Mayor and Council

Comprised of the Mayor and 8 Councillors, Coquitlam City Council is responsible for local government leadership and decision making in the City of Coquitlam.

Mayor Richard Stewart | Councillor Bren​t Asmundson | Councillor Craig Hodge | Councillor Dennis Marsden | Councillor Terry O'Neill | Councillor Mae Reid | Councillor Teri Towner | Councillor Chris Wilson | Councillor Bonita Zarrillo

Council Meetings

Regular Council Meetings are generally held three Mondays a month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Coquitlam City Hall.

Council Agendas

Committees & Boards

Most Council Committees are chaired by Councillors with additional Councillors serving as Vice-Chair and/or members of the Committee. The membership of some Committees (Standing Committees) are made up of only Council members, while others have both Council members and citizen and/or organization representatives. The Mayor is an ex-officio member of all Committees.

3030 Gordon Emergency Shelter Task Force | Board of Variance | Culture Services Advisory Committee | Strategic Investment Advisory Panel | Multiculturalism Advisory Committee | Riverview Lands Advisory Committee | Sports Advisory Committee | Sustainability & Environmental Advisory Committee | Universal Access-Ability Advisory Committee | Coquitlam Public Library Board | Parcel Tax Review Panel | Finance Standing Committee | Strategic Priorities Standing Committee | Economic Development Advisory Committee

Schedule, Agendas & Minutes

Find the latest Schedule, Agendas & Minutes here.

Public Notices

Legal and public notices regarding City business are posted here. These include public hearing notices, notices of special council meetings and other meetings, public consultation opportunities and more.

Public Hearings

The Local Government Act requires that a Public Hearing be held before Council adopts an amendment to the Zoning Bylaw (referred to as a rezoning application) or Official Community Plan Bylaw.


Local government elections in British Columbia are held every four years. In Coquitlam this includes elections for Mayor, Councillors and School Trustees.

Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (the Act) promotes two general principles, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy.