L-R Back Row: Cllr. Glenn Pollock, Cllr. Darrell Penner, Cllr. Steve Darling, Cllr. Dean Washington
L-R Front Row: Cllr. Laura Dupont, Mayor Brad West, Cllr. Nancy McCurrach
City Council is a legislative body that provides leadership to the City’s government, and is elected every four years by the citizens of Port Coquitlam.
Council is made up of the Mayor and six Councillors. The Mayor chairs the Council meetings.
Port Coquitlam City Council is committed to ensuring the priorities of local citizens guide its policies and decisions on civic matters, such as land use and budgets.
Mayor’s Citizen Advisory Roundtable
Introduced in 2019 by Mayor Brad West, the Mayor’s Citizen Advisory Roundtable includes up to 12 volunteer advisors representing various sectors of the community. The group is a forum for the Mayor and Council to hear from members of the community, exchange ideas about how to address challenges, and seek input on a variety of topics. Click here for more information and the application process.
Stream Council Meetings
Committee of Council
Committee of Council will replace all previous committees. All city matters requiring a Council decision will now first be discussed by Committee of Council, which will either request changes or further information, or send them on to Council for a formal decision. This committee structure is common in many other cities and helps streamline the decision-making process.
Mayor & Council
Learn about the members of Council and their contact information. Please note that only the Mayor maintains regular office hours at City Hall.
Councillor Steve Darling
Councillor Nancy McCurrach
Councillor Darrell Penner
Councillor Glenn Pollock
Location and Mailing Address
City of Port Coquitlam
City Hall, 2580 Shaughnessy Street
Port Coquitlam BC
Mayor’s Office Hours
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays)