Park Spark

Fun Nights at the Stadium

Giant JengaDrop-in for badminton, soccer, snacks, music and a social area with giant Jenga. ​It's free so bring your friends for a fun night!

  • Fridays, ​7 – 9 p.m.
  • 13 – 18 years
  • South end of Percy Perry Stadium, Town Centre Park
  • FREE

Pop-up Youth Park, Presented by Coast Capital Savings

Pop-up Youth ParkHours of Operation

The Pop-up Youth Park will feature a modified shipping container, portable outdoor furniture, a temporary sand volleyball court, mobile bike track, basketball hoops and a new sports lending library with gear for ball hockey, pickleball, lacrosse and basketball.

It will be a place to hang out with friends, play games, be active, listen to music or join in artistic activities such as weaving, painting and Zen gardening.

  • Pop-up Activities (staffed): Tuesday – Saturday | 2 – 7 p.m.
  • Passive Activities (unstaffed): Open Daily | Dawn – Dusk
  • Location: Beside the lacrosse box in Mundy Park

About Coast Capital Savings

Coast Capital SavingsCoast Capital Savings is Canada’s largest credit union by membership and B.C.’s first credit union to become a federal credit union. Owned by its 572,000 members, Coast Capital offers banking and investment services digitally and through its 52 branches in the Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Okanagan and Vancouver Island regions of British Columbia. An Imagine Canada Caring Company and a Certified B Corporation in recognition of its social performance, Coast Capital invests 10 per cent of its bottom line in youth focused community organizations, programs, partnerships and events. The credit union has been recognized as one of Canada's Most Admired Corporate Cultures™, and holds a Best Managed Companies Platinum Club designation. Coast Capital has a history of introducing innovative products to help their members achieve financial well-being including Canada’s first free chequing account from a full-service financial institution and Help Extras®, enabling members to invest in their future. To learn more, visit

Park Spark Kick-offs!

Join us for games, sports, pollinator planting, music and free hot dogs to celebrate the newly updated Guilby Park​ and Ranch Park!

Guilby Park Kick-off

  • Wednesday, Sept. 4, 5 – 7 p.m.
  • 345 Guilby St.

​Ranch Park Kick-off

  • Thursday, Sept. 5, 5 – 7 p.m.
  • ​3060 Daybreak Ave. 

Free Sports Equipment Libraries

Free Sports Equipment LibraryFree sport equipment libraries will be popping up at 12 Coquitlam parks throughout the summer! We’re encouraging park visitors to borrow equipment while at the park, or to donate to the libraries sports equipment they’re no longer using.​

Watch for the libraries popping up in these parks: 

  • Blue Mountain Park
  • Bramblewood Park
  • Glen Park
  • Mackin Park
  • Mariner Park
  • Meadowbrook Park
  • Mountainview Park
  • Mundy Park (near the lacrosse box)
  • Oakdale Park
  • Panorama Park
  • Poirier (near the tennis courts)
  • Rochester Park

Interested in adopting a library? We’re looking for volunteers to monitor the equipment library and liaise with our Park Spark team to keep to help keep the libraries well-stocked and in good condition.

Email to learn more and get involved

About Park Spark

Park Spark is your chance to have fun and gain meaningful experiences while enhancing Coquitlam’s parks. We offer a variety of opportunities for people to lend their expertise or experiences to connect with our parks.

Opportunities include:

  • Ongoing park care activities – Help take care of a park on your own schedule.
  • Drop-in volunteer activities – View upcoming events and examples of past drop-in activities below.
  • Group park projects – Involve your business, community group or school in a fun park project.
  • Park amenity additions – Donate a Little Library to your local park.
    Little Libraries are small wooden structures where people are free to take and leave books. 

For more information, please contact Park Spark Program Leader:
Phone: 604-927-3669


Volunteering Opportunities 

Interested in volunteering with our Park Spark team? Check out our current opportunities and the application form here. If you're interested in volunteering with our Little Libraries program, see below.

Note: Most opportunities require volunteers to be registered City of Coquitlam volunteers with the following:

  • Police information check
  • Two references
  • A completed orientation

If you're interested in volunteering with our Little Libraries program, see below.

little-libraryLittle Libraries 

Little libraries were built or purchased by volunteers and placed in the park with assistance from the Park Spark Team. Local stewards monitor the libraries and help keep them stocked with books. Make sure to help them out by leaving a book for others to enjoy next time you’re in one of these parks! Books for adults and children are welcomed.

Little Libraries in Coquitlam Parks
• Blue Mountain Park
• Como Lake Park
• Galloway Park
• Millard Orchard Park
• Mundy Park (by the playground)
• Norm Staff Park
• Town Centre Park (two libraries – near the playground & at the Inspiration Garden)
• Walton Park

Interested in building and stewarding a Little Library in one of Coquitlam’s Parks? Read our requirements below.

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  • Volunteer Requirements

  • Volunteer Duties

  • City Support

  • How to Sign Up

Past Projects

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  • Lights at Lafarge

  • Coquitlam Remembers 2018

  • Love Your Lake Town Centre Park Cleanup

  • TELUS Planting

  • New Little Library: Norm Staff Park

  • Town Centre Park Rain Stencils

  • Nature Kids B.C. Club & the Nature Guide

  • Little Libraries in Coquitlam Parks

  • Flag Painting with ISSofBC

  • Geocaching at Mundy Park with Mundy Road Elementary School

  • Telus Town Centre Park Clean Up

  • 10th Coquitlam Cubs Ridge Park Trail Marking

  • Volunteer Park Hosts and Dogtopia Earth Day Trail Visit

  • Francophone Scouts of Maillardville Beaver Group Riverview Forest Clean Up

  • 150th Celebration Garden Planting at Blue Mountain Park

  • Xylem Inc. Hoy/Scott Creek Watershed Clean Up

  • Apple Employees River Clean Up