Port Moody, in the east end of Burrard Inlet in British Columbia, is a fantastic place of residence. The smallest of the Tri-Cities, this area was named in honor of Richard Moody, British Columbia’s first Lieutenant-Governor. This city is bordered by Coquitlam, Burnaby, Belcarra, Anmore, and the Coast Mountains.

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Port Moody Schools

Port Moody is part of the B.C. School District No. 43 (Coquitlam). There are five elementary schools, three middle schools, and three senior secondary schools here as well as several private institutions.

Nearby post-secondary institutions include Douglas College, Simon Fraser University, and the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

School Performance and Rankings by the Fraser Institute.

The Fraser Institute’s school rankings website provides a detailed report on how each school is doing in academics compared to other ranked schools. It also shows whether the school’s results are improving, declining, or just staying steady over the most recent five years.

Elementary Schools

  • Seaview Elementary School
  • Glenayre Elementary
  • Moody Elementary
  • Mountain Meadows Elementary School
  • Pleasantside Elementary

Middle Schools

  • Moody Middle School
  • Maple Creek Middle School
  • Eagle Mountain Middle School

Secondary School

  • Port Moody Secondary School
  • Riverside Secondary School
  • Gleneagle Secondary School

No matter where you live in the area, you will have access to excellent schools for every age level.

Recreation & Parks in Port Moody

Port Moody is rich in beautiful park spaces and fun recreational activities. There are mountainside nature reserves, water parks, gyms, and skating locations. Port Moody provides an extensive list of locations for you to enjoy your free time.

Ailsa Spray Park

Open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Ailsa Spray Park is a great location to cool off during the summer months. This park is completely free and offers immense fun for children of all ages.

Art Wilkinson Park

This location is great for relaxing, playing, and enjoying the weather. With a picnic area, a playground, and tennis courts, this lovely park offers something for everyone.

Port Moody Recreation Complex and Weight Room

Boasting a weight room, 2 gyms, a hot tub and steam room, a track, and a curling center. This recreation center provides visitors with excellent resources to relax and exercise.

Port Moody Weather

Port Moody has a mild climate year-round. The summers are warm with daytime temperatures that hover around 20 degrees Celsius. The winters are often cold with moderate snowfall; however, temperatures do not often fall below freezing.

Because of the weather, residents often enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, skating, and snowboarding.

Local Amenities in Port Moody

Port Moody is full of amenities that make life easier for residents. Residents have access to public transportation, grocery stores, libraries, and more.

The Port Moody Public Library is a fantastic location to find books, magazines, digital materials such as eBooks, and other resources.

Residents enjoy easy access to a plethora of grocery stores such as IGA, Thrifty Foods, Hilltop Market, and Pomme Natural Market. Located throughout the area, these stores will always be nearby to fulfill your grocery needs.

Port Moody Real Estate

The median home value for homes in Port Moody is $700,000. Smaller homes are often listed for around $300,000, and you can typically expect a median price range home to have two or more bedrooms.
There are real estate options for those seeking a luxury home. Homes in this price range are in the 1 million range.

Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give Lesley Wagstaff a call today at 604-313-3358 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.