or drink – all in Coquitlam. Read on...
  111. Coquitlam Launches Two-year Review of Southwest Housing

    Coquitlam will soon kick off a two-year review intended to create vibrant neighbourhoods with more housing options in the southwest part of the community. Read on...
  112. More Coquitlam Residents Helping to Keep Bears Away

    More and more Coquitlam residents are doing their part to keep bears away, according to new statistics. Read on...
  113. Coquitlam Invests in Business Recovery

    Coquitlam is dedicating $25,000 in preliminary funding to help local businesses re-open or expand during the pandemic. Read on...
  114. Coquitlam Celebrates its Environmental Champions

    Coquitlam celebrated its environmental champions last night with a special online award presentation. Read on...
  115. Help Rid Coquitlam of Invasive Species

    The City of Coquitlam has made the control of invasive species, including Giant Hogweed, a priority due to the threat they pose to the natural ecosystem and human health. Read on...
  116. Message From the Mayor - June 19, 2020 - Class of 2020

    Normally at this time of year I would be giving grad speeches at our local high schools. Read on...
  117. Environmental Achievement Awards Announced June 22

    Coquitlam will recognize the recipients of the 2020 Environmental Achievement Awards at the City Council meeting broadcast on June 22. Read on...
  118. Town Centre Recycling Depot Reopens

    Coquitlam residents can once again bring their household recyclables to the Town Centre Recycling Depot, which has reopened with safety measures in place to protect residents and staff. Read on...
  119. Watch for New Streamlined Curbside Collection Calendar

    A new streamlined version of Coquitlam’s curbside collection calendar will hit local mailboxes this week. Read on...
  120. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - June 15

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, June 15, 2020. Read on...
  121. Public Consultation to Resume on City Projects

    Coquitlam will soon start engaging the public again on non-pandemic issues, after residents gave the idea a thumbs up in a recent survey. Read on...
  122. Join in Coquitlam’s Online Canada Day Event at Home

    Join in the fun at home July 1 as Coquitlam presents its annual Canada Day celebrations online with live music, dance, interactive activities and more. Read on...
  123. Coquitlam Reopens Fields and Courts to Sport User Groups

    Coquitlam has reopened its outdoor fields and sport courts to sport user groups for modified club use, including skills development and practice. Read on...
  124. Appointments Now Accepted for Select City Services

    Coquitlam is now accepting appointments for meetings with staff and in-person services at some facilities, with more to come as the City moves forward with its phased reopening. Read on...
  125. Coquitlam Residents Surveyed on New Shopping Habits

    Coquitlam residents are being asked how the pandemic is changing how they shop, dine out and travel in a new survey. Read on...
  126. Outreach Campaign Offers Support to Coquitlam Businesses

    Coquitlam’s Economic Development staff are hitting the pavement over the next two weeks to make sure local businesses know what supports are available to them during the pandemic. Read on...
  127. Message From the Mayor - June 11, 2020

    As more businesses and City amenities start to reopen, life is starting to feel just that little bit more normal. Families in particular are thrilled to be able to use playgrounds again – and soon, spray pads and outdoor pools. Read on...
  128. Spray Pads and Outdoor Pools Opening Soon in Coquitlam

    More open-air amenities will soon open in Coquitlam, with spray pads set for June 15 and outdoor pools scheduled to open June 27. Read on...
  129. Spaces Still Available in Coquitlam Kids’ Camps and Adult Fitness

    Coquitlam has started taking registrations for outdoor recreation programs offered in July and there are a number of kids’ half-day camps and fitness classes still available. Read on...
  130. Regional Coordination of Re-Opening Dates

    Each municipality in Metro Vancouver is working diligently in re-opening parks, recreation, cultural and library services to our residents and patrons. Read on...
  131. Celebrate Archives Week with a Virtual Visit to the City’s Past

    Coquitlam residents interested in learning more about their community can find a treasure trove of City history online. Read on...
  132. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - July 6

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, July 6, 2020. Read on...
  133. City Accomplishments Highlighted in 2019 Annual Report

    Coquitlam released its 2019 Annual Report to the public today, offering a look back at the City’s focus areas and accomplishments last year. Read on...
  134. Message From the Mayor - June 5, 2020 - Seniors' Week

    It’s BC Seniors’ Week, a time each year when we celebrate our seniors and everything they contribute to our families and community. Seniors’ Week also reminds us to make space in our busy lives for the seniors we know and love. Read on...
  135. Coquitlam Introduces Plan for Phased Reopening

    Coquitlam residents and businesses can look forward to scheduled access to some City facilities starting in mid-June, as the City announces plans for a phased reopening. Read on...
  136. Message From the Mayor - May 29, 2020

    After being cooped up for a while now, the prospect of being able to safely dine out, get a haircut and visit our local shops again is quite exciting. Read on...
  137. Coquitlam Adopts Expedited Process for Business Outdoor Spaces

    Coquitlam has introduced a simple, expedited process to help businesses set up temporary patios and outdoor spaces in as little as two days. Read on...
  138. Options Available to Taxpayers as 2020 Notices Mailed Out

    Property tax notices are being mailed out to Coquitlam homes and businesses this week, but much is different about tax time 2020. Read on...
  139. Coquitlam Reopens Playgrounds and Outdoor Sport Courts

    Coquitlam residents are urged to continue to do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19 as about 50 playgrounds and dozens of outdoor sport courts reopen across the city this week. Read on...
  140. Construction of New Mundy Park Playground Begins Soon

    Work will begin this month on a major upgrade to Mundy Park’s playground. Read on...
  141. Virtual Seniors’ Week Kicks Off Today in Coquitlam

    Coquitlam has moved its Seniors’ Week festivities online for 2020, with a variety of activities celebrating residents aged 50 and up. Read on...
  142. Playgrounds Set to Reopen Across the Tri-Cities

    With warmer weather ahead, local children will have more options to play outdoors after playgrounds reopen in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody and village of Anmore. Read on...
  143. Register June 1 for Modified Summer Camps and Programs

    Coquitlam will start taking registrations June 1 for outdoor day camps and outdoor fitness classes offered in July, with modifications to protect public health. Read on...
  144. Photo Backdrops and Frames Help Grads Celebrate

    Coquitlam has put a fun twist on one typical graduation ritual – photos – to support the class of 2020. Read on...
  145. Coquitlam Puts In Motion Plans to Support Businesses

    Coquitlam is moving forward with a number of actions to help support businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Read on...
  146. Video and Resources Encourage Residents to Go by Bike

    Coquitlam has launched a new video today showcasing its cycling routes and amenities to kick off Go by Bike Week. Read on...
  147. City Park Hosts Supporting Safe Trail and Park Use

    Coquitlam's Park Hosts are ramping up their monitoring of City parks and trails to ensure physical distancing rules are followed on the long weekend. Read on...
  148. Message From the Mayor - May 22, 2020

    If there was ever a year we needed a nice spring, this is certainly it. The warm, sunny days we’ve been enjoying have allowed us to get outside more, providing some respite from the uncertainty and anxiety we’re feeling. Read on...
  149. Love Your Lawn Again with These Tips

    We’re all spending more time in our yards these days, but are Chafer beetles or other lawn issues getting you down? Good lawn care practices throughout the year can help defend your lawn against pests, disease and damage. Read on...
  150. Major Expansion to EV Charging Network in Coquitlam

    Coquitlam is rolling out the biggest expansion yet of its electric vehicle charging network, with the support of federal funding. Read on...
  151. Coquitlam Asks Community: Do You Want to Have Your Say?

    Are you ready be consulted on issues other than the pandemic – and if so, how? Read on...
  152. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - June 1

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, June 1, 2020. Read on...
  153. Stage 1 Water Use Restrictions Now in Effect

    Metro Vancouver’s regional Stage 1 water use restrictions went into effect May 1 and will continue until Oct. 15. Read on...
  154. Online Awards Honour Those Supporting Tri-Cities Youth

    Youth Week 2020 wrapped up across the Tri-Cities on May 7 with an online awards event recognizing young people, adult mentors, businesses, organizations and youth groups making a difference in the lives of local youth. Read on...
  155. Coquitlam Offers Meal Delivery and Other Support to Seniors

    Coquitlam is offering meal delivery, a friendly voice on the phone and other support to seniors during the COVID-19 health crisis. Read on...
  156. Enjoy the Outdoors Safely with CoquitlamSPIRIT

    If thoughts of the long weekend ahead have you yearning for the outdoors, CoquitlamSPIRIT offers some ways to enjoy nature safely. Read on...
  157. Message From the Mayor - May 14, 2020

    We’ve had some good news recently about how B.C. is flattening the curve, and many of us are excited about the prospect of getting back to some of our normal activities. Read on...
  158. Unlimited Yard Trimmings Collection and Large Item Pickup Programs Resume

    Coquitlam’s seasonal unlimited yard trimmings collection and large item pickup programs will resume service effective May 19. Read on...
  159. City Thanks Community for CoquitlamSPIRIT

    A new video launched today expresses the City’s gratitude for how the community has pulled together and displayed their CoquitlamSPIRIT through acts of caring and community connections. Read on...
  160. New Technology Solutions Improve Service Now, and Tomorrow

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been a game-changer for technology in Coquitlam, as solutions for emerging needs are quickly becoming part of the way the City does business. Read on...
  161. Paid Opportunities Offered for Coquitlam Canada Day Celebration

    Coquitlam is offering performers, businesses, artisans and non-profits a chance to get paid to participate in its first-ever online Canada Day celebration. Read on...
  162. Virtual Exhibit Celebrates International Nurses Day

    In honour of International Nurses Day and the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth, Coquitlam Archives' current online exhibit shines a spotlight on the School of Psychiatric Nursing at the Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale. Read on...
  163. Fee Changes and e-Signatures Support Economic Recovery

    Coquitlam is taking steps this week to help free up cash flow and reduce red tape to ensure construction and the related economic spinoffs continue during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  164. Coquitlam Reimagines its Summer Events and Celebrations

    Coquitlam has reimagined this year’s summertime civic events and festivals to allow the community to have fun, connect and celebrate safely. Read on...
  165. Five Ideas for Those Seeking a Trail Less Travelled

    With warmer weather expected to draw more people outside this weekend, Coquitlam has compiled five options for people seeking a trail less travelled. Read on...
  166. New Portal and Survey Launched to Support Businesses

    Coquitlam launched an online portal and survey for its businesses today – the City’s latest effort to provide them with tools and support during the pandemic and beyond. Read on...
  167. Message From the Mayor - May 7, 2020 - Mental Health Week

    Many of you know that mental health is a topic that is near and dear to me. This week the whole country is talking about it during Mental Health Week May 4 to 10, and there’s no better time than now to be having that conversation. Read on...
  168. Help Keep Parks and Trails Clean and Safe

    More people are escaping to Coquitlam’s outdoor spaces for a break during the pandemic, but not everyone is properly disposing of their litter. Read on...
  169. Select Outdoor Amenities To Reopen Saturday

    Coquitlam will be reopening select outdoor amenities where physical distancing can be maintained, while keeping playgrounds and sport courts closed at this time. Read on...
  170. Open Letter from City Council to Our Community

    The health crisis has forced all of us to rethink our priorities and in many cases, make hard decisions. That’s true for the City as well. Read on...
  171. Coquitlam Offers Ideas to Celebrate Moms this Mother’s Day

    Coquitlam is paying tribute to all moms this week as we approach one of the most unusual Mother’s Day celebrations in history. Read on...
  172. $5-Million Plan Supports Community Now and in the Future

    Coquitlam is moving forward with a broad COVID-19 response plan that includes immediate relief for taxpayers and a funding allocation for a community recovery plan aimed at providing targeted and meaningful support to those in need. Read on...
  173. Get Prepared During Emergency Preparedness Week

    If recent events have taught us anything, it’s that crises definitely test our preparedness, and it is with that lens that Coquitlam supports this year’s Emergency Preparedness Week (EP Week) from May 3–9. Read on...
  174. Options Available as Recreation Facilities Remain Closed

    While Coquitlam recreation facilities remain closed throughout May, free online options are available to stay active, healthy and connected. Read on...
  175. Free Activities for All Ages as Coquitlam Pilots Online Classes

    Missing the social interaction from your favourite recreation program? Coquitlam is offering the next best thing to being there, with a new series of free live online registered programs running in May and June. Read on...
  176. Message From the Mayor - Youth Week

    This Friday, Coquitlam will kick off our annual celebration of BC Youth Week, which recognizes youth and the contributions they make to their communities. Read on...
  177. What You Pour Down the Storm Drain Could be Deadly to Fish

    The recent death of fish in Coquitlam’s Hoy Creek serves as a reminder that dumping paint, oil and other chemicals down the storm drain can be deadly to local aquatic life. Read on...
  178. Coquitlam Moves Up Facility Maintenance During Closures

    Coquitlam is making good use of the forced closure of City recreation facilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  179. Message From the Mayor - April 23, 2020 - Volunteer Week

    It’s often said that if you want to feel better, help someone else. That’s a fitting sentiment this week as we celebrate the contributions of Coquitlam’s volunteers during National Volunteer Week. Read on...
  180. Seek Out Hidden Gems for a Safe Outdoor Experience

    With more than 90 kilometres of trails and 3,400 acres of parks and green spaces, Coquitlam offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors safely and responsibly. Read on...
  181. Stay Healthy and Connected with CoquitlamSPIRIT

    Coquitlam residents can discover healthy and fun things to do, get support and connect with their community in the new CoquitlamSPIRIT online space. Read on...
  182. Celebrate Earth Day with Simple, Planet-Friendly Activities

    With Earth Day approaching on April 22, the City of Coquitlam has rounded up some ideas to help residents plan their own celebration at home. Read on...
  183. Still Time to Nominate a Coquitlam Environmental Champion

    Coquitlam residents, students and organizations have until May 1 to submit nominations for the City’s 2020 Environmental Achievement Awards. Read on...
  184. Do Your Part to Help Keep Local Bears Safe

    With bears out of hibernation and searching for food, Coquitlam is reminding residents to do their part to keep bears away. Read on...
  185. Message From the Mayor - April 16, 2020

    When I think about what will help us get through these difficult times, what comes to mind is care, compassion, connection and community. Read on...
  186. Message From The Mayor - April 9, 2020

    Some of you may be contemplating the upcoming long weekend with less excitement than usual. It can be very disappointing to have to cancel your plans to travel, or to get together with family and friends. Read on...
  187. Open Letter to Our Community

    As we face the uncertain days ahead, you can rely on the City of Coquitlam to continue to do our part. Read on...
  188. Coquitlam Crunch Users Reminded to Maintain Distance

    Last month the City introduced one-way traffic and other measures to protect public health along the Coquitlam Crunch trail, but may need to consider closing the trail or implementing other restrictions if users don’t follow the rules. Read on...
  189. Coquitlam Extends Program Cancellation, Looks to Summer

    Coquitlam has cancelled all registered recreation programs until June 30 and delayed registration amid the COVID-19 health crisis, while providing online activities and continuing to plan for the summer. Read on...
  190. Community Role Essential for COVID-19 Compliance

    As Coquitlam continues to support provincial health orders to slow the spread of COVID-19, the City is urging the public to do its part as well. Read on...
  191. Message from The Mayor - April 2

    This is a challenging time for businesses. Many are struggling, and some fear they won’t survive the COVID-19 crisis. Read on...
  192. Coquitlam Businesses Encouraged to Access Supports and Resources

    Coquitlam is encouraging businesses to take advantage of the supports and resources available to them during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  193. Coquitlam Fitness and Recreation Goes Virtual

    Missing your favourite drop-in fitness class or your child’s favourite after-school program? Take advantage of Coquitlam’s free online fitness and recreation resources. Read on...
  194. Bear Sightings Prompt Reminder to Secure Attractants

    Sightings of a black bear this week in Coquitlam are a reminder of the ongoing need to secure waste and other attractants - even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  195. Modifications to Coquitlam Curbside Waste Collection

    To protect the safety of crews, the City’s Large Item Pick-up and Seasonal Unlimited Yard Trimmings programs have been temporarily suspended. The City’s bi-weekly garbage and weekly green cart collection will continue as scheduled. Read on...
  196. Coquitlam Cancels Events in May, Assesses Others

    Coquitlam has cancelled all May event bookings at City parks and facilities based on ongoing direction from B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer and the need to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
  197. Message from the Mayor

    A message from the Mayor Read on...
  198. Coquitlam Closes Public Washrooms, Sport Fields, Sport Courts and Skateparks

    To help stop the spread of COVID-19, effective immediately, the City of Coquitlam will be closing all sport fields, sport courts and skateparks, including tennis courts and table games in parks. Read on...
  199. Coquitlam Cracks Down on Unauthorized Supply Sales

    People trying to profit from unauthorized sales of medical and other essential supplies in Coquitlam could find themselves paying a $500 fine instead. Read on...
  200. Coquitlam Planning & Development Services During COVID-19

    While City Hall is closed to the public at this time, Coquitlam is still providing modified services to process development and building applications, issue permits, and conduct site inspections. Read on...
  201. Recreation Program Registration Delayed to April 8-9

    In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the City will be delaying spring recreation program registration to April 8-9. Read on...
  202. Coquitlam Closes Dog Parks in Response to COVID-19

    In a further effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, effective immediately, all of Coquitlam's fenced off-leash dog parks will be closed. Read on...
  203. A Message From The Mayor - March 20, 2020

    A message from Mayor Richard Stewart. Read on...
  204. Coquitlam Will Not Enforce March 31 Utility Bill Deadline

    Coquitlam property owners struggling with the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic now have extra time to pay their 2020 Utility Bill. Read on...
  205. Coquitlam Temporarily Closes City Playgrounds

    Playgrounds in Coquitlam parks were temporarily closed today in response to the evolving COVID-19 situation. Read on...
  206. Coquitlam Closes All City Facilities to Public

    Following the Provincial government announcement of a province-wide state of emergency related to COVID-19, the City of Coquitlam will be closing all civic facilities to the public until further notice. Read on...
  207. Coquitlam Closes Recreation Facilities, Cancels Events and Camps

    Further to today’s direction from the Government of Canada and BC’s Provincial Health Officer, effective the end of the day on March 16, the City of Coquitlam will be closing most of its civic facilities to the public until further notice. Read on...
  208. Refunds and Registration for City Programs

    Further to yesterday's direction from the Government of Canada and BC’s Provincial Health Officer, the City of Coquitlam has closed most of its civic facilities to the public until further notice and cancelled all Spring Break camps and activities. Read on...
  209. COVID-19 – City of Coquitlam Update for Sunday, March 15, 2020

    The City of Coquitlam is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and is following the direction and recommendations of the BC Provincial Health Officer and local health authority (Fraser Health). Read on...
  210. COVID-19 – City of Coquitlam Update for Friday, March 13, 2020

    The City of Coquitlam continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely to ensure we continue to respond to emerging issues as they relate to City facilities, programs, services and events. Read on...
  211. Coquitlam Junior Fire Fighter Program Year Two

    Coquitlam Fire/Rescue, in partnership with School District No. 43, is continuing into the second year of their Junior Firefighter Program. Read on...
  212. Coquitlam Taking Proactive Measures to Support Public Safety

    We know that members of our community may have concerns about the spread of COVID-19 and the City will be providing updates, as required, on the impacts to Coquitlam programs, services and facilities. Read on...
  213. Plans for Town Centre Park and Lake Loop Trail

    Coquitlam is planning a major upgrade to the much-loved Lafarge Lake loop trail at Town Centre Park, including a wharf and public access to the lake’s island for the first time. Read on...
  214. Coquitlam City Hall Elevator and Roof Replacement

    Coquitlam City Hall’s main public elevator is getting replaced with work scheduled to begin March 11 and should be completed by mid-May. Read on...
  215. Mark Your Calendars – Coquitlam Town Hall Thursday, April 2

    Coquitlam residents, business owners, students and others who are interested in our community are invited to participate in the City’s Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, April 2 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Read on...
  216. SignMeUp – New Online Registration System Launches Today

    The City of Coquitlam is making it easier to register for recreation programs and services with the launch of our new online recreation system. Read on...
  217. Nominate Environmental Champions in Coquitlam

    The City of Coquitlam is inviting nominations for its 2020 Environmental Achievement Awards to recognize volunteers and environmental stewards who work to promote, preserve and enhance Coquitlam's natural environment. Read on...
  218. Technology Continues to Improve City Services

    Technology is increasingly putting City services at the fingertips of Coquitlam residents, and more improvements are on the way. Read on...
  219. Submit Spirit of Coquitlam Grant Applications by March 31

    Non-profit community organizations have until March 31 to apply for funding through the City’s Spirit Grant program. Read on...
  220. Food Vendors Sought for Popular Coquitlam Events

    Are you a local food vendor looking for summer event opportunities? Coquitlam is now accepting applications for food vendors wishing to provide services at the City’s most popular events and reach thousands of people. Read on...
  221. City Centre Aquatic Complex Expanding with Renovation

    Coquitlam is moving forward with plans to expand the City Centre Aquatic Complex, with a proposed renovation project now moving into the design phase. Read on...
  222. $140 Million in Parks and Facilities Upgrades Under Way

    Coquitlam’s ambitious 2020 capital program will see about $140 million in parks and facilities upgrades initiated this year, from new trailside washrooms to multi-year YMCA and Place Maillardville projects. Read on...
  223. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - Feb. 24

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, February 24, 2020. Read on...
  224. 2020 Utility Payments are Due

    Coquitlam households will be receiving their 2020 utility notices this week and payment is due Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Read on...
  225. Coquitlam Recognized as a Top Employer for Third Year

    The City of Coquitlam has been named a Top Employer in B.C. for the third year in a row. Read on...
  226. New Online Registration System for Parks, Recreation & Culture Programs

    The City of Coquitlam is making it easier to register for recreation programs with the launch of a new registration system coming March 2020. Read on...
  227. Future Oakdale Land Use Goes to Public Hearing Feb. 24

    A public hearing on Feb. 24 will provide a final chance to comment on how Burquitlam’s Oakdale neighbourhood will develop over the next 25 years. Read on...
  228. Citizen Satisfaction on the Rise: Coquitlam Survey

    Citizen satisfaction with Coquitlam’s services is on the rise while transportation, housing and growth continue to be top community issues, according to a new City survey. Read on...
  229. Celebrate Family Day in Coquitlam

    Looking to spend quality time with your family over the long weekend? Coquitlam is serving up family fun all over the City. Read on...
  230. Westwood Plateau Parking Restrictions Activated for Tuesday, Feb. 4

    Due to the latest forecast of a significant snow event for Tuesday, Feb. 4, the City of Coquitlam is activating the Westwood Plateau Parking restrictions. Read on...
  231. Tall Mass Timber Buildings Could Be Coming to Coquitlam

    Coquitlam is applying to be one of B.C.’s early adopters of tall mass timber construction in the hopes of providing more options for the type of construction permitted in the City, leading to an increase in housing options. Read on...
  232. Heavy Rain in the Forecast

    The weather forecast, ?which includes high winds and anticipated rainfall over the next few days, has prompted a High Streamflow Advisory by the River Forecast Centre. Read on...
  233. Volunteer Guest Speaking Opportunities Available in Coquitlam Recreation Facilities

    Coquitlam is seeking community partners to engage seniors on a variety of topics in recreation centres this fall. Read on...
  234. Have Your Say on Coquitlam Seniors Strategy

    Coquitlam residents now have their final chance to comment on a strategy that will shape the City’s parks, recreation and culture services for those 50+ for the next 15 years... Read on...
  235. Coquitlam Named a Finalist in B.C. Open for Business Awards

    Coquitlam has been named a finalist in the province-wide Open for Business Awards, recognizing the successes of the City’s innovative Business LinQ service. Read on...
  236. Coquitlam

    Coquitlam Snow Response and Service Updates

    City of Coquitlam crews are currently working to address the continuous and intense snow fall and freezing temperatures that have hit Metro Vancouver this week. Read on...
  237. Coquitlam

    Task Force Produces Comprehensive Report on 3030 Gordon Shelter

    A new report tabled by the 3030 Gordon Emergency Shelter Task Force provides a comprehensive look at the community impacts of the shelter, as well as a strategic action plan. Read on...
  238. Coquitlam

    Notice of Public Hearing - Jan. 27

    Notice is hereby given that the City of Coquitlam will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, January 27, 2020. Read on...
  239. Coquitlam

    Artificial Turf Field To Be Constructed with Support from Wesbild

    A partnership between the City of Coquitlam, School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) and Wesbild Holdings has secured funding for a lit artificial turf field and other amenities at the new middle/secondary school and park planned for Burke Mountain. Read on...
  240. Coquitlam

    Be Prepared for Snow

    Metro Vancouver is expecting a cooling trend with potential snow flurries in the next few days and snowfall this coming weekend. Coquitlam residents are reminded to make sure they are prepared and ‘winter wise.’ Read on...
  241. Coquitlam

    New Change Rooms for Arena 3 at Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex

    New player and referee change rooms will be added to Arena 3 at Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex (PSLC) in 2020, with the purpose of improving function and user experiences. Read on...
  242. Coquitlam

    Older Adults Can Get Active with Free Recreation Program

    Coquitlam is excited to be continuing a partnership with BC Recreation & Parks Association (BCRPA) to bring you the free program, Choose to Move. Read on...
  243. Coquitlam

    Help Shape the Future of Coquitlam’s Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery

    Coquitlam residents are invited to help the City shape the future of Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery. Read on...
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