City Manager's Office

The City Manager’s Office in municipal government operates much like an executive office in a corporation, overseeing the broad requirements of the organization, with the City Manager as Chief Administrative Officer.

Deputy City Manager's Office

The Deputy City Manager assists with the function of the City Manager’s Office including acting for the City Manager in his absence. The position leads a variety of corporate initiatives such as strategic planning and business planning.

Engineering & Public Works

Engineering and Public Works plans, implements and operates the systems that enable the community to use high-quality water for drinking and fire fighting, and dispose of sanitary waste, as well as operate drainage and transportation facilities including roads, bridges, street lighting and traffic signal systems, and the corporate fleet.

Planning & Development

The Planning and Development Department is responsible for developing a wide range of plans for land use and other City initiatives.

Parks, Recreation & Culture Services

Parks, Recreation and Culture Services contribute daily to the quality of life of the community and the personal well-being of citizens of all ages.

Strategic Initiatives

The Strategic Initiatives Department manages major internal and external strategic capital projects in Coquitlam. It is also responsible for the management and development of the City of Coquitlam’s land inventory.

Fire and Rescue

Coquitlam Fire/Rescue employs over 160 full-time fire suppression, prevention, training and dispatch personnel along with an authorized complement of 45 auxiliary fire suppression staff.

Coquitlam RCMP

The City of Coquitlam contracts the RCMP to provide police services. Coquitlam shares these services with the City of Port Coquitlam, a partnership that results in a top-quality, seamless and affordable police service for both communities.