In accordance with the Public Notice Bylaw No. 5334, 2023, the City provides statutory notices electronically on the City’s website and through the City’s email subscription service (NotifyMe) in addition to posting notices at City Hall. To view current notices on the website, please visit, coquitlam.ca/PublicNotices. To subscribe to Council News NotifyMe emails, please visit coquitlam.ca/NotifyMe.
About Council and Committee Meetings
Coquitlam City Council values community input. To learn about how residents can forward concerns, suggestions and questions to Council, visit our How to Get Involved web page.
Regular City Council meetings are generally held on Mondays at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers (City Hall, 3000 Guildford Way). On a day when there is a Public Hearing scheduled, the Regular Council Meeting is held following the adjournment of the Public Hearing.
After any Regular Council meeting is adjourned, up to 15 minutes are allotted for the public to ask Council questions related to any item on the agenda.
Public Hearings are held on Mondays at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers (City Hall, 3000 Guildford Way) and are immediately followed by a Regular Council Meeting at which Council will give consideration to items on the Public Hearing agenda, as well to any other items brought before Council at that time.
How to Watch a Live Council Meeting Online
Live broadcasts of City Council meetings can be accessed by clicking the In Progress link next to the desired meeting in the Upcoming Events section below. The broadcast will be accessible 10 minutes prior to the start of the meeting.
If you do not see the In Progress link at the schedule time of a meeting, refresh the page. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Council meetings may begin up to 15 minutes late. Once the meeting has begun, the Watch link will become live.
Archived meetings are generally available by noon the day after the meeting and can be found under the Available Archives section in the section below.
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Accessibility is at the forefront of the services that the City of Coquitlam provides. We are committed to continuously removing any barriers to access through our policies, facilities, and public spaces. Delivering community facilities, infrastructure, neighbourhood plans and community recreation programs for people of all ages and ability are just a few examples of our commitment to accessibility.
Council Chambers now has a hearing loop installed for members of the public who use T-Coil supported hearing aids or cochlear implants. A hearing loop is a special type of sound system that supports people who use hearing aids and cochlear implants. The loop is installed in Council Chambers, as well as the Reception Desk. When you come to a Council Meeting you just simply need to turn your hearing aid on to the T-Coil setting if this is not automatic. The sound will come directly into your hearing aid or cochlear implant for you to fully participate in the event. There are signs at the entrance of Council Chambers in City Hall with more information available.
If you are hard of hearing but do not have T-Coil supported hearing aids or cochlear implants, please speak to a member of the Clerk's Office for additional support. You can contact the Clerk's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Please note that Advisory Committee Meetings are not advertised as part of the 'Upcoming Events' table below. Advisory Committees will be available to watch either in person or online via Zoom Webinar. Visit the City's Committees and Board webpage to sign up for a participation link. The participation link will allow you to log in and view the meeting remotely.