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Located 23 kilometres east of Vancouver in the northeast sector of Metro Vancouver, Coquitlam is the largest of the Tri-Cities, which includes Port Moody and Port Coquitlam. The City is positioned north of the Fraser River and lies between Burnaby to the west and the Pitt River to the east, residing as the sixth largest municipality in BC.
With a rising population of over 144,000, Coquitlam is also one of the fastest growing communities in the Lower Mainland, as reflected in recently released Statistics Canada numbers; the community grew 9.8% from 126,804 residents in 2011 to 138,284 in 2016. Population estimates predict there will be 176,000 by 2021 and 224,000 by 2041.
Residents choose Coquitlam for many factors, which contribute to a quality of life and lifestyle that is highly revered. According to the 2016 Citizen Satisfaction Survey, 98% of residents say they have a good quality of life in Coquitlam, which is considered a diverse and active city, connected through excellent transportation and communication networks.
Coquitlam's diversified local economy provides businesses with excellent access to labour, transportation and markets. The City's ever increasing business community is driving job creation and economic growth within the major sectors of professional services, retail & wholesale trade, manufacturing, technology, public administration, transportation, and construction. Coquitlam has invested in modern infrastructure that continues to pave the way for commercial, industrial, and residential growth.
From the early '80s, the beginning days of development along the Austin corridor, to expansion in the Westwood Plateau, Burke Mountain, and Coquitlam Centre, the city has always been growing. The densification of Coquitlam Centre has been ongoing since the early 2000s, and will continue. However, the Coquitlam neighbourhoods positioned to experience a massive change in density are Burquitlam, and Lougheed.
West Coquitlam is poised to become one of the most important transit hubs in Metro Vancouver over the next decade and beyond. The new SkyTrain Evergreen line, which launched in December 2016, opened up major possibilities in Coquitlam and the condo market, with construction well underway in the Burquitlam-Lougheed Neighbourhood Plan. Higher-density high-rise development will be centred around the SkyTrain stations and along North Road, giving way to medium-density homes (such as townhouses, row homes and 4-plexes) are being developed further away. Up to 9,000 to 10,000 new homes are anticipated in the area over the next 20 to 25 years, well past 2037. The current Coquitlam MLS stats indicate an average house price of $815,162. As of November 2017, Coquitlam housing data shows median days on the market for a home is 21 days.
The City embraces its multicultural makeup, including their French-Canadian and aboriginal heritage recognized in Maillardville, Coquitlam's oldest and most historic neighbourhood. The Maillardville Neighbourhood Plan provides a contemporary vision for new growth and reinvestment. The redevelopment includes a walkable, high-density mixed use Neighbourhood Centre, unique residential districts, new commercial and growth opportunities and a variety of cultural and recreational activities.
Outdoor recreation abounds in Coquitlam, which is surrounded by a rich natural landscape with over 80 parks and natural areas including: Coquitlam River Park, Town Centre Park, Mundy Park, Minnekhada Regional Park, and Colony Farm Regional Park and Pinecone-Burke Provincial Park (among the two largest). Coquitlam's extensive multi-purpose trails make it easy for hikers and cyclists to explore; Burke Mountain and Eagle Mountain are home to the West Coast style of riding that the North Shore and Squamish are famous for.
In 2009, the City of Coquitlam was awarded with the Cultural Capital of Canada designation for recognizing the important contribution of culture to community identity, quality of life, and economic development. Supporting business success, Coquitlam has streamlined processes and is committed to the continuous improvement of the business environment to foster business growth.
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