The Tri Cities

The cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody – each one unique from the other – have come together as a unified region to provide the best possible recipe for the encouragement of economic growth. The Tri-Cities also includes the Villages of Belcarra and Anmore, semi-rural residential communities known for their extensive parkland and picturesque vistas.

Located in the suburbs of Vancouver, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody, is one of the fastest growing regions in Metro Vancouver. It has attracted substantial industrial and commercial development in the past 35 years and it is continuing to grow. Presently, approximately 234,700 people reside within the region.

This community’s steady growth and current status is evidenced by one of the largest malls in BC, a modern hospital, churches of numerous denominations, and an extensive range of community services. With an effective system of public and private schools, and close proximity to various post secondary institutions, the facilities combine to provide a rich quality of life – not only to its residents, but also to businesses and industrial enterprises located within the region.



Coquitlam, the largest of the Tri Cities, is located on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada. Coquitlam is a dynamic city with a commitment to community-based living. Coquitlam offers the vibrant action of a growing city combined with a beautiful natural setting boasting abundant parks and green space, along with arts and cultural venues and multiple recreational facilities.

Young families continue to migrate to Coquitlam, drawn by the opportunity to live, work and play in a community that they’re proud to call home.

Visitors are warmly welcomed and enjoy the many shopping opportunities, indoor and outdoor recreation as well as the diversity of arts and culture.

Population: 149,490 (2018)


Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam is known as “the city of rivers and mountains”.

Port Coquitlam is centrally located in the Lower Mainland between the Fraser, Pitt River, and Coquitlam river. This community offers 25 km of trails known as the Traboulay PoCo Trail. ToCo trail completely surrounds the city and is perfect for a variety of outdoor nonmotorized activities including cycling, hiking, running, walking, and horseback riding.

The authentic downtown centre is complete with tree lined main street, decorative street lamps, and There is a variety of specialty shops, restaurants and small business establishments.

Its picturesque natural setting, business opportunities, small-town spirit and dedication to healthy living combine to offer an exceptional living environment for people of all ages and is lovingly referred to as “PoCo.”

Population: 62,844 (2018)


Port Moody

Port Moody known as the City of the Arts, is located at the head of Burrard Inlet
and at the foot of Eagle Mountain. A vibrant city, Port Moody is located an easy 40-minute drive from both downtown Vancouver and just steps from seaside parks, mountain trails and lakes.

Port Moody is thriving, with industries supporting a growing residential community, and strives to harmonize the natural environment with its economy and quality of life.

Population: 35,613 (2018)