View resources related to building and construction.
Information on Coquitlam's frequently requested bylaws and bylaw enforcement.
Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery, owned and operated by the City of Coquitlam, is available for residents and non-residents as a final resting place for their loved ones.
The City of Coquitlam recognizes that addressing the provision of high quality child care facilitates early childhood development, enables parents to work and contribute to the local economy, strengthens neighbourhoods and helps to build a more attractive, stable and complete community.
The City Centre Aquatic Complex is an aquatic recreation facility.
Let's see your CoquitlamSPIRIT! We are developing a library of fun, educational and healthy activities that people of all ages can enjoy at home and outdoors while physically distancing.
Coquitlam is committed to a number of environmental initiatives through conservation, education, and stewardship programs.
Coquitlam Fire/Rescue provides a range of emergency response, fire prevention and fire education programs designed to protect lives and property from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies, or exposure to dangerous conditions created by people or nature.
The City of Coquitlam Council has a Housing Affordability Strategy (HAS or the Strategy) to guide us in our work.
Our 24/7 online inspections system enables you to schedule your building and/or plumbing inspection(s) using your computer or mobile phone.
QtheMap is the City of Coquitlam’s online interactive map. Use QtheMap to find zoning information, area plans, parks, City facilities, utility data, property information and view aerial photo maps.
Information about the City and City contacts. Connect with the City of Coquitlam on a variety of platforms.
myCoquitlam is a secure, online service that allows you to access information about your City of Coquitlam accounts such as; utility accounts, property tax accounts and dog licence accounts. The service is secure, easy to use, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Coquitlam is fast becoming the Lower Mainland's number one location for lifestyle and business. Find some helpful information for new residents of Coquitlam.
Learn more about parking around the City, including regulations and how to pay for parking using your mobile device.
Check out area parks, facilities, and their amenities.
Find information for pet owners, pet adoption resources and information regarding local wildlife.
The Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex is a 190,000 square foot, ice and fitness facility. It offers a variety of ice skating, aquatic, fitness and dry floor programs as well as drop-in classes. It's also the home of the Coquitlam Sports Hall of Fame.
Access Coquitlam Public Safety services and resources.
Coquitlam’s recreation centres offers a wide range of fitness, educational and social activities and programs for preschoolers, children, youths, adults and seniors.
Coquitlam's wide variety of programs and facilities are available for all ages. Browse for programs and register online using SignMeUp.
Find resources and services for Coquitlam residents.
The Department of Engineering and Public Works oversees the infrastructure of roads in Coquitlam.
Find information on skating lessons and drop-in skating times in Coquitlam.
Find out more about hosting events in Coquitlam, or check out the many vibrant community festivals and events Coquitlam has to offer. From family fun to food trucks, multicultural festivals to arts events, or live concerts to seasonal celebrations – there is something for everyone.
Find information on swimming lessons, drop-in swimming times and pools in Coquitlam.
Find information about Property Tax and Utility Bill collection in Coquitlam. Learn about payment options, prepayment plans and Home Owner Grants.
Coquitlam has a tree management bylaw designed to protect trees, regulate cutting and ensure replacement of trees removed. The Bylaw applies to all private properties in Coquitlam.
Our trails can be enjoyed by everyone, whether it's for fitness, pleasure or viewing wildlife and nature opportunities. The trail surfaces are suitable to all types of activities and some are wheelchair accessible.
Coquitlam ensures that residents are supplied with safe, quality drinking water through its Water Management Program and System.