Like neighbouring Coquitlam, Port Moody has much to recommend it, due to its combination of city conveniences with astonishing natural beauty. It is the smallest of the Tri-Cities, home to 33,551 residents in the 2016 census.
Port Moody boomed in the late 1800s, when it was the final station on the Canadian Pacific Railway. When the railway was extended into Vancouver in 1887, its growth stalled but the city is growing once again, popular with Vancouver commuters and nature lovers. Wrapped around Burrard inlet, Port Moody is home to hectares of green space as well as kilometres of hiking and biking trails. A particularly popular are Rocky Point Park and Sasamat Lake.
Thanks to the Evergreen Skytrain line, Port Moody residents have just a 40-minute commute into downtown Vancouver. The opening of the Evergreen line in 2016 has boosted development in the area, both commercial and residential, meaning many new businesses, condos and townhomes. Much of this development is centred around the Skytrain stations at Moody Centre and Inlet Centre.
For those raising or planning to raise a family in the Tri-Cities, Port Moody schools include Port Moody Secondary School, Heritage Woods Secondary School, Moody Middle School and Seaview Elementary School.
In addition to lots of fantastic dining and shopping opportunities, Port Moody is well-known in the Lower Mainland for Brewers Row — where craft beer enthusiasts can find Yellow Dog Brewing, Moody Ales, Twin Sails Brewing and Parkside Brewery.
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