Port Moody is a city in Metro Vancouver, enveloping the east end of Burrard Inlet in British Columbia, Canada. Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities, bordered by Coquitlam on the east and south, and Burnaby on the west. The villages of Belcarra and Anmore, along with the rugged Coast Mountains, lie to the northwest and north respectively. It is named for Richard Clement Moody, the first Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of British Columbia.
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The city of Port Moody, BC has a population of 34,898 and a population density of 1,349 people per square kilometre.
There are a total of 14 Port Moody, BC neighbourhoods
Each Port Moody Neighborhood is Unique in its charm and community.
The neighbourhood with the highest Livability Score is Inlet Centre and the largest neighhorhood by population is April Road.
The Port Moody, BC neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.
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Port Moody is served by School District 43 Port Moody, and offers two public high schools, two middle school and seven elementary schools.
Coquitlam, Port Moody’s neighbouring city, is home to the 4,000-student David Lam Campus of Douglas College, which offers university transfer, career-training and academic-upgrading programs.
The major university serving the Port Moody area is Simon Fraser University.
For more details on all of the elementary schools, middle schools, and secondary schools in Port Moody, follow the links to the left to be redirected to the SD43 site for each school
The City of Port Moody has a wealth of park space for you to enjoy. Explore the mountainside forests, hike the trails and paths, or relax at the Healing Garden. Learn how to book and use park space and shelters for your next event or family gathering.
Click here for a List of Port Moody Parks.
Port Moody has six recreation facilities, including:
and are standalone facilities offering registered programs each season.
The Port Moody Recreation Complex is located at 300 Ioco Rd. and has state-of-the-art fitness facilities. Our facility includes:
The City of Port Moody encourages members of the community to use public transit to get around. By investing in our bus infrastructure, such as stops, shelters, and connections for pedestrians and cyclists, we provide you with a comfortable, reliable, and safe way to travel to, from, and around our city.
Translink and Coast Mountain Bus Service (CMBS) provide the City of Port Moody with public transit and trip planning. View current alerts, fares and passes, and transit system maps for more information.
View Translink’s schedules for all their transportation options:
Inlet Centre Inlet Centre is located in Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada and opened for service on December 2, 2016, along with the rest of the Evergreen Extension. Inlet Centre is located underneath the Barnet Highway overpass for the Canadian Pacific Railway located at Ioco Road, with the guideway leading into the station running parallel to railway.
Moody Centre Moody Centre station is an intermodal rapid transit station in Metro Vancouver served by both the Millennium Line—part of the SkyTrain system—and the region’s West Coast Express commuter rail system. It is located in Port Moody, British Columbia, on the south side of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) tracks, at the north foot of Williams Street, approximately 200 metres (660 ft) north of St. John’s Street.
Moody Centre replaced the previous Port Moody station on the West Coast Express. The new station opened on December 2, 2016, along with the rest of the Evergreen Extension.
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: housing, neighborhood, transportation, environment, health, engagement, 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.
Benchmark Price: The price of a “typical” home that would sell in the area at a specific point in time.
Days on Market Average: Gives us an idea of how quickly homes are selling.
Sales-to-Active Ratio: Helps determine whether it’s a seller’s, buyer’s or balanced market. Compares how many homes have sold in an area versus the amount of total active listings.
We use these statistics as indicators that tell us how the market is trending and how to value your home