Why was an assessment needed for Burke Mountain?

Coquitlam’s Burke Mountain area has seen considerable development in recent years and remains a heavily treed area with extensive parkland and creek corridor areas. The 2015 windstorms and drought conditions affected the dynamic, green spaces in Northeast Coquitlam. The assessment will allow the City to take a proactive approach towards creating solutions to stabilize the forested space in the Upper and Lower Hyde Creek, and Smiling Creek neighbourhoods.

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1. What is a tree risk assessment?
2. Why was an assessment needed for Burke Mountain?
3. Will I receive the results of the assessment?
4. How will the hazard work affect the streams and wildlife?
5. Who conducted the assessment?
6. Now that trees have been removed from the covenant are registered to my property, can we use or modify this space?