The City will be converting the existing tennis courts to new permanent pickleball courts.
Construction to enhance the public plaza in City Centre is currently taking place.
Upgrades have been completed to the site in the Upper Hyde Creek neighbourhood.
The City is partnering with School District 43 (Coquitlam) for a state-of-the-art artificial field at Centennial Secondary.
Funded and constructed by housing developers Wesbild and Infinity Properties, the expansion created one large passive park rather than the two smaller parks previously planned for the area.
Court improvements and lighting are some of the improvements to Hickey Park.
The Mackin Park sports field construction has been completed and the sports fields are open to the public.
The pedestrian bridge at the Southeast corner of the park underwent maintenance.
The City replaced the existing tennis courts and installed upgraded drainage, new tennis/pickleball courts and chain link fencing
Two universal accessible washroom buildings and new asphalt pathway are being built at the Chilko Drive entrance to the park.
Construction at Nestor Park were completed in spring 2021.
The City will be adding more green space and opening new parklands on Jefferson Avenue.
Upgrades were made to the irrigation and drainage systems in Riley Park, in addition to the installation of new plantings.
Coquitlam is moving ahead with detailed design work for a new family-friendly park coming to Burke Mountain.
Improvements are planned for Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery to expand cemetery services and meet the interment needs of residents of Coquitlam.
Bramble Park users can expect to see work crews over the upcoming weeks as pathway remediation work is in progress.