City Manager’s Office

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The City Manager’s Office in municipal government operates much like an executive office in a corporation, with the City Manager as Chief Administrative Officer. Key responsibilities include:

  • Overseeing the broad requirements of the organization
  • Providing advice to Council and executing its decisions
  • Working with the Deputy City Manager and all departments to ensure effective and efficient delivery of City services

The City Manager’s Office includes the City Clerk's Office and Human Resources & Corporate Planning divisions.

City Clerk’s Office

The City Clerk's Office is the primary communications link between City Council, staff and the community. Key responsibilities include:

  • Preparing agendas and minutes for Council and Committee meetings
  • Managing corporate records, including City bylaws
  • Providing administrative support to Council and its Committees
  • Conducting local government elections

Human Resources & Corporate Planning

Human Resources manages the corporate programs that impact employees, such as:

  • Employee recruitment, selection and evaluation
  • Labour relations and collective bargaining
  • Staff training and development
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Payroll and benefits

Corporate Planning key responsibilities include:

  • Working with Council, staff and the public to establish the vision, mission and values for the community and City
  • Developing the Strategic Plan, which guides all other long-range planning for the City
  • Coordinating the business planning process, which sets out the organization’s goals, objectives and priorities

Department Head
City Manager – Peter Steblin

Contact Information
Phone: 604-927-3006
Email: managersoffice@coquitlam.ca