The City will be installing new concrete stairs, refreshing the landscaping, as well as the pathways.
A Master Planning process is underway for Blue Mountain Park.
The City is building outdoor sport and recreation amenities for future school and community use on the site of the future middle school/high school in partnership with School District 43.
Burke Village Park will be a community park centrally located in the Burke Mountain Village next to the future Northeast Community Centre
Burquitlam Park has been temporarily closed. This site will be the future home of the Coquitlam YMCA, Community Police Station, park-and-ride, and more.
Building on the City’s commitment to revitalize older parks in Coquitlam, Crane Park will be undergoing many upgrades.
Coquitlam is planning to expand the Crunch trail to the south and rolling out other improvements to offer additional outdoor recreation options for residents.
Cottonwood Park is undergoing a major multi-year expansion that started in 2018.
The City of Coquitlam is moving forward with phase three of the Glen Park Master Plan.
The parking lot will be getting an upgrade.
A development application has been received for lands south of Smiling Creek Elementary School and Park.
Town Centre Park is undergoing upgrades guided by the Town Centre Park Master Plan.