Adopt-a-street: MCCA adopted the street area of Queens Street Plaza early in 2015, and teams meet periodically to clean the area with equipment provided by the city. If you can spare an occasional hour or so to help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll add you to our list. This would not commit you to a set schedule, but more people willing to pitch in once in awhile will help us to keep the area clean. It’s not just cleaning — it’s interaction and community building!
New, June 2017: MCCA Facebook
—Ongoing through summer, at Rocky Point Park, 2:00 pm: Summer Sunday Concerts. More information here.
—July 21-23, 2017: RibFest, at Rocky Point Park. More information here.
—Tues., July 25, 2017, 7:00 pm, at City Hall: Public hearing; Flavelle Oceanfront OCP amendment. Material can be accessed here or here. Comments to the city can be sent by email no later than noon on July 25 to email@example.com, and/or comment in person at the public hearing. More information available on this site; scroll or use the search bar. Recent post below: Flavelle Public Hearing (“Oceanfront”)
—Wed., July 26, 2017, 6:30-8:30 pm: Community Information Meeting for Wooodbridge Properties proposal for a 6 storey, purpose built rental residential project containing 142 units with underground parking at 3131-3137 St. Johns Street (west of Dairy Queen). Meeting will be held at Kyle Centre, 125 Kyle Street. More details to follow when available.
—Friday, July 28, 2017, 1:00-8:00 pm: Mayor’s Summertime Celebration. Behind civic complex, 300 Ioco Road. Free. Entertainment and activities, hotdogs (until 4:00 pm or while supplies last), CP Canada 150 train (after 5:00 pm), and more. Visit city webpage for more information here.
—Sun., Aug. 20, 2017, 12 noon-7:00 pm: Car-free Day on St. Johns Street between Douglas and Moody cross-streets. Entertainment and activities, food, beer garden, and more. Visit city webpage for more information here.
—Sat., Sept. 30, 2017: By-election to elect new Port Moody councillor (to fill spot vacated by Rick Glumac who is now our local provincial MLA.
—See the city calendar link from city home web-page for more events.
—Starting in September 2017, Port Moody Council will seek feedback from a Citizen Advisory Group on a variety of topics, from budgets and master plans to new City projects and community development. All Port Moody residents are eligible to join – youth, seniors, and everyone in between. Members will be required to attend a minimum of two meetings per year. For more information, click here (city webpage).
—Council meeting video recordings (since September 2012)
—2017 Council Agendas and Minutes
—Committee Agendas and Minutes, multiple years (links)
—Council Agendas and Minutes, multiple years (links)
—Council’s Strategic Plan 2015-2018
—Development applications (Port Moody), Excel format
—Summary of all-candidates meeting hosted by MCCA, Nov. 5, 2014
—Municipal election 2014 disclosures
—Campaign spending, totals, breakdowns