Homes for Sale in Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam is a thriving community of over 57,000. The area is very natural in look and strategically located in the Lower Mainland between the Fraser, Pitt and Coquitlam rivers for easy access to businesses, shops and eateries. It is a small town with all the amenities of a large urban centre.  Port Coquitlam is a warm and caring community committed to providing a desirable, safe place to live and raise a family.  Many of the residents concentrate on healthy living, and the environment for home and work is exceptional. Homes in the area include a good inventory of stylish single family homes, interspersed with green space and park lands. The area is very attractive for single home buyers and investors alike. 

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Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

Port Coquitlam is a vibrant community that has both small-town charm as well as convenient proximity to the Greater Vancouver metro area. The city has an ideal geographic location for individuals and families who want to be close to nature but still remain near a booming, thriving metropolitan centre like Vancouver. The community has the Fraser River to the south, the Pitt River to the east, and the Coast Mountains to the north. Its rich history and many resources make it a pleasant, safe, and desired British Columbia community.

Attractions and Recreation

Port Coquitlam's natural setting provides for many outdoor recreation activities. The community's, Traboulay PoCo Trail is a popular 25-kilometre loop used for enjoyment, outdoor refreshment, and exercise. Community residents also love to stroll or bike along the Pitt and Fraser Rivers. The sunsets and sunrises along the community-bordering rivers are simply stunning. Port Coquitlam has many outdoor pools, as well as an outstanding aquatic center featuring a sauna and steam room at the Hyde Creek Recreation Center. Residents of Port Coquitlam love the city's 266 hectares of parkland and natural land. Port Coquitlam also offers sport courts, picnic shelters, lacrosse boxes, a library, an outdoor gym, and youth centres. There is plenty available to keep active in this picturesque community outside of Vancouver.

Port Coquitlam Transportation

Port Coquitlam has a lot to offer in the way of public transportation. Pocket transit maps can be picked up on any bus, in many retailers in Port Coquitlam, and online. Residents can use the West Coast Express (WCE), a metro service, to commute to and from downtown Vancouver, as well as the SkyTrain system and regular bus service. Individuals with impaired physical or cognitive abilities are able to use HandyDART, a ride-share, customized transit system. The wide availability of public transportation systems in Port Coquitlam enables residents to travel with ease, and to travel cost-effectively.

Schools in Port Coquitlam

There are plenty of educational resources in Port Coquitlam. The community has 14 elementary schools, five middle schools, and two secondary schools. There are also three private schools, and a francophone school within the public school system. The community is close to post-secondary education, too, with just a short drive to Douglas College, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and the University of British Columbia.

Demographics

The overall population in 2011 for Port Coquitlam was 56,342. The gender ratio is pretty even - 28,295 male residents and 28,100 female residents as of 2011. The two largest age brackets are 45-64 years of age (30.4%) and 25-44 years of age (28%). The median income was posted as $28,403 in 2011. The economy is definitely growing, though, as 3,178 business licenses were issued in Port Coquitlam in 2013.

Community Festivals and Events

The Hyde Creek Salmon Festival occurs on the third Sunday in November. It celebrates the return of the salmon to the creek and includes plenty of activities for children, including educational displays and nature walks. There is also the wonderful Rivers and Trails Festival, which occurs on the last Sunday in September. Residents gather to celebrate Port Coquitlam's beautiful natural setting with a guided bike ride, art activities, and opportunities to win prizes.

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Listing information last updated on October 23rd, 2017 at 3:57pm CDT.