Through its capital planning process, Port Coquitlam makes investments each year in rehabilitating, maintaining, improving and constructing new infrastructure such as roads, utilities, parks and buildings.
See what projects are happening in your neighbourhood below, or view the map here.
Delays may occur around current projects. Please use alternate routes to avoid delays. Contractors are permitted to carry out construction weekdays from 7 am to 7 pm, and Saturdays 9 am to 5 pm.
Port Coquitlam Community Centre Construction
2020 Construction Projects to be completed
2021 Construction Projects
2021 Design/2022 Construction
Completed Projects 2019 to date
Proper management of the City’s assets is essential to providing the municipal services that maintain residents’ quality of life, now and in the future.
Port Coquitlam has an asset base of about $1.3 billion in infrastructure that includes buildings, parks, roads, fleet, information technology and the water, drainage and sewer systems. Most of the City’s infrastructure built in the 1960s and 1980s is beginning to show signs of age. As assets approach the end of their lives, resources are required to ensure the continuation of current service levels.
Why Asset Management is Important
A corporate-wide asset management program ensures the City is investing in the renewal of its assets at a sustainable level, and is balancing those financial requirements with the demand for new services.
Additionally, it provides tools and metrics to evaluate the performance of assets over their service life and to make operational changes to maximize their value.
Port Coquitlam has established an Asset Management Team and Steering Committee to oversee the development and implementation of a proactive long-term asset management program – one of City Council’s 2020-2022 priorities.
Learn more about this process:
Location and Mailing Address
City Hall Annex (beside City Hall)
200 – 2564 Shaughnessy Street
Port Coquitlam BC V3C 3G4
Business Hours: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays)