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The City's four automated waste collection vehicles had artistic designed wraps applied in 2010 and 2011. The City purchased a fifth waste collection vehicle and this past Tuesday evening the latest design by Philippe Sokazo was revealed.
Posted Date: July 30, 2015
At the July 28, 2015 Council Meeting Jim Millar of the Port Moody Station Museum presented the original hat worn by Alderman N.R. Britton in the 1913 photograph of the first Port Moody Council, along with a reading from Mayor Britton's personal pocket diary circa 1917.
Posted Date: July 29, 2015
Night Paving St Johns St.
The City has authorized evening construction, as daytime work would result in significant traffic delays and increased safety concerns. Every effort will be made to minimize noise caused by this work.
Posted Date: July 27, 2015 9:00 AM
Port Moody Gets Funding for Remediation of the Barnet Highway Landfill Site
Residents of Port Moody will benefit from the remediation of the Barnet Highway Landfill site thanks to joint funding from the governments of Canada and British Columbia through the Small Communities Fund. This project will remediate the Barnet Highway Landfill site, which has not been used for over twenty years. The remediation plan includes providing improved drainage, site grading and site preparation for future use.
Posted Date: July 24, 2015
 Government of Canada Invests in Improvements to Lower Mainland Community Infrastructure
The City of Port Moody will receive $500,000 to rehabilitate the Port Moody Recreation Complex building envelope
Posted Date: July 24, 2015
Culture Days is a collaborative Canada-wide, volunteer movement to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of all Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. The City is a proud supporter of Culture Days and want to join in on the fun. We are currently in the planning stages and want you to join us!
Posted Date: July 23, 2015
Concerned about water restriction violations? So are we.
Here are a few key points to remember to help us monitor water restriction compliance.
Posted Date: July 22, 2015
Stage 3 Lawn Sprinkling Regulations are in Effect
Metro Vancouver has announced stage three lawn sprinkling regulations.
Posted Date: July 21, 2015
Posted Date: July 16, 2015
At the July 14, 2015 Council Meeting Bob Homer shared his painting titled Jazz Man.
Posted Date: July 15, 2015
Parking Restrictions in Rocky Point Park Extended to Weekends
The City of Port Moody has extended the maximum 4 hour parking restriction at Rocky Point Park to include weekends.
Posted Date: July 14, 2015
Extreme Fire Hazard Warning – No Smoking in Port Moody Parks
Port Moody Fire Chief, Remo Faedo wants to remind residents and visitors that smoking is strictly prohibited in City parks and on City trails.
Posted Date: July 09, 2015
Looking for fun activities this summer? There's so much going on in the City of the Arts! The 2015 edition of the Summer Cultural Guide is chock full of events and activities to keep you entertained from now until September. We have festivals, films events, live music and art classes for all ages and areas of interest. Pick up your personal copy of the Summer Cultural Guide at City Hall, the Library, Arts Centre or Station Museum.
Posted Date: July 09, 2015
Please be advised that Metro Vancouver manages air quality inquires in our region and has issued an Air Quality Advisory for Metro Vancouver.
Posted Date: July 06, 2015
Join us for a discussion and stakeholder workshop about Port Moody transportation
Join us for a World Café discussion at City Hall to share your thoughts and point of view. Participants will engage in a series of creative and open discussions to explore and understand Port Moody’s transportation issues, opportunities and priorities.
Posted Date: July 02, 2015
Port Moody’s Annual Report showcases City achievements
On Tuesday June 23rd, Port Moody City Council received the City of Port Moody’s 2014 Annual Report.Thereport provides a snapshot of key City financial and operational activities and achievements for the previous fiscal year.
Posted Date: June 29, 2015
Diversity – what does it mean? Diversity is the state of being different or varied. It is the quality of having many different forms, types, and ideas, and of not being comparable. For its 2016 banner display, the City is seeking banner designs that celebrate all the forms of diversity in Port Moody – the diversity of plants, mammals, birds, people, ages, culture, arts, languages, and even buildings and landscapes. Deadline for banner design submissions is Friday, October 16, 2015.
Posted Date: June 29, 2015
Canada Day Holiday Closure & Waste Collection Schedule
City Hall, Recreation Complex and Library will be closed Wednesday July 1 for Canada Day.There is no waste collection in Port Moody on Wednesday, July 1 because of Canada Day.
Posted Date: June 28, 2015 6:00 PM
Open Fire Burning Restriction in Port Moody
Port Moody Fire Rescue has announced an open fire burning restriction within the boundaries of the City of Port Moody, effective 12 pm, Saturday, June 27, 2015.
Posted Date: June 26, 2015
Stop by the TransPort Moody booth on Canada Day at Rocky Point Park!
The City of Port Moody is preparing a new Master Transportation Plan, TransPort Moody, to improve how you travel in and though our city.
Posted Date: June 25, 2015 10:00 AM
Family Fun for Canada Day at Rocky Point Park
The City of Port Moody will host a fun-filled, family-oriented day of entertainment and activities on Wednesday, July 1st from 11am – 5pm
Posted Date: June 24, 2015
At the June 23, 2015 Council Meeting the Golden Spike Can Can Dancers performed.
Posted Date: June 24, 2015
The Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities will purchase artworks that represent the experience of communities of color, and of immigrant and refugee communities for SPU’s Portable Works Collection. We invite artists to submit images of available work for direct purchase. All types of 2D artworks will be considered: abstract, pictorial, figurative, representational, etc. The artwork may also reflect social issues: environmental, ecological, and cultural heritage. The artwork must be available for purchase. Purchases are chosen by a panel of arts professionals who are charged with selecting artwork that reflects artistic expression from diverse artists. Artists of color are strongly encouraged to apply. The call is open to professional artists residing in Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, Montana, Idaho or Alaska. Applications close 11 pm, July 29, 2015 (Pacific Standard Time).
Posted Date: June 18, 2015
Evening road construction in Port Moody
The Moody St Overpass will be closed for evening construction on Monday, June 15 (7:30pm – 1:00am) and Tuesday, June 16 (7:30pm – 1:00am).
Posted Date: June 15, 2015
Port Moody wants feedback on Food Truck Program
The City of Port Moody wants to know what you think about food trucks!
Posted Date: June 11, 2015
The Port Moody Heritage Society is proud to have a dedicated volunteer by the name of Gerrit deWaal. Not only does Gerry come in twice a week to work in the Museum's collections but has been working on producing and editing a program on behalf of the Port Moody Heritage Society, the Port Moody Station Museum and Tri- Cities Community Television called The Ioco Story.
Posted Date: June 11, 2015
At the June 9, 2015 Council Meeting Niusha Tajvidi shared her acrylic painting titled The Garden.
Posted Date: June 08, 2015
Clarke Road - Now Open
EGRT Construction has opened Clarke Rd to single lane traffic in both directions.
Posted Date: June 06, 2015
City launches TransPort Moody to update Port Moody’s Master Transportation Plan
The City of Port Moody is updating its 2005 Master Transportation Plan (MTP) to improve how community members and visitors travel in and though our city over the next 25 years
Posted Date: June 03, 2015
Lawn Sprinkling Restrictions Take Effect June 1
"With this year’s record low snowpack and unseasonably warm start to the summer season, we encourage all residents and businesses to do the right thing and conserve water whenever possible,” said Metro Vancouver Board Chair Greg Moore.
Posted Date: May 29, 2015 10:00 AM
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