Port Moody Neighbourhood Profiles Many Canadians, and especially New Canadians, continue to choose the Tri-cities to make their family home. The factors to consider when making that decision, include the access to, schools, transit, amenities, shopping, recreation, hospital, and other
[extraspace][/extraspace] IOCO PROFILE Once a thriving town in its glory days, Ioco town site is now nearly a ghost town. The Ioco town site is a heritage conservation area and local historians and former residents continue to ensure that the
[extraspace][/extraspace] Coronation Park Profile Coronation Park is a residential community yet one of the draws to this neighbourhood is that you have walking access to so much, from the shopping, schools, hospital, theatre, library, park and recreation centre of the
[extraspace][/extraspace] Pleasantside and April Road Profile Located in suburban Port Moody on the North Shore of the Burrard Inlet, the residential neighbourhoods of April Road and Pleasantside are very desirable areas with great south facing water and mountain views, and
[extraspace][/extraspace] College Park, Glenayre, Harbour Heights and Seaview Profile The neighbourhoods of College Park, Harbour Heights, Glenayre and Seaview are on the south shore of Port Moody. Situated along the forested hillside east slope of Burnaby Mountain, this neighbourhood is
[extraspace][/extraspace] Moody Centre Profile Encompassing the south shore of Burrard Inlet, Moody Centre is a neighbourhood where old meets new. Many heritage buildings can be found in this area, as it was the centre of Port Moody back in the
[extraspace][/extraspace] Inlet Centre Profile The Inlet Centre neighbourhood is the youngest area of Port Moody, located at the head of Burrard Inlet. It serves as a focal point in helping to link the north and south shores of the community.
[extraspace][/extraspace] North Shore Profile The Heritage Mountain, Twin Creeks, Noons Creek, Mountain Meadows and Heritage Woods neighbourhoods of the North Shore are relatively new, fundamentally residential and home predominantly to families with school age children. There are many neighbourhood parks