Northeast Community Centre Planning

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The City of Coquitlam’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan has identified a need for a comprehensive, multi-use recreation centre to support the growing neighbourhood of Burke Mountain - as well as residents across the community. The future Northeast Community Centre is expected to open its doors by 2026, and the City is continuing to engage the community and interested and affected parties to ensure the needs, interests, values and aspirations of the community are identified and reflected in the resulting facility.

How to Get Involved

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback in our Phase 1 engagement from late 2019 to mid 2020 (What We Heard) and our Phase 2 engagement in late 2021 (What We Heard).

Staff will further analyze how this feedback could be incorporated into the final community centre design, along with feasibility and cost implications. A few remaining technical pieces are also required to be completed in 2022 including geotechnical, archaeological, environmental, drainage, park/plaza conceptualization, rezoning and strategic land analysis. A Library Services and Spaces Study will include a recommendation for the size of the library branch to be included.

Construction is anticipated to begin in 2024.

There are still ways to participate and join the conversation:

Stay informed

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The City of Coquitlam’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan has identified a need for a comprehensive, multi-use recreation centre to support the growing neighbourhood of Burke Mountain - as well as residents across the community. The future Northeast Community Centre is expected to open its doors by 2026, and the City is continuing to engage the community and interested and affected parties to ensure the needs, interests, values and aspirations of the community are identified and reflected in the resulting facility.

How to Get Involved

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback in our Phase 1 engagement from late 2019 to mid 2020 (What We Heard) and our Phase 2 engagement in late 2021 (What We Heard).

Staff will further analyze how this feedback could be incorporated into the final community centre design, along with feasibility and cost implications. A few remaining technical pieces are also required to be completed in 2022 including geotechnical, archaeological, environmental, drainage, park/plaza conceptualization, rezoning and strategic land analysis. A Library Services and Spaces Study will include a recommendation for the size of the library branch to be included.

Construction is anticipated to begin in 2024.

There are still ways to participate and join the conversation:

Stay informed

Sign up to receive updates on this project by clicking the "Subscribe" button under "Stay Informed".


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    Background

    Targeted to open in 2026 in the future Burke Mountain Village, the proposed 7,430-square-metre (80,000-square-foot) Northeast Community Centre (NECC) will include a range of services including aquatics, gymnasiums, fitness, library and community space sized to meet the anticipated demand for recreation and community centre services in the area.

    Your feedback on the facility's layout and property will help refine our plans for this facility before we back to Council in early 2022 to finalize next steps, including financing and the procurement process.

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Page last updated: 30 May 2022, 01:54 PM