2022-2023 Capital Program
Port Coquitlam’s 2022-2023 capital budget continues to reflect City Council’s focus on getting the basics right – the core services residents and busineses rely on.
Totaling almost $50 million, the capital plan will improve core municipal services and livability while supporting the local economy and with improvements to civic amenities, roads, utilities, parks and trails, pedestrian safety and other critical infrastructure downtown and throughout the community.
The two-year capital budget format, introduced in 2017, continues to result in effective project planning and delivery, as well as competitive pricing in the tendering process.
2023 Capital Plan Highlights
2023 Budget — $16.9 million
Neighbourhood road paving and utility upgrades
Kingsway Avenue improvements and multi-use path: Coast Meridian to Kebet Way
Upgrades to Maple Creek drainage pump station
Upgrades to Routley Pool and park playgrounds
Sidewalks, pedestrian safety and traffic calming
Emergency generator at Hyde Creek Recreation Centre
Solid waste carts and locks
2022 Capital Plan Highlights
2022 Budget – $32.7 million
Begin downtown construction of Veterans Park and Civic Centre redevelopment
Road paving, major utility facility replacements and upgrades (water, sewer, drainage, culverts, pump stations, valves)
Kingsway Avenue road improvements and multi-use path from Tyner Street to Coast Meridian Road
Sidewalks, pedestrian and active transportation upgrades, traffic calming
Turf replacement, skate bowl resurfacing, sport court amenities, athletic field upgrades
Replacement of the McAllister pedestrian bridge
Fibre optic conduit