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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.

 

Current News

06.25.2019 - NOTICE - Roof Maintenance, Gutter Clearing & Vent Replacement

Please be advised that RooFix Services Inc. will be onsite starting July 2 nd, 2019 to start the Roof Maintenance. RooFix will be on site for up to 10 weeks to complete the project.

Please be mindful of equipment and ladders set up in and around the complex.

Starting time will be 7:30 a.m.
Completing time between 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Please note: Some of the products that we will be using do have an odour. There are no health risks associated with the odours and it will dissipate within 24 hours. SDS sheets available upon request.

If you have furniture or items of value, you may wish to cover or move them to prevent damage. Also, you may wish to close your blinds for additional privacy.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Phone: 604-444-4342 Fax: 604-444-4362 services@roofixinc.com http://www.roofixinc.com #11, 3051 Underhill Ave. Burnaby BC V5A 3C2

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06.11.2019 - NOTICE - ROADWAY & VISITOR PARKING SEALCOATING - weather permitting - will be completed as follows;

Wednesday June 26, to Thursday June 27, 2019 inclusive
AND Wednesday July 3, to Thursday July 4, 2019 inclusive

from 8:00am to 6:00pm the next day

IMPORTANT: ACCESS WILL BE COMPLETELY CLOSED TO ALL VEHILCES FOR THE ENTIRE PERIODS SHOWN ABOVE to the areas noted on the map on the specified days.

Please see complete notice with maps here for more details.

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06.11.2019 - NOTICE - WATERING REMINDER

The dry season is already well underway and our lawns and shrubs are starting to show the need for water. We spend a significant amount of funds repairing lawns and replacing shrubs each year that die off due to lack of water.

Please be reminded to ensure you water your lawns, shrubs and plants around your units. This will keep our grounds looking nice and also help keep your fees low. Keeping in mind the City's water restrictions.

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05.17.2019 - NOTICE - Window Washing June 5-19th - COMPLETED

Let council know of any deficiencies.

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06.04.2019 - NOTICE TO RESIDENTS - Replanting of Shrubs - New Shrubs have been planted again and they need watering. If they are not watered they will not survive. This is crucial. This is a big investment in the landscape and we need owners to understand this. They need to be watered daily if there is no rainfall".

Can all Owners kindly ensure that the newly installed plantings adjacent to their units are watered daily (if there is no rainfall) in order to ensure their survival?

Notice - New Plant Care Instructions for download.

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03.29.2016 - NOTICE TO RESIDENTS - Bear Sighting - Dear Residents of Citadel Pointe, please know that there was a bear sighting on the Strata Property, March 29, 2016.
 
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.

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.