In the City of Coquitlam, dogs must be on-leash everywhere unless designated by a sign as an off-leash area.
The Animal Care and Control Bylaw Number 4240, 2011 states:
10. Control of Animals
10.1 Except in areas and at times specifically designated by a posted notice as being an off leash area, every owner of an animal must ensure that the animal, other than an altered cat, is not, at any time, at large.
Things you may not know about keeping your dog leashed:
The City’s goal is to create parks that are user-friendly for all people and animals. As a dog owner, there are three main things you can do that will help ensure everyone has an enjoyable park experience:
Following these simple behaviours at all our parks and trails makes the experience more enjoyable for everyone, including the dogs:
2775 Panorama Drive
Bramble Park is a fenced off-leash dog area situated just south of Bramble Park under the Hydro Right-of-Way, between Panorama Drive and David Avenue.
149 Westwood Street
Glen Park off leash dog area has a fenced natural area with large trees and separate sections for large or small dogs. The site can be accessed from either Westwood or Pipeline streets, with parking available off Westwood Street.
1254 Soball Street
Leigh Park has a designated dog off-leash area for both large and small dogs.
870 Oakview Street
Miller Park off leash dog area is situated on the eastern portion of Miller Park.
501 Mariner Way
Mundy Park Trail Map (PDF)
Fenced, off-leash dog park on the west side of Mariner Way in the hydro right-of-way, south of the Chilko Drive parking area. This site has a dedicated fenced area for large dogs and a separate similar fenced area for small dogs. Access to the fenced areas is managed by a double gate system. The site is approximately a 3- to 5-minute walk from the Chilko parking area along an asphalt pathway.
All trails within Mundy Park are off-leash from dawn to 10 a.m. with the exception of the following:
Dogs must remain on the trails at all times and must not chase or disturb wildlife.
1685 Parkway Boulevard
The forested trails offer scenic views through the trees, with a portion dedicated for off-leash dogs.