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Why live in Coquitlam?

Coquitlam is just 40 minutes east of downtown Vancouver and is one of Vancouver’s Tri-Cities, which also include Port Coquitlam and Port Moody. The city is a haven for those who love the outdoors, as in Coquitlam, you are quite literally on nature’s doorstep. Crystal Falls, Pinecone Burke Provincial Park, and Minnekhada Regional Park are all within Coquitlam’s bounds, not to mention the city’s many urban parks and walking trails. But if hiking, biking, cycling, and fishing aren’t for you, Coquitlam still has plenty to offer in the way of dining, cultural, and entertainment options. This is what attracts people of all ages, from all walks of life to Coquitlam - this and the affordable housing market.

Quality and diversity of education in Coquitlam

The Coquitlam School District, otherwise known as British Columbia School District No. 43, runs all public elementary and secondary schools in the three Tri-Cities, including Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody, as well as the villages of Anmore and Belcarra. In total, BC School District No. 43 operates 70 schools in the region. However, there are also many private, French Immersion, and Catholic schools available in the municipality. In terms of post-secondary education, there are a number of world-renowned institutions all around Coquitlam, including Simon Fraser University in Burnaby and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Beyond these two, Vancouver is also home to Capilano University, Vancouver Film School, the Art Institute of Vancouver, and the Emily Carr University of Art + Design.

Most populous cities in Coquitlam

A few of the most prominent neighbourhoods in Coquitlam include Burke Mountain, Austin Heights, City Centre, Central Coquitlam, Burquitlam, Maillairdville, and Eagle Ridge/Westwood Plateau.

Quality of infrastructure for Coquitlam

Coquitlam has excellent infrastructure, which is part of what makes it so attractive to residents. TransLink operates several bus routes in and around Coquitlam. The city also has SkyTrain access via the Millennium Line Evergreen Extension. Meanwhile, the West Coast Express train service also connects Coquitlam with downtown Vancouver. For motorists, Highway 7 and the Trans Canada Highway are easily accessible from Coquitlam, which makes for quick access to the downtown core, Vancouver International Airport, Squamish and Whistler, or even into the Interior, like Kelowna or Penticton. Eagle Ridge Hospital in Port Moody and the Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster are the nearest major medical centres to Coquitlam. However, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Mount Saint Joseph Hospital, St. Paul’s Hospital, and Vancouver General Hospital are also accessible.

Safety and security for Coquitlam

The Coquitlam contingency of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is responsible for securing the entire municipality of Coquitlam. That said, the area generally experiences low crime. In an emergency, residents should always dial 9-1-1.

Coquitlam property market

Compared to real estate in the City of Vancouver, Coquitlam’s housing market is much more affordable, which is part of what makes it so popular. Given that the region caters to everyone from families and seniors to young professionals, buyers will find a myriad of housing options here, with property types including apartments, condos, multi-storey homes, townhomes, detached homes, duplexes, semi-detached homes, and more.

Standard of living in Coquitlam

Offering an ideal blend of city life and nature, those who live in Coquitlam get to experience a high standard of living. If you don’t believe us, let’s consider the fact that Vancouver, of which Coquitlam is a part, was recently ranked one of the most liveable cities in the world. The Global Liveability Index’s 2023 Liveability Report analyzed cities worldwide in categories like stability, healthcare, culture & environment, and education, and Vancouver came fifth. This just goes to show how high the quality of life is in Vancouver and its surrounding areas.

Something wonderful about Coquitlam

Coquitlam has a long, fascinating history that is believed to have begun at least 9,000 years ago with the occupation of the Coast Salish people. The name Kwikwetlem (Coquitlam in English), has its origins in the Salish term "kʷikʷəƛ̓əm," which means "red fish up the river." This is likely a nod to the fact that Coquitlam sits on the Fraser and Pitt Rivers.

Population & demographics

Total population


Population age (%)

0-19 (21%)20-34 (20%)35-49 (21%)50-64 (22%)65+ (16%)


Average household income


Household composition (%)

Single person (25%)Multi person (4%)Single Family (70%)Multi Family (1%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (69%)Renters (31%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (56%)Mandarin (11%)Korean (8%)Yue (Cantonese) (7%)Iranian Persian (6%)Others (3%)Spanish (2%)Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) (2%)Russian (2%)