Community update — July 12, 2014: Zoning, events, in the news

Zoning amendment requests to Metro Vancouver July 11, 2014
Andres site, Mill and Timber (Flavelle) site, Murray St. site, Moody Centre TOD site
Board directors voted to accept recommendations for Murray St. and Moody Centre TOD — change to general urban. Directors declined the request to change the Andres site and mill site from industrial to general urban. For more see post:
Article added to website in Communities/Planning:

Some upcoming events:

Sunday, July 13, 2014, 6:00-9:30 pm
Mossom Creek salmon BBQ at city hall galleria, to raise additional funds for rebuilding.
For more information, call 604-787-9758 or online at http://www.mossomcreek. org

Tuesday, July 15, 2014, 7:00 pm
Port Moody townhall meeting: Let’s discuss house size and height in Port Moody
For more information, see:

Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Last city council meeting before August summer break. Agendas are normally available online by the Thursdays before the meetings:

July 26, 2014, starting at 2:00 pm
Port Moody Day — Picnic and fireworks
For more information, see:

In the news …

Pay Parking at Rocky Point Park
Residents can apply for free passes.
EDITORIAL: Park and pay the Rocky Point piper
Visitors welcomed to pay
Pay to play at Rocky Point

Moody Elementary School (Port Moody) and Coronation Park Elementary (Coquitlam)
SD43 calls for help with real estate deals

Citizen Satisfaction Survey — Port Moody
Survey says: Port Moody residents willing to pay more to keep services
Port Moody satisfied after satisfaction survey


As always, we welcome your questions, comments and input to MCCA, by email (, or as a comment on this site.


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3 Responses to Community update — July 12, 2014: Zoning, events, in the news

  1. Elizabeth Campbell says:

    At the Council Meeting of March 11, 2014 Port Moody Council voted not to give grants and fee waivers for rent of space to seniors groups and other non profit groups. Port Moody and Pitt Meadows are the only cities in the Metro Vancouver area not to give community grants. Look up the Council meeting minutes of March 11, 2014 to see who voted against this. They were some of the same ones that passed the OCP in its present form.

  2. Rick Evon says:

    Thank you Elizabeth.

    This Council and Mayor does not care about Seniors and non profit groups who oppose their agenda. Vote accordingly.

    Rick Evon
    Port Moody resident 43 Years

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