This neighbourhood is built around Inlet Park and the Town Centre municipal facilities. At the end of the Inlet is a flurry of new condo developments, adjoining Inlet Park. The neighbourhood to the east of Ioco Road is Coronation Park, dates back to the 1950s. South of St Johns Street is a small enclave built around Brookside Park.
The neighbourhood's shopping is clustered along St Johns Street, with larger malls at Heritage Mountain Village or to the east in Coquitlam
These neighbourhoods have 1 elementary school, 1 middle school, and are served by Port Moody Secondary in the west. Douglas College's Coquitlam campus is just to the east and Simon Fraser University is just to the west.
The 3.8 hectare Rocky Point Park has hiking trails, a newly renovated spray park, a skate park, a bike trials park, a playground, a picnic shelter, a boat launch and a recreational pier. The City Hall / Library / Community Theatre, and the Social Recreation Complex are located in this neighbourhood. In 2008, Port Moody has renovated its recreation complex to include an Olympic size ice rink, this new facility will have an indoor running track, a state-of-the-art gym, a curling rink and an athlete's lounge.
This area is mostly older single family homes. The neighbourhood of Coronation Park is mostly single-family homes dating back to the 1950s and some multi-family developments from the 1970s. Adjoining Inlet Park is a flurry of new high-rise condo developments. Inlet Centre is where most of Port Moody's future higher density residential and commercial development will be focused, based on municipal planning.