Craig Hodge  Coquitlam City Councillor




  • Chair of Coquitlam Community Safety Advisory Committee and member of Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam joint Police detachment advisory Committee
  • Chair of Union of B.C. Community Safety Committee and Co-Chair of Local Government round table on reforming the Police Act
  • Past Chair of the Riverview Advisory Committee and the Environmental Committee of Sustainability
  • Co-Chair of B.C.'s local Government RCMP contract Management Committee
  • Member of Metro Vancouver Regional District
  • Vice Chair of Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Committee
  • Board Member of Zero Wast Council of Canada
  • Member of the Fraser Basin Council Flood Management Committee
  • Vice Chair of the Metro Vancouver Flood Resiliency Task Force

Craig and his wife, Darla, live in northeast Coquitlam where they raised their three boys — the third generation of his family to call Coquitlam home.

Craig Hodge was elected to Coquitlam city council in 2011.

A resident of Coquitlam for 58 years, Craig attended Hillcrest elementary school, Dr. Charles Best junior high school and Centennial secondary school.

He worked as a photojournalist for The Columbian daily newspaper in Coquitlam until it closed in 1984, and then helped to start The Tri-City News where he worked until his retirement in 2011.


  • Scout Leader and Group Commissioner
  • Past Director of the Pacific Parklands Foundation
  • Coached Soccer and Ball Hockey
  • Past President of the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce in addition to serving six years as the Director of the B.C. Chamber of Commerce
  • Past Director of the Coquitlam Foundation
  • Past President of the Coquitlam Heritage Society (Mackin House Museum)