The Annual Report contains important information related to City operations including a financial overview, highlights and accomplishments, and progress being made on Council’s strategic goals each year.
Whereas Coquitlam’s Strategic Plan outlines five major strategic goals for the City, the Business Plan provides the annual action plan for the organization.
Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery is in Southwest Coquitlam owned and operated by the City. The need to develop a Cemetery Services Plan was identified in the Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan.
The Citywide Official Community Plan (CWOCP) is a comprehensive plan that guides the overall future of the City and provides a broad framework for managing future change.
The Community Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy looks at opportunities to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions across the broader community.
Coquitlam's Film Strategy provides the guidance needed to effectively manage and build Coquitlam's Film Program.
Coquitlam’s Technology Strategy provides a framework for growing Coquitlam’s technology sector and outlines the direction needed to enhance the economic impact of this sector.
The Coquitlam Tourism Strategy is the framework of key areas of focus and goals to be implemented over the next five years to develop the tourism sector in Coquitlam.
Building on Coquitlam's strengths, the City developed an Economic Action Plan to enhance long-term fundamentals of the local economy and to better position Coquitlam as part of the regional economy.
With the advancement of a wide variety of environmental initiatives across many City departments, the City is developing a strategic Environmental Sustainability Plan (ESP) to incorporate the City’s various environmental goals and objectives and supporting programs and policies into an overarching strategy.
The Financial Plan ensures responsible money management and relates directly to the priorities identified by the community.
Through the Housing Affordability Strategy, Coquitlam's goal is to work with partners from the non-profit, private and public sectors to ensure that a wide variety of housing types, sizes, tenures and prices can be offered in Coquitlam in the years to come.
The City is developing a user-friendly document that will distil and map out the complex process of funding, designing, constructing and operating more than 25 planned facility projects.
Council approved the City’s Multiculturalism Strategic Plan in July 2011. The Plan was developed under a matching grant with Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
The Master Plan tells the story of parks, recreation and culture in the City of Coquitlam. It shows where we are today, what we do well, where there are opportunities to improve, and how to provide the best balance of services for Coquitlam residents. Supporting plans and strategies within different service areas of PRC assist the department in achieving the high-level goals outlined in the Master Plan.
Coquitlam's Strategic Plan is goal-oriented and includes the City's vision, mission, values and five strategic goals that build on the four cornerstones supporting the City's vision: Live, Work, Plan and Leadership.
The Strategic Transportation Plan is a comprehensive and multi-modal Plan developed in consultation with the public. It serves as a "road map" for Coquitlam’s transportation system over the next 20 years and beyond.
The Evergreen Line represents a significant, long-term transportation investment in Coquitlam and a key city building opportunity.