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Naturally PoCo

2019

COMMUNITY CALENDAR & WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE


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About our 2019 calendar

Find your collection day info:

The theme of our 2019 calendar is Naturally PoCo, highlighting the beauty in the flora, fauna and landscapes that can be found in and around Port Coquitlam.

• On the monthly calendar pages • In the Sort it Right! flipguide available at City facilities and portcoquitlam.ca/sortitright

• With the free PoCo Waste-Line app: portcoquitlam.ca/wasteline • At portcoquitlam.ca/waste (Waste Cart & Collection Info page)

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We thank all contributors and will feature these and other submitted photos in City publications and portcoquitlam.ca/photos.

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All photos featured in the calendar were submitted by community shutterbugs. The striking cover image was photographed by Mustafa Hassan and showcases scenic Blakeburn Lagoons Park, which opened in 2018 and was the subject of numerous submissions.

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One meal is enough to bring a bear back to your neighbourhood again and again. Secure attractants to keep your family and neighbours safe and avoid a $150 fine. More tips and info: portcoquitlam.ca/bears.

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• Secure attractants in a garage or shed, or with an approved cart lock. • Pick ripe fruit and berries and remove when fallen. • Clean your barbecue after every use. • Keep pet food and bird seed out of reach.

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5 Steve Kazemir spotted this visitor on Knappen Street in south Port Coquitlam

A sustainable approach

This calendar has been printed on FSC®-certified paper with at least 10% post-consumer recycled content. Using this paper achieves savings in: trees

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greenhouse gases

• Set out unlocked carts at the curb 5:30-7:30 am on collection day. • Secure them again by 7 pm.

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The calendars were also delivered to Port Coquitlam households in 100% biodegradable plastic bags. Please recycle this calendar at the end of 2019.


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Waste disposal resources and the Sort it Right! search tool: portcoquitlam.ca/sortitright Printed materials at City facilities, or drop by Public Works to speak to staff 604.927.5496 Free PoCo Waste-Line app: Collection reminders, search tool and more: portcoquitlam.ca/wasteline Request a presentation for your group, school or complex: portcoquitlam.ca/ambassadors

Get the free app and never miss another pickup! Download the free PoCo Waste-Line app at portcoquitlam.ca/wasteline to: • Get personalized collection reminders • Use the Sort it Right! search tool to WASTE-LINE find out where it goes • Report a problem with any City service • Receive emergency notifications from the City • and more!

These items are often discarded incorrectly. Do you know where they go? Plastic bags and soft plastics NEVER go in your blue or green cart, even to hold other items. (Exception: Put shredded paper in SALAD a clear bag in your blue cart.) Most soft plastics are now accepted at the recycling depot. Soft plastics that still go in the garbage: Garbage bags, compostable/biodegradable plastics, bubble wrap and six-pack rings.

Construction waste and treated or stained wood NEVER go in the garbage or green cart. Take them to the Coquitlam Transfer Station, 1200 United Blvd.

Food waste and food-soiled papers (e.g. napkins and pizza boxes) NEVER go in your garbage cart. Put them in the green cart with your yard waste. Info: portcoquitlam.ca/greencart.

Styrofoam containers and trays NEVER go in the garbage or recycling cart. Take them to the recycling depot.

Electronics, power tools and small appliances NEVER go in the garbage. Take-back depots: returnit.ca/electronics for electronics, and electrorecycle.ca for small appliances and power tools.


WINTER AT LEIGH SQUARE BY PROCELYN TAN

LOCATION: DOWNTOWN PORT COQUITLAM


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MONDAY A Year of Art Enjoy a new year of art at Leigh Square. Learn about upcoming exhibits: portcoquitlam.ca/ leighsquare.

Plastic shopping bags go to a depot – not in green or blue carts. portcoquitlam.ca/ sortitright

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Tree chipping 9am-4pm #1 Fire Hall, 1725 Broadway Epiphany

Registered arts and culture programs begin at Leigh Square: experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY SD43 schools back in session Orthodox Christmas

Heritage Detectives weekly meetings begin 10am pocoheritage.org 604.927.8403 Council meeting 6pm City Hall

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Volunteer Awards nominations open: portcoquitlam.ca/volunteer Monthly Heritage Writers’ Group begins 10:30am pocoheritage.org 604.927.8403

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Tree chipping 9am-4pm #1 Fire Hall, 1725 Broadway

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Clear Your Sidewalks Homes and businesses must clear adjacent sidewalks after it snows. Be a good neighbour and clear others nearby! portcoquitlam.ca/snow

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Chop It or Chip It Jan 5-6 Firefighters will chip your tree for a minimum $5 donation to the Burn Fund. You can also chop up your tree and put it in your green cart. portcoquitlam.ca/ greencart Download the Free PoCo Waste-Line App Get waste collection reminders, use the search tool to find out where it goes, report problems to the City and more. portcoquitlam.ca/ wasteline

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Get Active in 2019! There are plenty of fun ways for adults and kids to get active. Check out portcoquitlam.ca/ leisureguide for ideas!

Weekly Youth Late Night Skates begin 10:15-11:15pm Rec Complex

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SD43 Winter Break + Winter Break Day Camps – experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY

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Skating lessons and parent/tot drop-ins begin: experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY Monthly Rhymes of Times begin 10:30am pocoheritage.org Orthodox New Year

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2019 business licences due

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Dog Licences Due Feb 1 Did you know that all dogs six months and up require an annual dog licence? Renew before Feb. 1 to save $15. portcoquitlam.ca/dogs Are You Prepared? Learn to be self-sufficient after a disaster at a free emergency preparedness course: Mar. 2, May 25, Sept. 14 or Nov. 23. portcoquitlam.ca/ep


WINTER SUNRISE BY CAROL TURNBULL

LOCATION: SETTLERS PARK


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Nominate a Volunteer Volunteers help make our city a special place. Show your appreciation by nominating a volunteer by Mar. 5 for a Port Coquitlam Volunteer Recognition Award. portcoquitlam.ca/volunteer

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Kindness Counts Feb 27 Help promote kindness and take a stand against bullying. Support BC Stop Bullying Day: wear a pink shirt and check out our activities. pocoyouth.com Day Camps School’s out for the day? No problem! Check out our fun day camps for children and youth. experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY (7529)

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Seniors’ Valentine’s Day Tea (50+) 2pm Rec Complex 604.927.PLAY Valentine’s Day

Check out our day camps experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY SD43 schools not in session National Flag of Canada Day

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Rec Complex is Open The PoCo Rec Complex remains open for ice, seniors’ and recreation programs while construction is underway. portcoquitlam.ca/ reccomplex

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Check out our day camps experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY SD43 Pro D Day

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Kindness Counts breakfast 7:30am Hyde Creek 604.927.PLAY Art Focus free art demo 7-9pm Seniors’ Birthday Party & New Leigh Square 604.927.PLAY Members’ Tea (50+) 2pm BC Stop Bullying Day Rec Complex 604.927.PLAY

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Spring program registration starts experienceit.ca 604.927.PLAY

Learn to Prevent Burns Burns are a leading cause of injury and death for children. Did you know: • Most hot water burns take place in the bathroom. • Glass fireplace barriers can heat to over 200 C in about six minutes. portcoquitlam.ca/burn Blue cart

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FEBRUARY Family Day Fun Feb 18 Spend Family Day in PoCo. Check out our special swim, skate and other fun activities. portcoquitlam.ca/ familyday

Heritage Week Feb 18-24 – Drop by the Heritage Centre at Leigh Square or pocoheritage.org

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Save Paper and Time MyPortCoquitlam lets you renew dog and business licences, get tax or utility info, schedule building and plumbing inspections, and more. portcoquitlam.ca/ myportcoquitlam PoCo Foundation Grant applications are accepted from Jan. 1 to Mar. 1 each year for qualifying projects. pocofoundation.com


BEARS AND TREES BY MAJA LAKHANI

LOCATION: PORT COQUITLAM


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Help Responders Help You The Residential Dispatch Information Sheet mailed with your utility bill alerts emergency responders about unique circumstances or needs in your home. A new form must be submitted each year. portcoquitlam.ca/dispatchform

Plastic baggies and ziplock bags can now be taken to depots. portcoquitlam.ca/ sortitright

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PoCo Heritage celebrates City’s 106th birthday 604.927.8403 Seniors’ Birthday Party & New Members’ Tea (50+) 2pm Rec Complex 604.927.PLAY

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SD43 Spring Break Mar 18-29 – Child and Youth Day Camp Info: experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY

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Spring Break Camps Join us for two weeks of fun from March 18 to 29! Sign up for day camps for both children and youth. experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY (7529)

Sort it Right as You Clean Time for spring cleaning? Donate, sell or give away unwanted but usable items, and dispose of any waste the right way. portcoquitlam.ca/ sortitright

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Earth Hour: Turn out the lights 8:30-9:30pm

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Help Keep Bears Away Bear season has begun. Secure waste carts and other bear attractants, and only set out carts from 5:30 to 7:30 am on collection day. portcoquitlam.ca/bears

Apply for a Grant Apply for a City grant this spring to support your community or cultural project that will benefit the community. portcoquitlam.ca/grants

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St. Patrick’s Day

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Check Alarms Mar 10 Only a working smoke alarm saves lives. Inspect, clean and vacuum your smoke alarm and change the batteries every time the clocks change. portcoquitlam.ca/ firesafety

International Women’s Day

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Earth Hour Mar 30 Turn off lights, electronics and appliances from 8:30 to 9:30 pm to join in this global movement. earthhour.org


GARDEN WEEDING FOREMAN BY DANIELLE COOPER

LOCATION: A RIVERWOOD AREA BACKYARD


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Seniors’ Birthday Party & New Members’ Tea (50+) 2pm Rec Complex 604.927.PLAY

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Celebrating Volunteers Port Coquitlam is celebrating volunteers during National Volunteer Week Apr. 7 to 13. Find out about local opportunities at portcoquitlam.ca/ volunteer.

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Earth Week How will you recognize Earth Week Apr. 16-22? Get ideas for living green: portcoquitlam.ca/green.

Easter Arts Celebration 1-3pm Leigh Square 604.927.8400 First Day of Passover

Earth Week Apr 16-22 – portcoquitlam.ca/green

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Check out our Pro D Day Camps at experienceit.ca SD43 Pro D Day Last Quarter

City-wide Garage Sale 9am-1pm portcoquitlam.ca/garagesale Last Day of Passover

Gear Up for the Fourth Annual PoCo Grand Prix Get involved in this great day of pro cycling, free family fun and entertainment downtown on Friday, July 12 as a volunteer, sponsor or participant. pocograndprix.ca

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APRIL City-wide Garage Sale Hold a garage sale with homes across the City on Apr. 27. Go to portcoquitlam.ca/ garagesale to be listed online. Sign up by Apr. 17 for free advertising.

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Registered arts and culture programs begin at Leigh Square: experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY City-wide Garage Sale ad deadline PoCo Heritage AGM 6:30pm portcoquitlam.ca/garagesale pocoheritage.org 604.927.8403 Good Friday

Palm Sunday Vaisakhi

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National Volunteer Week Apr 7-13 – portcoquitlam.ca/volunteer

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Council meeting 6pm City Hall

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SD43 schools back in session Residential utility bills due 5% penalty after Apr 1

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Learn about Our Past Find out about Port Coquitlam’s history and more – check out the latest exhibit at the Heritage at Leigh Square museum and archives. pocoheritage.com/ museum Stay Connected Want to stay up-to-date about your City? Keep an eye on our website, portcoquitlam.ca, and connect with us at portcoquitlam.ca/ connect. Chafer Beetle Info Are Chafer beetles infesting your lawn? View helpful videos and advice at portcoquitlam.ca/ chaferbeetle.


SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLY BY CORINNE NEWELL

LOCATION: HAMILTON STREET


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Art Focus free art demo 7-9pm Leigh Square 604.927.PLAY

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Rotary May Day Parade, Party in the Square and more portcoquitlam.ca/maydays

Youth Week May 1-7 Enjoy a week of sports, a big screen movie and other activities for youth pocoyouth.com

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Evening at the Museum 7pm pocoheritage.org 604.927.8403

Public Works Week May 19-25 – portcoquitlam.ca/pwweek

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May Days May 3-11

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MAY Celebrate the 96th Annual May Days Celebrate May Days with activities for the whole family. Join us May 3 for the Opening Ceremony and May 11 for the Rotary May Day Parade and Party in the Square. portcoquitlam.ca/ maydays

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Bike to Work Week May 27-June 2 – portcoquitlam.ca/cycling

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Exhibition Opening Reception Leigh Square 604.927.8400 portcoquitlam.ca/leighsquare

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Art Focus spring show opening reception 7-9pm Leigh Square 604.927.8400 May Days Opening Ceremony 7:30 pm 604.927.PLAY

Emergency Preparedness Week May 5-11 – portcoquitlam.ca/ep

Victoria Day

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Water it Right! Regional water-use restrictions start May 15 – regardless of the weather. portcoquitlam.ca/ wateritright

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Emergency Preparedness Week May 5-11 Get Are You Prepared?, the City’s handy resident EP guide, to know what to do before, during and after a disaster. portcoquitlam.ca/ep Summer Leisure Guide Our summer edition is packed with programs to suit everyone’s interests. Registration begins May 4: experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY (7529). Learn about Public Works Check out our Public Works services May 25 at this fun, family-friendly community open house. portcoquitlam.ca/ pwweek Crime Prevention Info Want to learn about crime prevention at home and in the City? Drop by our Community Policing stations. portcoquitlam.ca/cp


TREE CLIMBER BY JACOB HELMHOLD

LOCATION: KILMER ELEMENTARY


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Farmers Market Returns Join us in Leigh Square Thursdays, 3-7 pm until mid-October for fresh produce and foods, handmade items, entertainment, kids’ activities and more. portcoquitlam.ca/farmersmarket

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Seniors’ Week Lunch 12:30pm Rec Complex 604.927.PLAY Farmers Market 3-7pm Leigh Sq portcoquitlam.ca/farmersmarket

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Seniors’ Week June 1-8 Check out the fun Seniors’ Week activities at the Port Coquitlam Rec Complex. 604.927. PLAY (7529) or portcoquitlam.ca/ seniors

EP Field Day Help make radio contact around the world at this emergency preparedness radio demo, running non-stop June 22 at Castle Park. epcom.ca Stay Safe at the Grill Keep fire safety in mind during barbecue season. Don’t leave a lit barbecue unattended, keep hoses away from hot surfaces and grease, and never put water on a grease fire. portcoquitlam.ca/ firesafety

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Summer Camp Fun Fill those summer days with fun by signing up for our day camps for children and youth. experienceit.ca or 604.927.PLAY (7529).

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Taxes Made Easier Property taxes are due July 2. Save time: • Pay via online banking. • Use MyPortCoquitlam (portcoquitlam.ca/ myportcoquitlam) to view bills and more. • Set up monthly tax and utility payments at portcoquitlam.ca/ prepayment.


SUNSET BY MAGGIE HUANG

LOCATION: COLONY FARM REGIONAL PARK


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Music in the Park 2-4pm portcoquitlam.ca/summer

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Seniors’ Summer BBQ (50+) 12:30pm 604.927.PLAY Farmers Market 3-7pm Leigh Sq

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Outdoor Pools Cool off this summer at one of our outdoor pools and spray areas. portcoquitlam.ca/ pools

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JULY Celebrate Canada Day Enjoy a pancake breakfast and fishing derby at Lions Park, then head to Castle Park for entertainment, a kids’ zone, firefighters’ salmon BBQ and fireworks finale. portcoquitlam.ca/ canadaday PoCo Grand Prix July 12 Join thousands downtown for the fourth annual PoCo Grand Prix presented by Dominion Lending Centres, featuring pro cycling, free entertainment and family fun. pocograndprix.ca Summer in the City Enjoy a summer of family fun with free movies at local parks, outdoor performances and more. Check the July and August calendars or portcoquitlam.ca/ summer. Hot Summer Nights and Block Parties Invite local fire crews to your neighbourhood gathering or block party: portcoquitlam.ca/fire or 604.927.5466. More info: portcoquitlam.ca/ blockparty. Stay Active This Fall How will you stay active this fall? Check out the fall Leisure Guide at portcoquitlam.ca/ leisureguide and register for programs and activities starting July 27.


HYDE CREEK FLOWERS BY KRISTIN LOVERIDGE

LOCATION: HYDE CREEK RECREATION CENTRE


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AUGUST Car Show Weekend Watch collector cars tour the City in the Car Cruise Aug. 17, then head to the main event downtown on Aug. 18 for hundreds of cars, entertainment, kids’ activities and more. pococarshow.ca Come Work With Us Interested in working for the City? Find out about current job opportunities at portcoquitlam.ca/jobs.

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Get Prepared this Fall Learn to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours after a disaster at one of the City’s free emergency preparedness courses. portcoquitlam.ca/ep Planning a Reno? Get a permit before you build or alter a structure to ensure your project is safe and meets code requirements. portcoquitlam.ca/bizhub or 604.927.5444 PoCo Waste-Line App Download the free PoCo Waste-Line app for personalized collection reminders, a wastesorting search tool, tips, reporting form and more. portcoquitlam.ca/ wasteline Join Us for 50+ Activities Are you age 50 or better? See what’s happening at the Rec Complex! 604.927.PLAY (7529) or portcoquitlam.ca/seniors


WILDFLOWER MERIDIANS FILLED WITH POPPIES BY LAURA THOMAS

LOCATION: NEAR THE COAST MERIDIAN OVERPASS


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Lock it Right! This Fall Bears are active in the fall as they prepare to hibernate. Secure waste carts with an approved lock or in a garage, and only set out carts from 5:30-7:30 am on collection day. portcoquitlam.ca/bears

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SEPTEMBER Run for Terry Fox Sept 15 Honour Terry’s legacy: run, walk, wheel, roll or ride 3km, 5km or 10km to support cancer research. Starts at Hyde Creek Rec Centre at 10 am (register from 8:30 am, or at terryfox.org in advance). portcoquitlam.ca/ terryfox

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Rivers & Trails Festival Celebrate our rivers, trails and community with activities, art, culture and family fun on Sept. 22. portcoquitlam.ca/ festivals Stay Safe in the Kitchen Kitchens are a busy place as school resumes. Never leave hot foods unattended or where they can be knocked over, turn pot handles in, and take care with hot items. portcoquitlam.ca/ firesafety Be Careful on the Roads As the days grow shorter, take extra care while driving and watch for children. When you walk or cycle, pay attention and make sure you can be seen by drivers. icbc.com/road-safety Culture Days Celebrate arts, culture and heritage on Sept. 28 with hands-on activities as part of the Canada-wide Culture Days festivities. portcoquitlam.ca/ culturedays


BLAKEBURN LAGOONS EARLY FALL BY BRYAN NESS

LOCATION: BLAKEBURN LAGOONS PARK


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ShakeOut BC Drill Oct 17 Wherever you are Oct. 17 at 10:17 am, drop, cover and hold on as part of this annual BCwide earthquake drill. portcoquitlam.ca/ep Halloween Family Fun Bring the family to the Halloween Howl Oct. 19, with a haunted house, carnival and swim, then join us for a Halloween skate on Oct. 27. 604.927.PLAY (7529)

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Check out Biz Hub Starting a business or developing a property? Biz Hub is a one-stop shop for business services and advice, at City Hall Annex (2564 Shaughnessy St.) or portcoquitlam.ca/bizhub. Know the Fireworks Regs If you’re planning a fireworks display, avoid a fine by applying for a Fireworks Event Permit before 3 pm on Oct. 31. 604.927.5466 or portcoquitlam.ca/ fireworks Clean Catchbasins Help prevent flooding by cleaning leaves and debris from catchbasin grates. Report damaged grates to 604.927.5496.


A TREE SWALLOW FLYING TO A BIRD HOUSE BY DAVID OSMOND

LOCATION: COLONY FARM REGIONAL PARK NEAR SHAUGHNESSY STREET


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Remembrance Day Ceremony Nov 11 Join us to remember those who sacrificed for us all. A 9:30 am service at the Port Coquitlam Recreation Complex will be followed by a parade to Veterans Park and a wreath-laying ceremony at 11 am. portcoquitlam.ca/remember

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Kick Off the Holidays Get into the holiday spirit: come to Christmas in Leigh Square Nov. 22-23, featuring an artisan market, entertainment, lighting event, and more. portcoquitlam.ca/ christmas

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NOVEMBER Salmon Festival Nov 17 Learn about salmon and enjoy displays, kids’ activities, hatchery tours and more at this free family event, co-hosted with the Hyde Creek Watershed Society. hydecreek.org

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CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

LOCATION: PATRICIA BRIDGE, TRABOULAY POCO TRAIL


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Put all your holiday food leftovers into your green cart. portcoquitlam.ca/ sortitright

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Have a Safe Holiday Be cautious with combustible items like trees, ornaments and wrapping paper, as well as lights and extension cords. portcoquitlam.ca/ firesafety


Important Contacts ADMINISTRATION / GENERAL CITY HALL City Hall (2580 Shaughnessy St): 604.927.5411, info@portcoquitlam.ca Careers: Human Resources: 604.927.5417 Council: 604.927.5410 Council meetings, elections: 604.927.5421, corporateoffice@portcoquitlam.ca

BUDGET / TAXES Accounts Payable: 604.927.5431 Budget / Financial Plan: 604.927.5280, budget@portcoquitlam.ca Property tax, utility, dog licence payments: 604.927.5425, taxes@portcoquitlam.ca Purchasing: 604.927.5430

BUSINESS SERVICES Business licences / services: 604.927.5238, businesslicensing@portcoquitlam.ca

BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT & ENGINEERING Building permits and inspections: 604.927.5444, building@portcoquitlam.ca Inspection requests: 604.927.5445 or at portcoquitlam.ca/myportcoquitlam Development and land use: 604.927.5442, planning@portcoquitlam.ca Engineering: 604.927.5420, engineering@portcoquitlam.ca

BYLAW ENFORCEMENT Inquiries and complaints: 604.927.5440, bylawservices@portcoquitlam.ca Illegal dumping on City property: 604.927.5496, publicworks@portcoquitlam.ca

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Police, Fire & Ambulance: 9.1.1 Information during a major disaster: • Radio updates: CKNW AM 980, CBC AM 690 • City website, Facebook & Twitter

City emergency info (recorded): 604.927.5311

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Bears/Dangerous Wildlife Sightings: Conservation Officer: 1.877.952.7277 Downed Power Lines: BC Hydro, 1.888.769.3766 Gas Leaks: Fortis BC, 1.888.224.2710 Public Works – After-hours Emergencies: Transportation, Drainage, Flood Control, Sewer and Water System etc.: 604.543.6700

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FACILITIES City Hall: 604.927.5411, 2580 Shaughnessy St City Hall Annex / BizHub: 200-2564 Shaughnessy St, enter next to BMO (For phone numbers, see Business, Building, Development & Engineering section at left) Cemetery: 604.927.5251, 4150 Oxford St Facility bookings: recreation@portcoquitlam.ca Fire Hall #1 / Fire Administration: 604.927.5466, 1725 Broadway St fire@portcoquitlam.ca Fire Hall #2: 3196 Toronto St Hyde Creek Recreation Centre: 604.927.7529,1379 Laurier Ave Hyde Away Youth Centre: 604.927.7962 Leigh Square Community Arts Village: The Gathering Place: 604.927.7900, 2253 Leigh Sq The Outlet: 604.927.8400, 2248 McAllister Ave Public Works: 604.927.5496, 1737 Broadway St Port Coquitlam Recreation Complex: 604.927.7970, 2150 Wilson Ave RCMP (Coquitlam RCMP): 604.945.1550, 2986 Guildford Way, Coquitlam Terry Fox Library: 604.927.7999, 2470 Mary Hill Rd

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Garbage, recycling and green carts: 604.927.5496, publicworks@portcoquitlam.ca Public Works inquiries (water/sewer, dikes, roads, sidewalks, traffic signals, streetlights, park and tree maintenance etc.): 604.927.5496, publicworks@portcoquitlam.ca Sports field closures: 604.927.5455

COMMUNITY CONTACTS Fraser Health – Public Health: 604.949.7200 Port Coquitlam Community Foundation: info@pocofoundation.com Port Coquitlam Heritage & Cultural Society: 604.927.8403, info@pocoheritage.org Port Coquitlam Sports Alliance: pocosport.com School District #43: 604.939.9201

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2019 Community Calendar & Waste Collection Schedule  

The theme of our 2019 calendar is Naturally PoCo, highlighting the beauty in the flora, fauna and landscapes that can be found in and around...

2019 Community Calendar & Waste Collection Schedule  

The theme of our 2019 calendar is Naturally PoCo, highlighting the beauty in the flora, fauna and landscapes that can be found in and around...