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Update: Suter Brook and Klahanie neighbourhoods

New parking regulations will take effect June 16, 2017 in the Suter Brook neighbourhood (Capilano Road only) and Klahanie neighbourhood (Klahanie Drive and Nootka Way). The new parking regulations were approved by Council as part of the Evergreen Extension Parking Plan. Under the Plan, introduced in December 2016, daytime (9am-5pm) parking is restricted to four hours, Monday to Friday, adjacent to multi-family dwellings and public park areas in Inlet Centre and Moody Centre. These are new restrictions, as parking in these areas was previously unregulated.

All new parking signs were originally scheduled to be installed by the end of the 2016/17 winter season, but some were delayed due to snow, ice, and roadwork projects. Please see the map below to view parking regulations for the Suter Brook and Klahanie neighbourhoods. The four-hour time limit (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm) is intended to discourage commuter parking, while providing flexibility for residents. Under these regulations, a vehicle that parks at 1pm on a Tuesday will be required to move by 1pm on Wednesday. Please note: City of Port Moody parking regulations do not apply to a private road that provides access to 100, 300, and 400 Klahanie Drive.

parking regulation map 

The City of Port Moody is taking steps to minimize the impact of commuter parking in the neighbourhoods surrounding the new Moody Centre and Inlet Centre SkyTrain stations.

During a public consultation period earlier this year, Port Moody residents and business owners shared their concerns about commuters occupying available parking spaces in Moody Centre and Inlet Centre. The City has introduced a parking plan to help ensure people who live, work and shop in these neighbourhoods continue to have access to on-street parking. 


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  • Tell us what you think - Evergreen parking feedback form
  • 3 Hour parking complaint form
  • Frequently asked questions
  • Parking regulations map 
  • 3 hour parking limit enforcement procedure
  • Evergreen Parking Consultation Summary  
  • The parking plan includes:

    • a mix of existing and new parking regulations for residential and commercial districts based on time limits;
    • the installation of clear parking signs at key points along affected streets (signs will be in place by the first week of December); and
    • increased Bylaw Enforcement patrols.

    The Evergreen Extension Parking Plan is a pilot program. City staff will monitor how well the different elements of the plan are working, and submit an interim report to Council six months after the opening of the new SkyTrain stations. A full report will follow at the 12-month mark. City staff may recommend future adjustments based on transit usage, bylaw enforcement tracking and community feedback.

    What does this mean for you? Check out the parking regulations below, and click here to view the corresponding map. You may also want to read through our list of frequently asked questions.

    Time limits are used to prevent all-day parking and encourage turnover so people can access businesses, civic facilities, public parks, and residential areas.

    Give us your feedback. 
    Let us know what you think of the parking plan and how we could improve it by filling out our online feedback form.

     Commercial Parking

    Commercial areas east of Moody Street: Daytime (9am-5pm) parking will be restricted to four hours, Monday through Saturday.

    Commercial areas west of Moody Street will have the following restrictions:

    • Clarke Street and St. Johns Street, two-hour parking (9am-6pm), Monday to Saturday;
    • Spring Street, four-hour parking (9am-5pm), Monday to Friday;
    • Moody Street, Grant Street, Mary Street, and Kyle Street (boundaries are Clarke Street to the north and St. George Street to the south), four-hour parking (9am-5pm), Monday to Friday; and
    • Queens Street, one-hour parking (9am-5pm), seven days a week.

    Residentail Parking

    Single-family (detached homes): Parking will be restricted to three hours adjacent to single-family dwellings. This restriction does not apply to residents parked in front of their own property. This is an existing bylaw. 

    New Regulations 

    Multi-family (townhomes/condos): Daytime (9am-5pm) parking will be restricted to four hours, Monday to Friday, adjacent to multi-family dwellings and public park areas. These are new restrictions. Parking in these areas was previously unregulated.

    Parking Complaints

    The parking plan makes use of an existing City bylaw (Street, Traffic and Public Places Bylaw No. 1528, Section 6.3.5) for residential streets, which states that no one is permitted to park a vehicle in front of another person’s property for more than three hours.

    If an unknown vehicle is parked in front of your home, you can file a complaint with Bylaw Enforcement. Parking complaints can be filed online, over the phone (604-469-4697), or via email


    Last updated: 30/05/2017 3:10:26 PM