Burke Mountain Updates

The City of Coquitlam recognizes that Burke Mountain residents, and the community-at-large, have a strong interest in the many different projects and initiatives underway and planned for northeast Coquitlam. This includes:

Some of these projects, such as the ​Village and major road construction are the responsibility of the City of Coquitlam. Other initiatives, such as school planning and transit service are led by other agencies such as the Province of BC, School District 43 or TransLink.

This page is provided as a central resource for these various projects and initiatives. Where the City is not the lead agency, we have linked to the relevant website for further information.

Latest News

Burke Mountain Townhouse Development Sites


Burke Mountain Information MapBurke Mountain Information Map

As the Burke Mountain community continues to grow and change it has become apparent that maps of the area can quickly become outdated. In order to provide more current information to the community, and to builders in the area, the City has compiled a forward-looking map to illustrate what we understand to be the latest plans for schools, parks and roads in the area. View the City’s Burke Mountain Information Map, which is updated as new information becomes available, to get an overview of current amenities and future plans.

Project Updates

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  • Smiling Creek Housing Updates

  • Riley Park

  • Burke Mountain Village (formerly Partington Creek Neighbourhood Centre)

  • Harper Park Expansion

  • Burke Mountain Pioneer Park - Completed May 2018

  • Princeton Park – Completed June 2017

  • Leigh Park - Completed June 2016

  • Road & Utility Improvement Projects

  • Smiling Creek Park, Activity Centre and Elementary School – Completed October 2018

  • Tree Risk Assessment Work – Completed

  • Victoria Park - Completed


Contributing to the Burke Mountain Community

Land development is a key part of building a livable community, and the sale of City-owned lands is integral to helping the City secure its vision for Burke Mountain and the prime properties surrounding the future Burke Mountain Village. Burke Mountain is central to helping the City fulfill its obligation to the Regional Growth Strategy adopted by all Metro Vancouver cities.

City is committed to the long-term plan for the area and is actively developing its roadways, parks and services.

The City currently owns a number of land parcels on Burke Mountain and is the primary land owner and developer for Burke Mountain Village. In its capacity as the land owner, through the Land Management section of the Strategic Initiatives Department, the City has a responsibility to ensure that these property assets are developed in a manner that contributes to the community in a positive way. This includes providing Community Amenity Contributions, which are funds that go toward City amenities and assets, to lessen the financial impact of new development on the growing community.

This approach not only allows the City greater control over the development, but provides a source of revenue that will benefit Coquitlam’s current and future generations.

The City’s properties are managed by the Land Development section of the City’s Strategic Initiatives department. For more information on the City’s land development, contact the Manager of Land Development at landsales@coquitlam.ca or 604-927-6965.


Stay Connected

Those interested in neighbourhood updates and the ongoing development of northeast Coquitlam are invited to sign up for Burke Mountain Email Updates or follow the City’s social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter for news and information.


For More Information

Curtis Scott
Manager Land Development
cscott@coquitlam.ca
604-927-6965