Accessibility and inclusion benefits everyone. The City of Port Coquitlam is committed to providing accessible and inclusive spaces, services, programs and opportunities for all members of our community.
The Accessibility Action Plan aims to build on the City’s previous and ongoing work to identify, prevent and remove barriers to accessibility, involve those with diverse abilities, promote inclusion, and foster a positive and respectful community through the City’s actions and services.
The City of Port Coquitlam has created this Accessibility Action Plan in accordance with the requirements of the Accessible British Columbia Act, which came into force for municipalities on September 1, 2022. This requires the City to establish an accessibility committee, develop an accessibility strategy, and implement a public feedback mechanism. This Action Plan provides the opportunity to align the City’s accessibility work with the Province – bringing together diverse efforts from across the City to build a culture where the City is actively seeking to identify and remove barriers to accessibility. The Action Plan was developed with input from the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable City staff, and community-serving organizations.
Accessibility Survey (2023)
We want to know your experience. Provide feedback on accessibility in Port Coquitlam related to the City’s programs, facilities, information, and/or services by completing the form below.
Access and Inclusion staff will review feedback and share it with the relevant department who will respond. Your feedback will help the City shape future Accessibility Action Plans and help us remove existing barriers and prevent them in the future.