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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

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Options for a Potential Ioco Lands Connector Route.
The City of Port Moody will host an open house at City Hall (100 Newport Drive) on May 28, 2018 from 4 to 7pm, to obtain feedback on alternatives to the present right-of-way in Bert Flinn Park as a potential route that could connect the Ioco Lands to Inlet Centre. If the Ioco Lands area is developed in the future, and would entail rezoning to allow extra density, then a connector route may be required to help accommodate any corresponding increase in traffic levels. Find out more here.

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Citizen Survey
The City of Port Moody launched its 2018 Citizen Survey on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. We'd like to thank everyone who took the time to participate in the survey. Stay tuned for results in an upcoming report.

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Attend a May 12, 2018 open house from 10am-2pm at City Hall, and share your thoughts on potential city-wide zoning revisions.

 gatensbury public consultation Gatensbury Road Improvement Project
The City of Port Moody plans to start road and utility works on Gatensbury Road in 2018, if approved by Council as proposed in the 2018 budget. This investment in our infrastructure will improve safety for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians, and help us ensure consistent and safe operations of the utilities that serve Port Moody residents.

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2018 Budget Consultation
Thank you to all who participated in the 2017 Budget Consultation. The feedback received from the community was included in the development of the 2017–2021 Financial Plan.

Public Consultation on City Owned Lands

Former Fire Hall and Exiting Works Yard Sites
A Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 7pm (Inlet Theatre, 100 Newport Drive). The Public Hearing will provide an opportunity for members of the public to comment on the proposed changes to the Official Community Plan land use designation and zoning for the City-owned Works Yard and former Fire Hall sites. Find out more here.


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Review of One-Family Residential (RS1) Zoning in Glenayre

In response to community concerns about large homes and changing neighbourhood character, the City is exploring changes to the RS1 (One-Family Residential) zoning in Glenayre. Potential zoning revisions include reducing the permitted height, coverage and floor area of new homes, restricting front yard fences, and increasing side yard setbacks and landscaping requirements.

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Website Review

We're planning on renewing the City of Port Moody and Port Moody Public Library websites.

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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.

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Planned Public Works Yard Relocation to the Former Barnet Landfill Site - Investing in our Community
Thank you to everyone who came to the Open House on October 29, 2016 and to everyone who filled out a feedback form. The consultation summary report was presented to Council in December 2016 for their review and consideration. You can find a copy of the report here.

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Development Cost Charges 

The City of Port Moody is updating its Development Cost Charges (DCC) Bylaw to reflect the infrastructure requirements of new development.

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Moody Centre Station Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Area Plan
Our community is changing. The City of Port Moody wants to create compact, walkable, mixed-use neighbourhoods that support transit around the new SkyTrain stations. Developing an updated plan for the Moody Centre Station Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Area is one of Council’s strategic priorities. 


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Kyle Centre - Investing in our Community 
Thank you to everyone who dropped in to see us at the Community Ideas Fair on June 25, 2016, and to everyone who filled out a feedback form. The consultation summary report was presented to Council for their review and consideration. Read the Kyle Centre Summary Report.

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Evergreen Parking

Thank you to everyone who dropped in to see us at the open house on June 27, 2016, and to everyone who filled out a feedback form. You can read the public consultation summary and the Council report. Click here to learn about the parking plan adopted by Council.  

Coronation park consultation Coronation Park Neighbourhood Plan
Developing a neighbourhood plan for Coronation Park in Port Moody is one of Council’s strategic priorities. We've held two open houses and two community engagement sessions. At a January 17, 2017 Committee of the Whole meeting, Council endorsed the Recommended Land Use Concept for the Coronation Park Neighbourhood Plan.
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