Please note: For Applications submitted after January 03, 2022, mail-out postage cost recovery for public consultation will be collected by staff after the letters have been sent out.
Funding for Growth
Coquitlam is a fast-growing city in a rapidly developing region. Its leadership and citizens believe new development must contribute positively to the community while making sure that infrastructure and amenities, such as parks and recreation facilities, are built to serve new and existing residents.
These funding programs operate on the principle of shared value: the community, the development sector and the City all benefit from the increased value created through growth, which includes funding amenities to support a growing community.
Application Process and Revenue Intake
To help understand what fees are required and when, as well as the entire application process as a whole, please review our Application Process and Revenue Intake timeline document. This graphic shows what fees are associated with the various stages of the application process and when they are due.
By Certified Cheque, Bank Draft or Money Order – made payable to the "City of Coquitlam"; or
Letter of Credit (PDF) - Issued by a bank or credit union within the Metro Vancouver area. If a company or individual is providing the security on behalf of the property owner, a Letter of obligation must be provided by the company or individual providing the security.
Subdivision Inspection Fees
Developers are required to pay inspection fees before final subdivision approval or building permit approval for a development. The inspection fee is the following percentage of either the value of the works calculated by the Manager, or the value of a signed contract for the works executed by the owner and the owner’s contractor, plus 10%, provided such amount is acceptable to the Manager:
Estimated Construction Costs Fee
Estimated Construction Costs
Building Permit Fees
Building permits are based on "value of construction"—the bigger the job, the higher the fee. The initial fee is an application fee. You pay the balance of the permit fee when you pick up the issued permit.
Sign value is based on the cost of installation to the applicant and may require documentation. Sign permit fees are charged per sign. If a sign(s) is installed prior to permit issuance, double fees are charged.