Sports and Recreation Advisory Committee

  1. Seeking Citizen Representatives for Committees and Board of Variance

    Make an Impact in your Community!
    Do you have a keen interest in sharing your knowledge and point of view to help shape your community? Applications are currently being accepted for citizen representatives on our Advisory Committees and Board of Variance.

    Interested residents can read about each committee’s mandate, and apply online at

    Deadline for submission is 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7.


  • 7 to 9 p.m.
  • Typically, 2nd Wednesday of every month on a bimonthly basis (every 2 months)*
  • Meeting Schedule (PDF)

*Meetings are subject to change without notice.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas for the meetings will be available typically one week before the meeting date. For more information, please email the City Clerk’s Office or call 604-927-3010.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


  • Councillor Chris Wilson, Chair
  • Councillor Craig Hodge, Vice-Chair

Organization Representatives

  • David Jones (Carol Coulson, Alternate), Coquitlam Field Sport Association
  • Carla Byers (Chuck Peries, Alternate), Coquitlam Tennis Club
  • Andrea Mattinson (Brian Keenan, Alternate), Sports Centre Users Association

Citizen Representatives

  • Erin Davidson
  • Jess Doyle
  • Paul Lambert
  • Stephen Lisik
  • William Truong
  • Shelly Scott
  • Cydney Smythies
  • Carl Trepanier


The mandate of the Committee is to provide a local perspective and advice to Council with respect to achieving the City of Coquitlam’s strategic goals, Business Plan priorities and accompanying strategic directions. In addition, the Committee also exists to:

  • Provide advice to Council  on a wide range of areas including sport and recreation facility development priorities, strategic planning initiatives and policy development;
  • Facilitate information sharing between sport organizations and recreation participants represented on the Committee;
  • Support collaboration and coordination across sport organizations and recreation participants related to sport and activity development; and
  • To advocate and promote the value and benefit of sport and recreation for all.

Approved Work Plan

The Committee’s annual Work Plan is approved by Council and will be posted shortly.

Terms of Reference