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The City of Port Moody’s Mayor and Council value your input and want to know your thoughts on a range of important issues facing our community. Your feedback is essential to help inform decisions about the future of our beautiful city.

You can find all of our public consultation opportunities listed below. Make sure you have your say on the issues that matter most to you.

Calendar of Public Consultation Events

climate change  Climate Change Action Plan
The City invites you to provide input as we develop a Climate Action Plan – a community-wide strategy to help the City and its residents adapt to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to warming of the Earth.
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2019 Budget Consultation

The City of Port Moody works hard to deliver services and programs that provide the best value for your tax dollars. As Council considers the 2019-2023 budget, we want to hear from our residents and business owners.

 step code public consultation thumb Stakeholder engagement on a Port Moody adoption strategy for BC Energy Step Code
Council has directed staff to engage with industry stakeholders on a potential strategy for early adoption of the BC Energy Step Code in Port Moody.
cannabis consultation   Tell us what you think about cannabis retail sales in Port Moody
Council wants to know what you think about potential regulations for the retail sale of cannabis in Port Moody. Currently, the retail sale of cannabis is not permitted in Port Moody because it is not a permitted land use in the City’s Zoning Bylaw. Find out more...

Public Consultation on City Owned Lands

Former Fire Hall and Exiting Works Yard Sites
The City of Port Moody is exploring plans to sell the former Fire Hall and current Works Yard sites for development. These two parcels of land are centrally and strategically located near existing infrastructure and amenities including the Port Moody Recreation Complex, Civic Centre, Port Moody Public Library, and Inlet Centre SkyTrain Station. Find out more here.


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Flavelle Mill Site

Flavelle Oceanfront Development has applied to the City to amend the Official Community Plan (OCP) designation for the Flavelle Mill property from General Industrial to Mixed Use – Oceanfront District. On July 27, 2017, Council voted in favour of giving the amendment third reading and referred it to Metro Vancouver.

See our archive of past public consultations
Climate Action Plan Open House #1May 25, 2019 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM