Coquitlam in Bloom

Join us as we Showcase Coquitlam to the World

The City of Coquitlam has unveiled new initiatives aimed to engage the community and invoke civic pride as we compete in the International 2017 Communities in Bloom Competition.

Coquitlam will showcase its best qualities to the world as it competes on an international scale in Communities in Bloom, a civic pride and beautification competition. This year the City will compete against Bruges, Belgium, Holland, MI, and Wood Buffalo Alta.

Judges toured Coquitlam on July 17 – 18 to asses the city on 6 categories: tidiness, environmental action, heritage conservation, urban forestry, landscape and floral displays. The judges received a Community Profile Book (which can be viewed below) and toured more than 20 Coquitlam highlights including Centennial Rose Garden, Riverview Arboretum, Mundy Park, Mackin House, Coquitlam River and Town Centre Park. Results will be announced on Sept. 16, 2017.

​View all our Community in Bloom images on flickr!

What's Happening

150 Coquitlam Gardens 

How does your garden grow? Show us! Email your photos to parkspark@coquitlam.ca. Please don’t include images of people due to privacy concerns. View the photos on the City’s Facebook page.

 

2017 Featured Projects

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  • 150 Gardens

  • Canada 150 Floral Displays

  • MosaiCanada 150

  • Park Blitz

  • Protect Our Pollinators!

  • Flower of the Year

Get Involved!​Get Involved

  • Help keep Coquitlam tidy and litter-free.
  • Help beautify the places where you live, work or spend time – consider planting a garden, tidying up the property and improving street appeal. 
  • Plant Coquitlam’s flower of the year in your garden.
  • Join in the 150 Garden Photos project by taking a picture of your favourite garden, whether it’s a vegetable plot, flower display or pots on your balcony.
  • Protect our pollinators! Consider making your own pollinator garden. Don’t know how to get started?
    Attend a workshop at the Inspiration Garden.
  • Join a Bad Seed weed pull and learn how to stop the introduction and spread of plants that can be harmful to people, animals and ecosystems.

​Past Results

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  • 2016 Coquitlam in Bloom

  • 2015 Coquitlam In Bloom