inlet field kids playing soccer

Mayor and Council want to welcome you back to Inlet Park. Join us at the park (3024 Murray Street) on Saturday, June 8, 2024 from 10am to 10:45am. After words of welcome from Mayor Meghan Lahti, representatives from local sports clubs and the Rotary Club of Port Moody will offer remarks. Park goers of all ages are invited to stop by and listen, and then grab a treat and spend some time connecting with friends, neighbours, and fellow sport and playground enthusiasts. 

“We want to gather together to say a big thank-you to all our residents for their patience during construction, and to everyone who was involved in turning the vision of a redeveloped Inlet Park into reality,” says Mayor Lahti. “The park has been transformed into a versatile recreation facility and community hub. Whether you come for a game, batting practice, a playground visit, or a stroll along the boardwalk to view the restoration plantings, we hope you will feel welcome in this revitalized public space.” 

Inlet Park was re-opened to the public in late March after closing in December 2022 for the beginning of work on the Inlet Park Redevelopment Project. Phases 1 and 2, funded in part by grants from the federal and provincial governments through the joint Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, are complete. The City hosted an official ribbon-cutting event with our funding partners on May 17, 2024. 

The once-gravel field is now a high-quality, all-weather, artificial turf surface. Additional completed sporting improvements include:

  • three smaller "Super 8" soccer pitches suitable for younger players;
  • FIFA-regulation field for adult soccer games;
  • two baseball and softball diamonds; and
  • batting cages. 

The park also features:

  • new children's playground (tot lot) and natural play area;
  • raised boardwalk feature for viewing of park trees;
  • restoration planting and landscaping, including more than 350 trees and more than 6,000 shrubs and understory plantings; and
  • additional parking spaces and infrastructure for future electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. 

The third and final phase of the project will involve the construction of a new fieldhouse facility with public washrooms. The final design will be completed in the fall of 2024, and we anticipate construction will begin in 2025. In the meantime, a temporary, portable washroom facility is available seven days a week from 8am to 10pm. Visit to learn more about the project.