Port Coquitlam is a community of 61,000 with a strategic location in Metro Vancouver, a healthy base of businesses, new commercial and industrial areas, 271 hectares of parkland including the 25-km Traboulay PoCo Trail, well-established neighbourhoods, and a strong sense of community spirit known as PoCo Pride.
It also has a reputation for progressive governance and for its innovative approaches to managing waste, sustainable development and using technology to engage the community. Since it was incorporated on March 7, 1913, Port Coquitlam has experienced significant growth and has strived to remain relevant to the changing times. At the same time, the City has retained its small-town charm, its authentic historic downtown core, and a tradition of community involvement. Along with the cities of Coquitlam and Port Moody, and the Villages of Anmore and Belcarra, the suburban area is now commonly referred to as the "Tri-Cities".
For more information, please visit the Tourism Port Coquitlam website.