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Welcome to Citadel Pointe - a gated community of 120 estate-sized luxury townhomes situated on a bluff overlooking the Fraser River and Colony Farm Nature Reserve. Citadel Pointe is nestled within the prestigious community of Citadel Heights in Port Coquitlam at 678 and 688 Citadel Drive. We enjoy a private setting yet are still close to all amenities including Coquitlam Centre, the shops along Shaughnessy, and both the Lougheed and Trans Canada Highways.

This site has been created by owners for the owners of Citadel Pointe and we hope to help you keep up with what’s going on in and around your home.


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SpectraTec Services will be on-site to clean all of the roadway, driveway, front yard and backyard catch basins on site

December 20 & 21, 2021
Starting at 8am – off site by 4pm

Parking Stalls & driveways where drains are located will need to be vacant for this service to be performed. All front yard and backyard catch basins will need to be
free of obstructions and clearly visible.



10.05.2020 - NOTICE - GARBAGE BINS

Residents are reminded to please ensure that all waste, including the green waste bin is put out on the collection day only and not the night before.

As per the City of Port Coquitlam bylaws, the garbage (on collection days) is not permitted outside before 5:30 a.m. and must be put away by 7:00 p.m.

The City has been handing out $500 fines for observed infractions.


09.11.2020 - NOTICE TO RESIDENTS - Bears
Owing to bear actitvity, all Residents are strongly advised not to leave any "attractants", e.g., waste bins, recycling containers, bird feeders, etc." outside your unit overnight.

As per the City of Port Coquitlam bylaws the garbage (on collection days) is not permitted outside before 5:30 a.m. days and must be put away by 7 p.m.

Please check the calendar page on the Citadel Pointe website, or refer to the City of Port Coquitlam's page, or download PDFs of the collection schedule here. PAGE 1 and PAGE 2 in order to set out your waste on the correct day.

If you see a bear please:

Reporting Bear Sightings
If you see a bear that is going about its regular bear business such as walking through your yard, trails, or open park spaces, don't panic, leave it alone and do not cut off its escape path. It is normal for bears to roam through urban areas, especially as development encroaches on wild space.  

Please report these random sightings, bears in garbage sightings, and encounters with aggressive bears to the Provincial Conservation Officer Service 24hr hotline at 1.877.952.RAPP (7277) or online at www.rapp.bc.ca.



With the hot summer weather, we would like to remind all residents that everyone’s help is needed to water their yards and plants. Your assistance is needed in keeping the landscaping beautiful and also ensuring Strata fees are not impacted by plant replacement due to die off. Please use your own hose, sprinkler, and watering cans to water the grass, shrubs, hedges, and flowers around your townhouse on a regular basis during the summer months.

Please note that trees, shrubs and flowers can be hand watered at any time (lawn sprinklers can only be used during the abovementioned dates and times).