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Burke Mountain Village (PDF) will be the commercial and social hub of northeast Coquitlam (Burke Mountain). It is envisioned to include a grocery store and other supporting retail stores and commercial services, a civic recreation complex, an urban plaza and park, and apartment and townhouse residential housing.
The City is the owner of the Village lands will be responsible for delivering the road infrastructure, parks, and new community centre. The development of the residential and commercial lands will be influenced by the City, but ultimately sold to private developers through public tender (RFO). See more information about development opportunities.
Through the public consultation process, residents expressed a strong desire for a neighbourhood centre that serves many of the daily shopping and service needs of the community, with neighbourhood-serving retail and services such as a grocery store.
As property owner, the City has a vital interest in achieving this desired result. The goal is to provide a unique shopping experience with a mix of retail and services that serve local residents.
The City’s Parks, Recreation and Culture (PRC) Master Plan has identified a community centre as an important asset in Northeast Coquitlam, to be developed in the future.
For more information about the community centre, visit the Northeast Community Centre webpage.
The City will now take the steps necessary to implement the PCNC Master Plan including: