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The completion of construction projects is dependent on weather. The following dates are subject to change.

Roadwork and construction
FortisBC: Gas Line Upgrades in Coquitlam
Date: March 2019 - ongoing
Location: Como Lake Avenue in Coquitlam
Impact to you: FortisBC is upgrading a natural gas line between Coquitlam and Burnaby starting March 2019. No construction will take place in Port Moody. However, staggered lane closures on Como Lake Avenue in Coquitlam may affect travel times to and from Port Moody as well as increase the traffic on Port Moody streets.
More info:
Metro Vancouver: Albert Street Sewer Upgrades

This is a Metro Vancouver project and more information can be found at

Date: July 2019 - January 2020
Location: Seaforth Way, Clarke Road, and Spring Street
Impact to you: Impacts may include traffic delays and road closures, parking restrictions, and temporary property access restrictions for residents. Local residents and businesses will receive ongoing notification via newsletters, web updates, email and on‑site signage, directly from Metro Vancouver.
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Mount Royal Drive and Vedder Lane: Underground Utilities
Date: November 18 - December 21
Hours of work: 7am - 5pm
Location: Mount Royal Drive, between Westmount Drive and Grouse Lane
Impact to you: Full road closure on Mount Royal Drive and Vedder Lane. Local traffic only.  
Murray Street Upgrades Project 

Our Murray Street Upgrades Project will improve driver, cyclist, and pedestrian safety while also making it more comfortable and convenient for people to use sustainable methods of transportation. View our Murray Street Upgrades Project page for full project details.

Date: September 3, 2019 - May 2020
Hours of work: 7am to 8pm, Monday through Saturday, with no work on Sundays or statutory holidays.
Location: The construction zone is between the 3000-block of Murray Street (at Electronic Avenue) and end in the 2500-block of Columbia Street (near the Flavelle Sawmill)
Impact to you: Drivers can expect single-lane, alternating traffic at times throughout the construction zone. The City will work to maintain two-way traffic during rush hour.   

Reed Point Way: Environmental Study
Date: December 2-21, 2019
Hours of work: 7am-5pm
Location: Reed Point Way
Impact to you: Traffic will be reduced to an alternating, single lane at the entrance to Reed Point Marina. A Traffic Control Person will be onsite to assist drivers.
3370 Dewdney Trunk Road - Marcon

From December 9 - March 31, 2020, Dewdney Trunk Road, between Viewpoint Drive and Fraser Street, will intermittently be reduced to an alternating single lane. 


Edgestone - Bold Development

Douglas Street will be open to local traffic only during construction hours. Traffic control persons will assist residents to access their property during work times.  


George Development - Marcon

As part of this development, a portion of Dallas Creek, between Hope Street and St. Andrews Street, will see significant upgrades including the installation of a new culvert crossing under St. George Street. In order to facilitate this upgrade, St. George Street will need to be closed to through traffic from Buller Street and Williams Street. Drivers will be directed to Henry Street or St Johns. 


Parcel D - Brew St. - Onni

Due to ongoing construction, there may be intermittent traffic impacts on Capilano Road. 


Platform Development - Aragon

The southbound curb lane on Moody Street, between Clarke Street and Spring Street, is closed.  


The Springs  - Catalyst Community Development Society

Spring Street, between Queens Street and Elgin Street, is closed except to local traffic only. 


Woodbridge Homes - Trillium Projects

Moray Place will have temporary 24 hour no parking in effect. On St. Johns Street, the curb eastbound lane may be closed while the two through eastbound lanes will remain open. The south sidewalk between Moray Street and Buller Street will be closed. Moray Place will be closed at Moray Street for concrete pumping.

Watermain Flushing
Glenayre / College Park Neighbourhoods

Date: October 15, 2019 - ongoing for approximately eight weeks
Impact to you: You may experience temporary discolouration, pressure fluctuations  and sediment in the water reaching your home or business. If this occurs, run cold water in the bath tub until it clears up. These conditions should only happen for a short time and do not pose a health hazard. City staff will try to minimize any inconvenience. For more information, call Operations at 604-469-4574.