Where the locals are.
Historic neighbourhoods steeped in rich heritage meet modern communities designed for the future. Each place has a distinct character and charm, boasting recreation, shopping, foodie enclaves and stunning community parks hidden among the tree-lined streets. Quaint and unassuming shopping villages are nestled in each neighbourhood.
Austin Heights is a diverse commercial district that runs along Austin Ave.
Surrounded by green space, Burke Mountain has a wild backyard just waiting to be explored.
Fun fact: North Road, which is the main thoroughfare through Burquitlam, was the first road built in the Lower Mainland.
In the vibrant neighbourhood of Central Coquitlam, you can fill your day with fun activities that won’t break the budget.
From shopping to great dining, sporting events and live performances, Coquitlam’s City Centre is a hub of activity.
If you take your tee with a side of panoramic views, this neighbourhood is for you.
Once a thriving mill town nestled along the Fraser River, Maillardville is Coquitlam’s most historic neighbourhood.