Town Hall Meeting

What Happens at a Town Hall?

There is no set agenda at a Town Hall meeting - these more informal meetings are typically scheduled in advance and provide community members an opportunity to voice their opinions, suggest new ideas, and ask questions of Council. Senior City staff are also in attendance to respond to inquiries. 

The feedback provided at these sessions provides Council and staff important information about City services, changes taking place in the community and future opportunities.

Coquitlam’s last Town Hall was held on April 29, 2021. An archived version of the meeting, and the Minutes of the meeting, can be found in the Available Archives section. 

How to Participate

Similar to regular meetings of Council, community members may choose to attend in person or participate virtually. Additional details will be shared as future Town Hall Meetings are scheduled.

Creating a Respectful Conversation

Both in-person and submitted questions and conversations must support a respectful conversation.

Participants are asked to refrain from:

  • Racist, sexist and offensive language
  • Personal attacks and defamatory statements
  • Violating someone’s privacy
  • Threats or suggesting committing a criminal act

Public Record

Please be advised that by submitting a question or suggestion for a Town Hall Meeting, the information you provide will become part of the public record. The information collected and used is done so in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

For further information please call the City Clerk’s Office at 604-927-3010 or email the City Clerk.