Parks, Recreation & Culture Services

Parks, Recreation and Culture Services’ vision is to create exceptional experiences for everyone in Coquitlam by creating parks, recreation, and cultural experiences that are innovative, balanced and accessible to all while supporting healthy lifestyles and social connections. Key goals for the Department are encouraging physical activity, volunteerism, the development of new skills, fostering an appreciation of nature, protecting parks and cultural assets for future generations and contributing to the economic vibrancy of the City.

City parks and facilities are designed and maintained to create a positive experience whether for organized groups or casual activity. The City’s recreation and culture centres encourage active participation for all ages and ability levels in friendly, welcoming environments. There is always something new to learn or a new friend to meet through Coquitlam’s recreation and cultural opportunities, whether interests are in lifelong learning, health and fitness, sports, performing arts, swimming, skating, arts and crafts, day camps and more.

The Department also liaises with community organizations including cultural groups who utilize civic facilities and services to deliver a wide range of programs and events such as the Coquitlam Public Library, Place des Arts, Evergreen Cultural Centre, Mackin House and Place Maillardville. Parks, Recreation and Cultural assets, programs and services are among the most treasured of the City’s services and are comprised of the following service areas:

Recreation Services and Facilities, including:

  • Aquatics
  • Arena Sports
  • Community Centres
  • Indoor Sports and Physical Activity
  • Racquet Sports
  • Sport Hosting Events
  • Volunteering

Parks Services and Amenities, including:

  • Cemetery
  • Community Beautification
  • Developed Parks
  • Natural Green Spaces
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Sports Fields

Culture Services and Facilities, including:

  • Community Heritage
  • Festivals & Events
  • Literacy and Learning
  • Performing Arts
  • Public Art
  • Visual Arts

Parks, Recreation ​& Culture Services

General Manager - ​Donnie Rosa
Phone: 604-927-3538

Program Information
Phone: 604-927-4FUN (4386)

Please Note: this PRCS email address is only monitored during regular business hours (Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). To report urgent concerns please call 604-927-6300 during business hours or 604-927-3500 after hours and weekends.