Coquitlam in Bloom

The Coquitlam in Bloom program fosters community pride for green space enhancements through stewardship events and initiatives such as Park Spark, Adopt-a-Park, and Bad Seed community weed pulls.

Focus on Youth for 2019 Coquitlam in Bloom

This year's Coquitlam in Bloom initiatives will focus on youth in our community​. Watch for a Pop-up Youth Park at Mundy Park, Fun Nights at the Stadium, community tidiness initiatives, a 23-foot-tall planted sculpture at Town Centre Park, and a return of Park Spark, Coquitlam Munch edible gardens, pollinator gardens, Spotlight on Sport and other activities. Read more.

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What's Happening

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  • Pop-up Youth Park, Presented by Coast Capital Savings

  • Fun Nights at the Stadium

  • Spotlight on Sport

  • Free Sports Equipment Libraries

Upcoming Workshops & Events

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  • SportSmart Injury Prevention & Performance Workshop with SportMedBC

  • Cricket Try-it | May 31

  • Free Drop-in Soccer (11 – 18 yrs) | June 7 – 28

Get Involved!​Get Involved

  • Help keep Coquitlam tidy and litter-free.
  • Help beautify the places where you live, work or spend time – consider planting a garden, tidying up the property and improving street appeal. 
  • Protect our pollinators! Consider making your own pollinator garden this spring.
  • Join a Bad Seed weed pull and learn how to stop the introduction and spread of plants that can be harmful to people, animals and ecosystems.

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  • Adopt-a-Bench

  • Become a Sports Host

About Coquitlam in Bloom

Want to learn more about the many programs and initiatives that make Coquitlam in Bloom an award-winning program? Check out our 2018 Profile Book and watch our video.

​Past Results

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  • 2018 Coquitlam in Bloom

  • 2017 Coquitlam in Bloom

  • 2016 Coquitlam in Bloom

  • 2015 Coquitlam In Bloom

Communities in Bloom 

Communities in Bloom is a Canadian non-profit organization committed to fostering community pride, environmental responsibility and beautification. It uses friendly competition between communities to bring together local businesses, service clubs, residents and civic government to focus on enhancing their community.

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