Setting priorities in the ever-changing municipal environment presents both opportunities and challenges – making it more important than ever that the City of Coquitlam hears from members of the community regarding the changes taking place in our city.
With this in mind, the Mayor and Council invite interested Coquitlam residents to share their ideas and views, and provide input at a Town Hall Meeting.
WHEN Saturday, April 20, 2013 – 1:30 – 4:30pm
WHERE Coquitlam City Hall Council Chambers – 3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam
NOTE: COUNCIL WILL BE RESPONDING TO QUESTIONS ON THE LIVE BROADCAST, NOT IN DIRECT RESPONSE ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER OR EMAIL.
You can attend/view and participate in the Town Hall meeting by either in person, or online.
IN PERSON: You can attend the meeting in person and ask your questions of Council at a microphone set up in Council Chambers.
ONLINE: Watch the Council meeting online and submit your questions through one of these online methods. The online stream of the meeting can be accessed on the City website, but the live stream will not be accessible until 15 minutes prior to the meeting.
If you decide to watch the Town Hall Meeting online, you can still contribute to the discussion by posing questions to council via:
FACEBOOK: Residents can submit questions via Facebook. Residents can register with the event to participate. 15 minutes before the meeting begins, the wall will open for comments to be submitted.
TWITTER: Residents can submit questions via Twitter using a hashtag that will be posted one hour before the event.
Please note that due to time limitations, not all questions may be responded to. Questions will be moderated to ensure that they adhere to City guidelines, and by submitting a question or comment, the information you provide will become part of the public record.