Neighbourhood Focus: Port Moody
All About Port Moody
Enveloping the East end of the Burrard Inlet, Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody) with a (2016) population of 33,551. Port Moody is bordered by Coquitlam on the East and South, and Burnaby on the West. Situated only 20 km East of Downtown Vancouver, Port Moody is an awesome city with small-town charm, yet not far from all the city has to offer.
For the park enthusiast: Port Moody is home to Rocky Point Park, which spans across 3.8 hectares, with hiking trails, water park, skate park, bike trails, playgrounds, picnic shelters and a boat launch.
Historically an industrial town, Port Moody has experienced significant growth, specifically over the last three decades, including the addition of the Evergreen Rapid Transit Line in 2017.
Snapshot of Port Moody
Benchmark House Price: $1.09M - $1.93M
Median Age: 38.4
Median Household Income: $111,592
Population: 33,551 (2016)
Education: Port Moody falls under School District 43
Port Moody is made up of various charming neighbourhoods including but not limited to, Anmore, Belcarra, College Park, Glenayre, Heritage Mountain, Heritage Woods and Port Moody Centre.