Port Moody is a vibrant community with a variety of community associations, sport organizations, special interest groups, community arts and heritage organizations, and youth groups. Learn about all of the exciting organizations operating in the City.

Community associations

The City of Port Moody is home to a series of neighbourhood and community associations. These groups provide a fun way to meet your neighbours and get involved with the local community.

College Park Community Association

The College Park Community Association hosts annual events and social gatherings, such as an Easter egg hunt, pool party, family skating, caroling, and block party.

Glenayre Community Association

The Glenayre Community Association is a community group for those living in the Glenayre subdivision and surrounding area. Our organization provides residents with important notices and information about our community. We also host family-friendly events, such as firework nights, an Easter egg hunt, and a Christmas light competition.

Klahanie Community Association

The Klahanie Community Association is a community group for residents living in the Klahanie community in Port Moody. We host a series of special events for holidays, arts and crafts, and garage sales. We also offer health and wellness classes and facilitate neighbourhood groups, such as traffic safety and neighbourhood watch.

Moody Centre Community Association

The Moody Centre Community Association is a community group that provides information, newsletters, and updates on all things happening in Port Moody.

Pleasantside Community Association

The Pleasantside Community Association is a community group that supports our residents with a number of events, including the Penguin Plunge, Boat Festival, community dances, and more!

Residents of Pleasantside IOCO Communities Association

The Residents of Pleasantside IOCO Communities Association hosts community events, such as a Halloween party for residents.

Arts and culture organizations

Port Moody is home to a diverse and vibrant group of local arts and culture organizations. If you are interested in getting involved with the local arts and culture scene, consider joining or volunteering for one of the following groups.

Blackberry Artist's Society

The Blackberry Artist's Society (BAS) is a co-op of local artists with approximately 20 to 30 members. They work in a wide range of artistic mediums. You can view and purchase their art through the Blackberry Gift Shop, located in the Port Moody Arts Centre.

Golden Spike Days Society

The Golden Spike Days Society runs the annual Golden Spike Days Festival. This festival commemorates the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, which was completed in Port Moody in the late 1880s and is symbolic of the unification of Canada.

Port Moody Art Association

The Port Moody Art Association is made up of more than 100 local artists. They showcase their work throughout the City in a variety of exhibits including their Annual Sale and ongoing exhibits at Eagle Ridge Hospital and the Port Moody Police Station.

Port Moody Arts Centre Society

The Port Moody Arts Centre Society operates the Port Moody Arts Centre. The Port Moody Arts Centre is a not-for-profit community arts organization mandated to develop, promote, and celebrate the visual, performing, and literary arts in Port Moody. You can take part in one of their art classes, workshops, and lessons or spend time admiring the exhibitions on display. Visit the Arts Centre at 2425 St. Johns Street.

Port Moody Film Society

The Port Moody Film Society encourages an appreciation for film and dramatic arts. They hold monthly film viewings, annual festivals, film screenings, and regularly showcase films and filmmakers.

Port Moody Heritage Society

Visit the Port Moody Station Museum and step back in time! The museum is operated by the Port Moody Heritage Society and hosts a variety of educational programs and events. The museum contains an impressive collection of artifacts and historical displays.  Exhibits include the historic Port Moody Station, a 100-year old train station, and the Venosta, a restored 1920s railcar. Stop by the museum at 2734 Murray Street to check it out.

Summer Suns Productions

Summer Suns Productions hosts the annual Summer Sundays free concert series. The concert series runs throughout July and August and takes place at the performance stage in Rocky Point Park. They feature local and international musicians.

Sport organizations

Port Moody and the surrounding area has the following sports teams and organizations:

Special interest groups

Port Moody has something for everyone. Check out our special interest groups to get involved in the community.

Barnet Lions Club

The Barnet Lions Club is a volunteer organization that helps improve the surrounding community and holds community fundraising projects.

Barnet Sailing Coop

The Barnet Sailing Coop is a sailing cooperative in Metro Vancouver that offers members affordable sailing in BC waters all year.

Burke Mountain Naturalists

The Burke Mountain Naturalists is a group of nature enthusiasts from the Port Moody area who organize hikes, nature walks, birding walks, and education, conservation, and outreach events.

Burrard Inlet Marine Enhancement Society

The Burrard Inlet Marine Enhancement Society is a volunteer organization that focuses on education and stewardship activities in the Burrard Inlet area. We manage the Mossom Creek site and develop programs and educational events for community members.

Canadian Federation of University Women - Coquitlam

The Canadian Federation of University Women – Coquitlam offers a space for educated women to socialize. We hold events and offer support to other organizations through donations and fundraising initiatives.

CERA Society - Communities Embracing Restorative Action

The CERA Society works to enhance the quality of justice in the community through restorative measures to repair the harm caused by crime, resolve conflict, and restore balance and relationships.

Community Volunteer Connections

Community Volunteer Connections works to connect people with volunteer opportunities in the community.

City of the Arts Toastmasters

The City of the Arts Toastmasters club will help you improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Lower Mainland Green Team

The Lower Mainland Green Team organizes and run hands-on activities educating volunteers about local parks and ecosystems, local food production and environmental conservation

Mah-jong Club

The Port Moody Mah-jong Club meets regularly to play cards.

Old Mill Boathouse Society

The Old Mill Boathouse Society offers storage and banquet space for rowing, paddling, and sailing groups.

Port Moody Ecological Society

The Port Moody Ecological Society operates a training facility, salmon hatchery, and water quality-testing laboratory.

Port Moody Foundation

The Port Moody Foundation is a group of caring citizens and generous donors who share the goal of investing in projects and initiatives that enhance the quality of life in Port Moody. 

Port Moody Power and Sail Squadron

The Port Moody Power and Sail Squadron provides educational seminars about sailing, boating, and marine navigation.

Port Moody Rock and Gem Club

The Port Moody Rock and Gem Club offers events for those interested in lapidary arts and earth science. We offer lapidary classes and workshops and provide the tools needed to cut stones for jewellery and display.

Rotary Club of Port Moody

The Rotary Club of Port Moody connects people who can work together to solve community problems and host events. 

The PoCo Garden Club

The PoCo Garden Club is a gardening club with members from across the Tri-Cities and Metro Vancouver area.

Tri-City Branch of Engineers Geoscientists of BC (EGBC). 

The Tri-City Branch of Engineers Geoscientists of BC (EGBC) conduct reular events around in the Tricity area and school outreach programs. 

Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization helping to promote your business and raise your profile in the Tri-Cities.

Youth organizations

Is your child interested in joining a club? Check out the youth organizations operating in Port Moody.

754 Phoenix Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets RCACS

The Phoenix Squadron RCACS provide a program to develop leadership and citizenship skills in our community, promote physical fitness, and create interest in the Canadian Forces. We offer regular training programs.

Girl Guides

Girl Guides offers a variety of programs for young girls to learn skills, make friends, and have fun.

Port Moody Scouts

Scouts Canada has a group in Port Moody. As a member of Scouts, you will learn outdoor, survival, and leadership skills.

Theatrix Youtheatre Society

The Theatrix Youtheatre Society introduces children to the performing arts through classes in dance, drama, and music.

Update our list

If you notice information that is out-of-date, or would like to see your association added to this list, please email us.  

Benefits for community groups

As a Port Moody community organization or club, you may qualify for city grants and funding. Review our community grant program, to see if your group is eligible.

Your group may qualify for discounted City rental facilities. Check out our facilities and rentals waiver program, to see if you qualify.