I’m proud to serve you and the community we call home.
I grew up here and deeply cherish the City’s history, so it is an honour for me to help lead Port Moody into the future.
Tell Mike what is important to you!
Like you, I love Port Moody and that’s why I am running for re-election as Mayor in October. I have served on Port Moody Council for 13 years, as Mayor since 2011. I look forward to continuing to serve our amazing community and working with the staff and Council team to ensure we remain the most desirable and livable city, where our families can live, work, and play.
I am committed to a livable, accessible city with vibrant public spaces, healthy neighbourhoods, sustainable mobility, a diverse and resilient local economy, and an affordable housing market. And to celebrate our Arts and Culture and support our designation as 'City of the Arts'.
A Vision for Our City
Responsible Growth and Development
Build Good Communities
Festivals and Events
Role of Mayor
Collaboration and Cooperation
Open and Transparent Government
In the Community
Breaking Ground for Affordability
Mike is Chair of Metro Vancouver’s Housing Committee and was pleased to break ground in 2018 for Heather Place with Minister of Housing Selina Robinson and other mayors in the region.
Getting Dunked for a Good Cause
Mike with MP Finn Donelly at the Golden Spike Days to raise funds for a local cheer squad. For some reason, there were a lot of willing participants tossing the balls at Finn and Mike.
Christening the new Glenayre Spray Park
Mayor Mike and Councillor Barbara Junker (long-term Glenayre resident) celebrated the re-opening of the Glenayre Spray Park in 2017 (and soaked a few kids.)
Mike and the Share Bear
Mike volunteers with Share Society, a community organization dedicated to connecting, engaging, and strengthening individuals and families. Plus, who doesn’t like a bear hug?
Supporting Wigs for Kids BC
Mike, Constable Rob, and Constable Jenn – two of Port Moody’s finest – spent the afternoon with some amazing kids raising funds to help other kids who’ve lost their hair due to illness.
Mike and Now-Retired Councillor Bob Elliot
Bob Elliot, particularly well-known in his neighbourhood of Glenayre, served on Port Moody Council for over 12 years and is known for his friendly approach to all and dedication to the City.