The series includes financial statements prepared by a number of different chartered accountants on behalf of the Corporation of the District of Coquitlam for the years 1912 to 1970. Earlier documents include boiler plate information about elected officials and department heads while later documents provide statistics and other information about the municipality as well as a selection of photographs in a few cases.
The series includes financial statements prepared by a number of different chartered accountants on behalf of the District of Coquitlam for the years 1971-1991. Starting in 1981, the reports were called Annual Reports but continued to reflect the same information. The reports include a municipal directory, the Municipal Treasurer's Report, the Auditor's Report, and financial statements.
The series consists of records relating to the amalgamation of the Corporation of the District of Fraser Mills and the Corporation of the District of Coquitlam. It includes draft agreements, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.
The series consists of a scrapbook prepared by a member of the Coquitlam Figure Skating Club to organize photographs of members that were left unclaimed. The scrapbook was initially put together during the 1968-69 season but covers the years 1963 to 1980.
The series consists of election pamphlets for candidates for Mayor, Council, and School Trustee for campaigns held in the 1990s. The series also includes a pamphlet from the City of Coquitlam's Financial Services Department about the allocation of property taxes.
The series consists of the Annual Reports, Statements of Financial Information, and Consolidated Financial Statements for 1992 to 2018. The Annual Reports vary slightly throughout the years but generally include a civic directory, a message from the Mayor, a Treasurer's report, an Auditor's report, maps, photographs, an organization chart, and financial statements. For the years 1994 to 2002, and 2008-2009 the series includes the Annual Report and a separate Statement of Financial Information. For the years 2010-2013 the series includes Consolidated Financial Statements.
The series consists of copies of the Tri-City News from 1990 to 2022 printed and bound in large volumes, arranged by month and year. The series also includes microfilmed copies of the Tri-City News from 1985 and 1986.
The series consists of a copy of the original Constitution and Bylaws from 1970 that was revised in 1976. The series also includes a revised Constitution and Bylaws from 2001 as well as a copy of the University Women's Club - White Rock BC, Directory & Constitution.
The subseries consists of records created as part of the Coquitlam 125 anniversary celebrations that took place over the course of 2016. The subseries includes PDF copies of stories that were submitted to the coquitlam125.ca website, as well as photographs and videos taken by a group of artists (Artists Rendering Tales Collective Inc.) commissioned by the City of Coquitlam to document events throughout the year.
The item consists of a map of Coquitlam and Surrey that shows the pipeline (in red) from Coquitlam to New Westminster. The map depicts the Westminster Bridge but does not have the Patullo Bridge, putting it somewhere between 1904 (when the Westminster Bridge was constructed) and 1937 (when the Patullo Bridge was constructed).
The item consists of a map of the District of Coquitlam produced by Archibald Moir & Co. The map shows more subdivision of certain lots than MP.0001 but it shows an intact District of Coquitlam, therefore the map was created prior to the incorporation of the City of Port Coquitlam in 1913.
The item consists of a souvenir program produced by the Coquitlam Minor Hockey Association for the Coquitlam Centennial '71 Pup Hockey Tournament that was held from April 8-12, 1971 at the Coquitlam Sports Centre at 633 Poirier Street.
The item consists of a piece of sheet music composed in honour of Coquitlam's centennial in 1991. The song was composed by Del Gachallan and is entitled, "Coquitlam, My Town." The song dedication message reads, "This song is dedicated to the Coquitlam Centennial Committee and volunteers, the Mayor and Members of Council, the Hillcrest Elementary School Choir, to all Coquitlam residents and to my family and friends."