Anmore is located North of Port Moody and it enviably has one of the most spectacular settings in Metro Vancouver – perched on the North Shore mountains, it is a community surrounded by
nature. Many who live here, whether new or longtime residents, cannot
imagine living elsewhere. Lush forest, starlit nights and misty mornings help define the ambience of the community.
In reflection of its semi-rural character, the Village of Anmore (“the Village”) aspires to slow growth, largely in step with the prevailing settlement pattern.
Unlike its near neighbors – Port Moody and Coquitlam – the Village is not
planning for significant change, but remains open to innovative proposals and forms of “small density” development
Belcarra is a village on the shore of Indian Arm, a side inlet of Burrard Inlet, and is part of Metro Vancouver. It lies northwest of Port Moody and immediately east of the Deep Cove area of North Vancouver, across the waters of Indian Arm. Isolated by geography on a narrow peninsula, Belcarra is accessible by a single winding paved road or by water. Before incorporation it was commonly known as Belcarra Bay.
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