Maple Ridge / Pitt Meadows Community Services is an integral provider of quality programming and service to our community.


people accessed our services this year.


meals delivered to seniors.


phone calls, visits and wellness checks provided to vulnerable people in our community this year.


abused children & youth and their non offending family members supported by Alisa’s Wish this year.

Service Statement

We are committed to:

  • Being an integral component of the social service network
  • Offering quality services in a timely and appropriate manner
  • Working in collaboration with other service providers to enhance service delivery
  • Recognizing and reflecting cultural diversity at all levels of the organization

Mission & Values

We support and empower individuals and families to realize their potential and achieve self-reliance. We do this by offering client centered  services and programs that embrace the following values.


We collaborate with stakeholders to ensure standards of excellence and transparency in program planning and service delivery.


Our environments are safe, healthy, supportive and inclusive.


We are committed to excellence in leadership and financial accountability.


We create ongoing positive change through a commitment to continuous learning, quality improvements, and growth.


We respect our clients and stakeholders and we are committed to a hopeful, strength focused client-centred approach in all we do.

Management Team

At Community Services, we believe our people are our number one asset. Meet the staff who value engagement and creating a collaborative, strength-based culture.

Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors is made up of community members who believe that strategic leadership is more than just administrative detail, and work with an eye towards proactivity rather than reactivity.

Serving our community since 1971

Our Story

Community Services Council was certified as a registered charity by Revenue Canada in 1971 and was incorporated under the Society act in March 1972. The initial vision at the time was to act as an “umbrella organization”, that would help reduce costs, and increase the effectiveness of the individual organization or group, by pooling resources and increasing cooperation and collaboration between and among the member organizations.

The 1980s and 1990s saw a rapid increase in the number and variety of services offered by CSC. The nature of the funding also changed from grants to contracts. As a result, the organization also underwent some significant changes. The advent of contracts limited the number of direct community referrals, as the various funding ministries began to make more referrals to the organization. Community Services Council gradually developed into a single entity that offered a variety of different but also related services to the communities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. That is, it became a multi-service agency, with one Board of Directors, one Executive Director, and one management and decision-making structure.

This year, Maple Ridge / Pitt Meadows Community Services celebrates our 50th year anniversary with the launch our new building, Cornerstone Landing, at 22772 119th Avenue . With 94 affordable housing rental units and a huge commercial space for our community programming we are set to become a community social service hub. We employ over 60 people, work with over 40 community partners groups, provide 32 different programs, and have served over 22,000 people in our community this year.

The New Building

Our Cornerstone Landing building is fully rented!
For upcoming opportunities and more details please visit
To contact the property manager please email

Our Funding Resources

The work we do at Community Services would not be possible without the support of these generous organizations:

BC Ministry of Children and Family Development

Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General

Ministry for Social Development and Poverty Reduction

Memberships and Associations

We’re proud to work within a network of equally community-minded organizations.

  • Community Social Services Employers Association
  • The Federation of Community Social Services of BC
  • Association of Fundraising Professionals – Greater Vancouver
  • Council on Accreditation
  • Chamber of Commerce Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows
  • Family Resource Programs of BC
  • Early Childhood Pedagogy Network
  • BC Family Child Care Association
  • Chartered Professionals in Human Resources, BC & Yukon