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Port Coquitlam


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Centre of the Tri-Cities

Port Coquitlam, also known as PoCo, is a vibrant community with a strategic location in the Lower Mainland between the Pitt and Coquitlam Rivers. It is among the three municipalities that make up the Tri-Cities area: Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam. The city was initially known as First Nations village before the early Europeans settled there in the 1860s.

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About Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam was incorporated as a city on March 7, 1913. The factor that led to the city being incorporated was its geographical location. It lies by the Fraser River on the south, by the Coquitlam River on the west, on the east by the Pitt River and the north by the beautiful mountains. The area allows easy access to the rivers and is close to Vancouver.

The city has a long history dating back to the early 1800s, heritage and culture that can still be seen to date. In 1911, the Panama Fever era had a vision of a port in the area due to its access to the rivers. During this period, the city quickly developed due to its natural scenic beauty and charm. This is what enticed many local businesses and residents to the area.

Port Coquitlam's Essential Qualities


PoCo was long occupied by indigenous people. The first European settlers started farming beside the Pitt River in 1859. The area was originally developed mostly as a farmland. Port Coquitlam has now been developed for suburban housing, especially in the southwestern and northern parts of the city.


Port Coquitlam boasts a picturesque natural setting, easy access to other cities, great business opportunities, a small-town vibe, and a dedication to healthy living for everyone. Residents have access to various parks and outdoor activities like cycling, hiking, swimming, and many more.

Great Investment

Port Coquitlam is the best place to invest. Surrounded by beautiful natural views and centrally situated within the Metro Vancouver area, Port Coquitlam and the neighbouring Tri-Cities of Coquitlam and Port Moody have long been popular with homebuyers looking for greater affordability. Real estate prices in this area are increasing with an emphasis on the long-term appreciation.

Small Town Vibes

Port Coquitlam enjoys small-town life within reach of major urban centres.


Port Coquitlam has some of the most affordable housing compared to other cities in Great Vancouver. Although the prices have been appreciating rapidly, it is still the most affordable municipality in the Tri-Cities. The city also has a lower cost of living in terms of transport and shopping.

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Housing Market In Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam offers a lively housing market with residential neighbourhoods near schools, city parks, major routes and amenities like shopping, restaurants, and pubs. Searching for an affordable and luxurious house in PoCo? You will find a wide range of options.

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Why Port Coquitlam?

As a growing city, Port Coquitlam has well-established neighbourhoods and has a strong sense of community spirit. Many families have made PoCo their home due to its strategic location, access to amenities and other cities, various outdoor activities and great transit. The city has also been able to retain its small-town charm.

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Who Is Port Coquitlam For


Port Coquitlam is among the region’s best places for investors in the real estate industry. The city is experiencing remarkable economic growth offering a great opportunity for investors. Investment in both the public and private sector and the business community's growth have made Port Coquitlam a popular destination for business.


Port Coquitlam is ranked as the best place to raise a family, as it is multicultural and has a lot of excellent schools, including a few French immersions. In addition, the city has a living wage, so it is affordable. The area is also charming, with its numerous parks, arts and culture facilities and walking trails.

What To Do In
Port Coquitlam

Day Trip at Traboulay PoCo Trail

Traboulay is a great hiking and biking trail for Port Coquitlam locals and visitors. This cycling and walking trail offers something for everyone. It is ideal for the whole family, including your pet.

Step Back in Time at PoCo Heritage Museum and Archives

PoCo Heritage Museum and Archives is a stunning local museum with interesting information about the city and neighbouring areas. If you have curious kids, they will enjoy learning about the natural history of PoCo.

Picnic at Colony Farm Regional Park

Colony Farm Regional Park is located within Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam cities. It is a great spot for birdwatching, biking, walking and jogging. The park features a wide selection of trails, open spaces, and wildlife.

Relax at Peace Park

As the name suggests, Peace Park is a very peaceful park located next to the Pitt River. The park has paths along the dyke. It is a hidden gem! If you want to relax with your family or friends, this park is a must-visit.

Shooting at DVC Ventures Indoor Gun Range

DVC Ventures is an indoor shooting centre open to the public. Visit this facility and enjoy an exciting shooting experience.

Axe throwing at Urban Axe Throwing

Urban Axe Throwing is a perfect place to compete in different throwing games with family and friends. Be sure not to miss the fun!

Party at Cat and Fiddle Pub

Cat and Fiddle Pub is a popular party destination in Port Coquitlam. They offer the best wings with a wide selection of flavours. It's an amazing spot to relax, although it's not quiet. There's a restaurant section, so make sure to come with your kids.

Explore Western Sky Books

If you love reading, Western Sky Books is a must-visit. The bookstore sells both new and old books and has a sitting area to read your book. There is also a section for children's books.

Have Fun at Hyde Creek Recreational Centre

Hyde Creek Recreational Centre is an aquatics facility featuring a leisure pool, waterslide, sauna, steam room, lap pool and poolside food services. It also has a gymnasium, racquetball court, aerobics studio and more. Everyone will have something to enjoy!

Attend an event at Giggle Dam Dinner Theatre

Giggle Dam offers a 5-course meal and exciting shows all year round. It's a nice place to spend a night out with friends and enjoy live comedy and band.

Play Golf at Carnoustie Gold Club

Port Coquitlam has a golf facility for golfers of all experience levels. Carnoustie Golf Club offers excellent services to make your golfing experience remarkable.

Port Coquitlam Rental Market

the average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Port Coquitlam increased by 11% to $1,850. The average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment increased by 1% to $2,338.

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Public & Private Schools

Port Coquitlam is well-served by the Public School District 43 (Coquitlam), with 2 secondary, 5 middle and 14 elementary schools. The city also has 5 private schools.

Parks & Recreation

PoCo offers plenty of recreational activities in its parks, including outdoor and indoor swimming, outdoor gym, Skate Park, sports courts for lacrosse, baseball, soccer, ice and street hockey.

Waterfront Access

Residents of Port Coquitlam can easily access the Fraser, Pitt and Coquitlam Rivers.

Entertainment Options

The city is full of fun. The Giggle Dam, for instance, is a great source of entertainment, and it's located in the heart of Central Port Coquitlam off of Shaughnessy. The theatre offers dinner and entertainment with live music shows and live comedic entertainment.

Local Businesses

There is a wide range of specialty shops, restaurants, liquor shops and other small businesses. Coquitlam Center, BC's largest shopping mall, is near the city. The mall is a one-stop shop for all your needs, whether you are looking for new clothes, electronics from Apple Stores or fresh produce.


Access to Bridges & HWYs and multiple cities

Port Coquitlam offers easy access to Vancouver via road, Transit and commuter rail links. The city has two major roads, Shaughnessy Street and Lougheed Highway. The Canadian Pacific Railway has a major rail yard in the central part of PoCo.

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YVR AIRPORT: 55 min*
USA BORDER: 45 min to Pacific Hwy Crossing
SURREY: 20 min
BC FERRIES: 60 min* (Tsawwassen)
SKYTRAIN STATION: At this time, there are no SkyTrain Stations located in Port Coquitlam.

All times are approximates based on driving times.