Community Outdoor Shelter Spaces

The community outdoor shelters provided spaces for Coquitlam businesses and organizations that may be struggling to conduct activities or services indoors due to the current COVID-19 restrictions. With the easing of public health restrictions, the Community Outdoor Shelter Space program has concluded. 

Final Booking Schedules

As the program has concluded, bookings will close over the next several weeks. Final booking dates are listed below.

To view the reservation schedule for a park, click the link below. Time slots marked "Available" are able to be reserved, or are first come-first served. Blank time slots are reserved.

To view all available outdoor shelters, click here.

How to Reserve a Space

To reserve an outdoor shelter space, please email outdoorshelters@coquitlam.ca with the following information:

  • Your name or organization name
  • Email address 
  • Location requested
  • Time requested

Please reserve in advance: allow at least two business days for your reservation to be confirmed. Reservations are not confirmed on weekends or holidays.

Reservation Details

All locations are available to be reserved for free, seven days a week between 7 a.m. and 9:45 p.m. (last reservation at 9 p.m.). 

  • Reservations begin each hour and last 45 minutes, with a 15 minute transition period to allow the next reservation to set up and begin on time.
  • Longer or multiple reservations are possible at this time.
  • Reservations are available up to the final booking date for each location.
  • Groups and residents are welcome to use the covered spaces when they are not reserved. To check availability, click the link for the location listed below.
  • Users are expected to provide their own equipment, furnishings or floor covering, and to leave the area clean.
  • Current public health orders regarding gatherings must be followed.

These free outdoor covered spaces are provided through the Coquitlam COVID-19 Community Support and Recovery Plan (CSRP), which is supporting all sectors of the community through the pandemic.