Parking regulations ensure that there is consistent vehicle turnover and that pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and motorists are able to travel safely and efficiently on the road in the City of Port Moody.

The City of Port Moody's Bylaw Enforcement staff enforces our Street, Traffic & Public Places Bylaw.

You cannot park a motor vehicle for more than three hours, when adjacent to another person's residential property. We may mark or identify the vehicle to indicate if it has not been moved in three hours. Any vehicles parked beyond the three hours after being marked will be towed at the owner's expense.

File a Complaint

Parking tickets

If you have a question about a parking ticket, please email us or call 604-469-4697.

Pay a Ticket

Multi-Family Residential Parking Permit Program

If you live in a multi-family residential area near Inlet Centre Station or Moody Centre Station, you can apply for a parking permit through our Multi-Family Residential Parking Permit Program. The permit exempts your vehicle from the regular parking restriction (4 hour parking, 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday) posted on street signs. 

Please note that street parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis and a permit does not guarantee you a parking spot.

How to apply

Please fill out our online form. You will need to attach a photo of your driver's licence with current address or an alternative form of identification. Once your new pass or renewal has been processed, we will call you for a payment of $58. 

Payment for multi-family parking permit
Once your application gets approved, you can pay one of three ways:

  1. Online — select Engineering and Building Permit Applications and enter your folder number
  2. In person — City Hall, second floor, Monday to Friday between 8:30am-12:00pm and 1:30pm and 5:00pm
  3. Mail a cheque — please include your Multi-Family Parking Permit folder number

Tag or sticker delivery
A tag or sticker will be mailed to your home after your application is approved and payment is received.

  • If you are applying for a pass for the first time, we will send you a tag with a 2022 sticker.
  • If you are renewing an existing pass, we will send you a 2022 sticker that will cover the previous year sticker on your existing pass.

The permit is valid from the date of purchase until December 31, 2022. There is a limit of one permit per household.

Make sure to display your parking permit hang-tag on your vehicle's rear-view mirror. You can transfer your parking permit hang-tag between vehicles.

Eligible areas

View the Multi-Family Residential Parking Map to see areas that are exempted with a permit.

Eligible addresses

  • 301 to 311 AFTON LANE
  • 201 to 288 BALMORAL PL
  • 110 BREW ST
  • 121 BREW ST
  • 130 BREW ST
  • 100 CAPILANO RD
  • 200 CAPILANO RD
  • 301 CAPILANO RD
  • 400 CAPILANO RD
  • 401 to 599 CARLSEN PL
  • 3333 DEWDNEY TRUNK RD
  • 3339 DEWDNEY TRUNK RD
  • 3341 DEWDNEY TRUNK RD
  • 3343 DEWDNEY TRUNK RD
  • 3347 DEWDNEY TRUNK RD
  • 3349 DEWDNEY TRUNK RD
  • 101 FRASER ST
  • 102 FRASER ST
  • 84 GRANT ST
  • 235 GUILDFORD WAY
  • 295 GUILDFORD WAY
  • 3002 HENRY ST
  • 3008 HENRY ST
  • 3016 HENRY ST
  • 3020 HENRY ST
  • 3033 HENRY ST
  • 3048 HENRY ST
  • 301 to 319 HIGHLAND WAY
  • 2909 HOPE ST
  • 123 HUGH St
  • 127 HUGH St
  • 100 KLAHANIE DR
  • 200 KLAHANIE DR
  • 300 KLAHANIE DR
  • 301 KLAHANIE DR
  • 400 KLAHANIE DR
  • 500 KLAHANIE DR
  • 600 KLAHANIE DR
  • 700 KLAHANIE DR
  • 701 KLAHANIE DR
  • 801 KLAHANIE DR
  • 403 to 552 LEHMAN PL
  • 123 MARY ST
  • 195 MARY ST
  • 95 MOODY ST
  • 101 MORRISSEY RD
  • 201 MORRISSEY RD
  • 200 NEWPORT DR
  • 220 NEWPORT DR
  • 225 NEWPORT DR
  • 260 NEWPORT DR
  • 285 NEWPORT DR
  • 290 NEWPORT DR
  • 101 NOONS CREEK DR
  • 101 NOONS CREEK DR
  • 675 NOONS CREEK DR
  • 651 NOOTKA WAY
  • 660 NOOTKA WAY
  • 2707 SPRING ST
  • 2711 SPRING ST
  • 2715 SPRING ST
  • 2719 SPRING ST
  • 2723 SPRING ST
  • 2727 SPRING ST
  • 2731 SPRING ST
  • 2735 SPRING ST
  • 2739 SPRING ST
  • 2743 SPRING ST
  • 2747 SPRING ST
  • 2751 SPRING ST
  • 2823-2831 ST. ANDREW ST
  • 2824-2832 ST GEORGE ST
  • 3001 ST GEORGE ST
  • 3004 ST GEORGE ST
  • 3018 ST GEORGE ST
  • 3021 ST GEORGE ST
  • 3038 ST GEORGE ST
  • 3105 ST GEORGE ST
  • 2301 ST JOHNS ST
  • 2605 ST JOHNS ST
  • 3122 ST JOHNS ST
  • 3136 ST JOHNS ST
  • 3142 ST JOHNS ST
  • 3148 ST JOHNS ST
  • 3240 ST JOHNS ST
  • 3250 ST JOHNS ST
  • 3260 ST JOHNS ST
  • 288 UNGLESS WAY
  • 3382 VIEWMOUNT DR
  • 125 WILLIAMS ST

 

Be aware of road users when exiting parked vehicles

The Dutch Reach

A driver opening their car door into the path of a cyclist or other road user can cause serious injury. The Dutch Reach is a simple technique that improves driver awareness and prevents "dooring" accidents. It involves using your hand furthest from the door to open it. This action forces your upper body and head to turn which makes it easier to get an unobstructed view of oncoming cyclists, pedestrians, and other vulnerable road users. The Fraser Health Authority provides both a video demonstration and simple instructions for the Dutch Reach.