Whether you’re visiting City Hall online or in person, find out who does what and get in touch with the Mayor, City Councillors and other key municipal officials. Keep up on City news, meeting agendas and minutes, public hearings, employment opportunities, the City budget, municipal bylaws and civic election information.
Location and Mailing Address:
2580 Shaughnessy Street
Main switchboard and general inquiries: 604.927.5411
After hours emergency calls: 604.543.6700
Hours of Business:
(excluding statutory holidays)
Service Requests, Compliments and ComplaintsIf you wish to make a request for service, register a complaint or pass along a compliment to City Council or staff, please click here to access our convenient online service request system.
City CouncilGet to know the Mayor and City Councillors and their priorities for the City. Learn about civic elections and Council meetings.
Check out the most requested bylaws for the City of Port Coquitlam.
View a listing and description of the responsibilities of the departments and business units that make up Port Coquitlam’s municipal government.
Peruse our library of civic reports, plans and policies.
City Services DirectoryA list of specific services provided by the City and contact information is provided in an A-Z listing of City services.
Committees, Boards and Special Task Forces
Boards, statutory committees and task forces help create policies in specialized areas. Consult terms of reference and review committee agendas and minutes.
Council MeetingsCity Council holds regular meetings on the second and fourth Monday of the month (excluding August and Statutory Holidays). View agendas and minutes for Council, as well as information on getting involved with Committees and how to give a presentation to Council.
Review civic election results. Learn what is involved in running for municipal office.
View the latest employment opportunities and application requirements.
Visiting City Hall
If you are planning to visit City Hall on business or to appear before Council as a delegation, find out who to contact and how to get here. The City is proud to expand municipal government awareness and offers organized tours of City Hall to local school groups.
What's NewTraffic advisories, media releases, project updates, public notices and City publications will help you to keep on top of what's new in your community.
If you can't find the information or contact you are looking for, the Administration Department serves as a link between Council, City Staff, and the public, and may be able to answer your questions or direct you to the appropriate department. Please contact the City's Information Desk at 604.927.5411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.