JOIN US TO TALK ABOUT PUBLIC ART
Ballard Fine Art invites you to join us on Thursday, September 22 from 5:30 to 7:00pm to learn more about the opportunities for public art at Woodland Park and provide input into the future of public art in your neighbourhood.
On December 7, 2021 EDGAR and BC Housing received approval for the zoning and policy changes for Woodland Park.
The proposal is to redevelop Woodland Park, over the next 15 - 20 years, into a master planned, well-served community with an innovative mix of housing, significant parks and open space, child care and neighbourhood retail.
Our next steps include applying for development and building permits.
We will continue to keep the community updated at key milestones during the design process.
Scroll through the website to learn more about the proposal.
Woodland Park is approximately 24 acres, with 20 existing buildings and 10 surface parking lots which were built in the 1960s. There are currently 200 market rental units. The site is steeply sloped, from Cecile Drive to Clarke Road, with a vertical drop of approximately100 feet. The site also contains a significant amount of environmentally sensitive areas (ESAs) (22% of the total site area).
Woodland Park is situated among some of Port Moody’s greatest green space, close to schools, recreation facilities, and a 20-minute walk to neighbourhood shops and services.
Scroll through the proposal by clicking the "next" arrow on the right hand side, you may also enlarge the images by clicking the image.
22% of the site’s housing will be rental housing (457 homes)
325 will be non-market affordable rental homes (provided in first phase)
132 will be market rental homes (provided in third phase)
1,595 strata homes
73% of the site's housing will be family-oriented
292 of the units will be ground-oriented townhomes
parks & open Space
Approximately 70% of the entire site will be open space
3 acres of publicly accessible parks space (2 new parks and a 1.5 km multi-use trail)
22% of the site maintained as environmentally sensitive area
Remaining area includes significant open green space between the buildings
11,800 square foot child care, with up to 93 spaces
19,000 square foot retail component
A public art budget of $2.8 million* will provide public art throughout the site, strengthening Port Moody’s character as the “City of the Arts”
5 acres of land dedicated to the City for a new road link at Highview Place, potential firehall station, and environmentally sensitive area
Transportation improvements including Highview Place road link, 2-way cycling lane along Cecile, Angela and Highview Pl, car share, electric vehicle and e-bike infrastructure and more
*Current estimate subject to change based on final project proposal, decisions and budget.
First and Second Reading Approval of the Policy and Bylaw Changes
Apply for Development and Building Permits
Public Info Session #4
(July 20, 2021)
Final Approval of the Bylaw
(December 7, 2021)
*Dates to be confirmed and are subject to change, and to City approval.