City of Coquitlam Archives

About the Archives

The City of Coquitlam Archives was founded in 2013, with the mandate to preserve and make accessible the records of enduring value of the City of Coquitlam and its predecessor administrative bodies. The Archives also acquires, preserves, and makes accessible the records of businesses, organizations, and private individuals that are of significance to the municipality and deemed worthy of long-term preservation.

What’s in our Holdings?

The City of Coquitlam Archives acquires and preserves records that document the history of the city. Our holdings include records of the city government including Council Minutes, Bylaws, and correspondence from the City Clerk’s Office. They also include records from the community that document the social, political, and economic history of the city.

Online Search

To search our holdings, Council Minutes, and Bylaws online, consult the links below.
  Quest – Archives Online Search Portal
  Council Minutes Library Search
  Bylaw Search


Connect archival images to present places by visiting our HistoryPin page.

Reference Services

Reference is currently by appointment only. Please email or call 604-927-3907 to book an appointment.

Donating to the Archives

To complement the records of the municipal government, the Archives is seeking historically significant records from members of the community including businesses, organizations, families, and individuals. The Archives is interested in documenting the history of Coquitlam through photographs, letters, diaries, business records, meeting minutes, newsletters, handbooks, correspondence, maps and plans, films, videos, audiotapes, etc. If you are interested in donating material, please contact the Archives to discuss your potential donation at

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City of Coquitlam Archives

Phone: 604-927-3907

Archives Room
City Hall- Ground Floor
3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam, BC
V3B 7N2