North Shore


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North Shore Profile

The Heritage Mountain, Twin Creeks, Noons Creek, Mountain Meadows and Heritage Woods neighbourhoods of the North Shore are relatively new, fundamentally residential and home predominantly to families with school age children.  There are many neighbourhood parks in this area.  Nestled along the mountainside, many homes have great views of Inlet Centre below while homes in Twin Creeks lies above Pleasantside neighbourhood near the beautiful Bert Flinn Park.  This park is popular for its hiking and biking trails while Mountain Meadows Park is popular with its walking trails and sports fields.

Schools

Port Moody Schools fall under Coquitlam’s School District #43.  There are currently seven elementary schools in Port Moody with an enrolment of approximately 1946 students, one middle school with 771 students and two senior secondary schools with a total of 2644 students. (Stats from Port Moody’s 2011 Community Plan.)
Since 2000, two new schools have opened in Port Moody to serve the needs of students primarily on the North Shore. A new middle school has now been approved for the Heritage Mountain/Anmore communities that will have a capacity of 500 students. For updated information on this project, visit New School Constructions.

Secondary School (Grades 9-12)

School #127 – Heritage Woods
1300 David Avenue Port Moody, B.C. V3H 5K6
604-461-8679 (phone) 604-461-8954 (fax)
(Class time:  8:40am – 3:05pm)

Elementary Schools (Grades K-5)

School #71 – Aspenwood
2001 Panorama Drive Port Moody, B.C. V3H 5G8
604-461-7680 (phone) 604-461-7615 (fax)
(Class time:  8:45am – 2:40pm)

School #17 – Heritage Mountain
125 Ravine Dr. Port Moody, B.C. V3H 4Z1
604-469-6407 (phone) 604-469-6417 (fax)
(Class time:  8:40am – 2:50pm)

Parks

Recreation and Facilities

Amenities

The neighbouring Inlet Centre provides amenities such as grocery, shops, services, restaurants and cafés for North Shore residents.


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