Eagle Ridge CQ

Where is Eagle Ridge?

Eagle Ridge is a suburb close to Westwood plateau and is one of Coquitlam’s older neighborhoods with the ages of the homes in the neighborhood dating as far back as 1998. Most of the homes are Detached with Townhouses, Apartment/Condos, Co-Op Housing and Duplexes.

It is also home to the Coquitlam Crunch, a 2.25 hiking trail and the Eagle Ridge Hospital.


What is the average home price in Eagle Ridge CQ, Coquitlam, BC?

According to current Coquitlam MLS© statistics, the average home listing price in the Eagle Ridge CQ neighborhood is $1,008,600.00, which is 33% below the average home price in Coquitlam.

The Stats above represent a total average of Detached Homes, Townhouses and Apartment/Condos.

Eagle Ridge housing is 104% higher than the national average



What are current Housing Prices in Eagle Ridge, CQ.

Current Eagle Ridge CQ MLS® stats indicate anaverage house price of $760,100 and 1 New Listings in the last 56 days. As of today, Eagle Ridge CQ housing data shows median days on market for a home is 38 days.

The Stats above represent a total average of Detached Homes, Townhouses and Apartment/Condos.



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What are the closest neighborhoods to Eagle Ridge?

The closest neighbourhoods to Eagle Ridge CQ include Scott Creek, Ranch Park, North Coquitlam and Westwood Plateau. Out of the nearby neighbourhoods, Ranch Park has the highest average home price of $1,564,000 and North Coquitlam has the most affordable average home price of $706,000.

Canyon SpringsEagle RidgeNew HorizonNorth Coquitlam
River SpringsSummitt ViewUpper Eagle RidgeScott Creek

See the 23 Coquitlam Neighborhoods defined by the Real Estate Board here.
See the Unofficial names of Coquitlam Neighborhoods here.

Coquitlam Neighborhoods

Austin Heights |Burke Mountain|Canyon Springs |Cape Horn |Central Coquitlam |Chineside |Coquitlam West |Eagle Ridge |Harbour Chines|Harbour Place |Hockaday | Nestor |Lower Hyde Creek |Maillardville |Meadow Brooks |New Horizons |North Coquitlam |Park Ridge Estates |Partington Creek |Ranch Park |River Heights |River Springs |Scott Creek |Smilling Creek |Summit View |Town Centre |Upper Eagle Ridge |Upper Hyde Creek |Westwood Plateau |Westwood Summit

How many homes are currently for Sale in Eagle Ridge?

There are 4 homes for sale in Eagle Ridge CQ right now, including 2 detached houses, 1 condos and 1 townhome.



What is the Housing Mix in Eagle Ridge?

Eagle Ridge has a very healthy mix of Detached Homes, Town Houses and Apartments/Condos, Rentals and Co-Op Housing.

New Construction/Development in Eagle Ridge

There are currently no New Construction or New Developments in Eagle Ridge.

Where does Eagle Ridge CQ rank among other Coquitlam neighbourhoods?

Based upon current MLS© data, Eagle Ridge CQ ranks #4 out of 22 neighbourhoods in Coquitlam.

Housing Affordability in Eagle Ridge

Coquitlam’s housing affordability strategy

The development, dubbed Residences at The Heights, is being built in the Austin Heights neighbourhood on Charland Avenue near Blue Mountain Street, and will include 41 rental units.

The project is the first to be built under Coquitlam’s housing affordability strategy, which was passed in December 2015, and is the first market rental development to be built in the city in roughly 40 years.

This year to date, the city council has approved allocating $4.1 million from the developer-funded Affordable Housing Reserve Fund to support 153 affordable homes in two separate projects. The municipal government is anticipating further funding requests for projects that could support the creation of nearly 700 additional non-market rental units combined, including 3100 Ozada Avenue near SkyTrain’s Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station.

There are also plans to create new affordable housing at the former Burquitlam Lions Care Centre site at 560 Sydney Avenue, owned by the city.

Resources for Renters & Landlords

  1. BC Residential Tenancies
  2. Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre
  3. Purpose-Built Rental Housing Redevelopment – Tenant Assistance Policy (PDF)
  4. Mobile Home Park Redevelopment Tenant Assistance Policy (PDF)
  5. BC Residential Tenancies – COVID-19 State of Emergency


The Livability Score is a score out of 100 that was designed to help people quickly and easily evaluate the quality of an area. The score consists of 7 different categories and dozens of data points across multiple data sets.

The Livability Index assesses seven broad categories of community livability: housingneighborhoodtransportationenvironmenthealthengagement, and opportunity. Metric values and policy points within each category are combined to create the category score. Those category scores are then averaged to create a location’s total livability score.

To get a perfect score of 100, a neighborhood would have to be among the best in the country in each of the seven livability categories. It can be difficult to score highly across categories.

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  • Eagle Ridge has a Livability Score of 78/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Eagle Ridge crime rates are 1% higher than the Coquitlam average
  • Cost of living in Eagle Ridge is 3% lower than the Coquitlam average
  • Eagle Ridge real estate prices are 6% lower than the Coquitlam average
  • Rental prices in Eagle Ridge are equal to the Coquitlam average

Eagle Ridge Demographics

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  • The population density in Eagle Ridge is 180% higher than Coquitlam
  • The median age in Eagle Ridge is 9% higher than Coquitlam
  • In Eagle Ridge 24.67% of the population is Chinese
  • In Eagle Ridge 9.00% of the population is West Asian
  • In Eagle Ridge 3.44% of the population is South Asian

Visible Minority Population

West Asian9.0%
South Asian3.4%

Immigrants By Place Of Birth

Hong Kong3.6%
South Korea2.7%

Eagle Ridge Age Breakdown

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Eagle Ridge Schools

Eagle Ridge Elementary Schools ( Grades k-5) Eagle Ridge Elementary

Eagle Ridge Middle Schools (Grades 6-8) – Scott Creek Middle School.

Eagle Ridge High/ Secondary Schools (Grades 9-12) – Gleneagle Secondary School 

Private Schools in Coquitlam

School NameStreet_AddressCityProvince
 Canyon Springs Montessori School2910 Walton Ave. 
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Coquitlam  BC 
 Children of Integrity Montessori Academy2541 Quay Place 
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Coquitlam BC 
Our Lady of Fatima315 Walker Street
Coquitlam BC
V3K 4C7 
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Coquitlam BC 
Our Lady of Assumption 2255 Fraser Avenue
Port Coquitlam, BC V3B 6G8 
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Coquitlam BC 
Archbishop Carney1335 Dominion Avenue
Port Coquitlam, BC
V3B 8G7

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 Traditional Learning Academy1189 Rochester Avenue 
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Coquitlam BC 

Coquitlam School District is represented by District 43 School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) or SD43 is one of the sixty school districts in British Columbia.

The district is the third-largest in British Columbia with45 elementary schools, 14 middle schools, and 11 secondary schools.

School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) serves the Tri-Cities, including the cities of CoquitlamPort CoquitlamPort Moody, and the villages of Anmore and Belcarra.

The school district covers an area of 120 square kilometres and serves a total combined population of 210,390 residents. It has over 4,000 full-time and part-time employees.

It has one of the highest graduation rates in the province, with 91.9% of students graduating in the 2013/14 school year.

  • The school test scores in Coquitlam are equal to the national average
  • There are approximately 58 public schools in Coquitlam
  • 11.0% of people in Coquitlam have no certificate, diploma or degree
  • 88.9% of people in Coquitlam have completed high school
  • 31.9% of people in Coquitlam have completed a bachelor’s degree

Entertainment and Recreation

The Coquitlam Crunch (a popular trail primarily used for exercise) in Eagle Ridge starts off Landsdowne Dr near Eagle Ridge Elementary School and climbs straight up Westwood Plateau in Coquitlam. The total return-trip is 4.4 kilometers and takes about 1.5 hours on average. The Coquitlam Crunch runs under a power line and has a net elevation of 242 m.

Don’t be surprised if you run into a few bears on the way.


Translink and Coast Mountain Bus Service (CMBS) provide the City of Coquitlam with public transit and trip planning. View current alertsfares and passes, and transit system maps for more information.

Transit schedules

There are several Sky Train stations that serve the City of Coquitlam.

Coquitlam is served by TransLink, which is responsible for both public transit and major roads.

The city has four SkyTrain stations on the Millennium Line that are a part of the 10.9 km (6.8 mi) long Evergreen Extension.[57] With a project cost of $1.4 billion, the line runs from the Coquitlam City Centre area, through Coquitlam Central Station and into Port Moody, re-entering Coquitlam on North Road and finally joining the existing Millennium Line at Lougheed Town Centre.

There is regular bus service on numerous lines running throughout the city and connecting it to other municipalities in Metro Vancouver, with a major exchange at Coquitlam Central Station.

The West Coast Express, with a stop at Coquitlam Central Station, provides commuter rail service west to downtown Vancouver and east as far as Mission.] WCE operates Monday to Friday only (excluding holidays), with five trains per day running to Vancouver in the morning peak hours and returning through Coquitlam in the evening peak hours.

View Translink’s schedules below for all their transportation options:

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Eagle Ridge Market Trends

The MLS® Home Price Index is modelled on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) which measures the rate of price change for a basket of goods and services including food, clothing, shelter, and transportation. Instead of measuring goods and services, the HPI measures the change in the price of housing features. Thus, the HPI measures typical, pure price change (inflation or deflation).

The graph below charts the historical Home Price Index over a 3 year period.

View market activity and MLS® statistics for another neighborhood in this group below:

Summit View | Upper Eagle Ridge | Scott Creek| Canyon Springs |North Coquitlam | Eagle Ridge |New Horizons| River Springs


Welcome to living in the Tri-Cities, traditionally the preferred choice of families moving to Metro Vancouver. The right mix of Urbanism, Nature, great neighborhoods, transit and Activities make these communities very activities to young families as well as Adults who prefer a softer approach to Urban living