Our Commitment 
One of the City of Port Moody’s core values is that we strive to be an accessible, diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization. This page describes information on accessibility measures at the City.

Council Committee on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility
The Council IDEA Committee provides Council with advice and recommendations on inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility. You can learn more by reading about the committee and its terms of reference.
Accessibility Plan

The purpose of the City of Port Moody Accessibility Action Plan is to examine opportunities and provide actions that identify, remove, and prevent barriers for Port Moody residents and visitors of all abilities interacting with the City of Port Moody. 

These actions further the City’s efforts to make its workplace, services, and built environment accessible and welcoming to people of all ages and abilities. This plan also enables the City to meet the requirements of the Accessible British Columbia Act

Provide Accessibility Feedback

We are asking for feedback on the City of Port Moody’s programs, services, and facilities to improve accessibility. If you have experienced or witnessed a barrier that you would like to share with the City of Port Moody, we welcome your feedback.

Submit your accessibility feedback through our online form.

Alternate ways to provide feedback include:

Email to accessibility@portmoody.ca

Mail to: Accessibility Committee
City of Port Moody
100 Newport Drive
Port Moody, B.C.
V3H 5C3

To request a different way to provide feedback, please contact the City by email, mail, or call 604-469-4500 and we will work with you to accommodate your preferred way to submit feedback.

Website Accessibility Information

The City of Port Moody is committed to making its website accessible to ALL regardless of technology or ability. This site was built using code compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) (opens in new window) to ensure it displays correctly in current browsers and is compatible across different assistive technologies. We strive to meet or exceed industry best practices. Accessibility options include, but are not limited to:

  • Ability to provide text alternatives for any non-text content.
  • Site designed using CSS allowing for content to be compatible with screen readers
  • Use of ALT tags and title tags
  • Text size - increase and decrease