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Oyez, oyez: Coquitlam council calls a town hall for April 30

Do you have a question or two for Coquitlam city council? The Chamber floor is open to Coquitlam residents and business leaders on Tuesday, April 30.
Coquitlam city council chambers.

What’s happening with the Coquitlam Crunch extension?

When will more supportive housing be built?

And why are property taxes so high?

These are some questions Coquitlam residents and business owners can pose to civic politicians and city hall staff this month at an annual town hall meeting.

On Tuesday, April 30, from 7 to 9 p.m., council and municipal managers will open the Chamber floor to talk about current topics and answer questions about city business.

Residents and business leaders can take part in-person at city hall (3000 Guildford Way) or virtually using Zoom; to register, you can visit the city's website.

As well, questions can be emailed before 4 p.m. on April 30 via [email protected] (write "Town Hall" in the subject line) or posed through social media channels (use the handle @CityofCoquitlam or hashtag #CQTownHall).

To watch the town hall live on April 30, you can tune in via

The meeting will be recorded and uploaded on May 1; a summary of the meeting will be published online by June.

Due to time limitations, city staff will follow-up after the meeting on questions that aren’t responded to at the town hall.