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Port Moody Police Department // Serving the community since 1913.

City of Port Moody burning restriction in place

PORT MOODY – As directed by the Coastal Fire Centre of the BC Wildfire Service, Port Moody Fire Rescue announces all open fires are banned within the municipal boundaries of the City of Port Moody, effective 12 noon, Thursday, July 6, 2017. This open fire ban will remain in effect until October 21, 2017, or […]

Canada 150 and Golden Spike Days Celebrations

Port Moody Police Department Media Release DATE: July 6, 2017 SUBJECT: Golden Spike Festival / Canada Day 150 Celebration PORT MOODY – Despite record crowds and the beautiful weather, the July 1st long weekend at Rocky Point Park provided little problems for the Port Moody Police Department. The Canada 150 celebrations and Trooper playing in […]

Celebrate Canada Day in Port Moody

Join us for great music, family fun, and fireworks, as Port Moody celebrates Canada Day and our nation’s 150th birthday on Saturday, July 1, 2017 at Rocky Point Park (2800 block of Murray Street). 11AM TO 6PM – CANADA 150 ZONE The festivities start at the City of Port Moody’s Canada 150 Zone, located adjacent […]

Door to Door Solicitation

The Port Moody Police Department has recently received complaints of a male knocking on doors and asking for money to pay for a tow truck. He tells the resident that he has been in an accident or his vehicle has broken down and that he has no money to pay for the tow. While not […]

Weapons Seizure

On May 15, 2017 at approximately 2115 hours, a Port Moody Police officer observed a grey Dodge Journey make an unusual left turn at the intersection of Murray Street and Ioco Road. This vehicle appeared to be travelling without any headlights or taillights on, despite the dark, rainy conditions. The officer noted that the out-of-province […]