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Zoe is...

About Zoe

  • Resident in the community since 2004

  • Board of Education SD43 School Trustee (2022 - current)

  • Port Moody City Councillor for the past eleven years (2011 - 2022)

  • Acting Mayor for a combined two years of her eleven-year Council tenure

  • Library Board Trustee, for nearly a decade

  • Metro Vancouver Climate Action Committee member, for the past three years

  • Chair, Arts & Culture Committee, Land Use Committee

  • Vice Chair, Economic Development Committee, Transportation Committee

  • Council Representative to:  School District 43 Childcare Task Force, Fraser Health Municipal Regional Committee,
    Advisory Design Panel, Municipal Insurance Association of BC, TriCities Chamber of Commerce, Golden Spike Days Society, Port Moody Arts Centre Society Board, Youth Focus Committee, and E-Comm 9-1-1

  • Task Forces: Affordable Housing, Fire Department, House Size & Siting

  • Former Chair/Vice Chair: Community Care, Community Planning Advisory (CPAC), Environmental Protection, Finance, Heritage Commission, Joint Family Court Youth Justice, and Seniors Focus Committee 

  • Chair & Founder of KaBoom! The Port Moody Art Explosion!

  • Co-founder, The Shuffle - Port Moody's Art Walk

Zoe is a devoted and experienced leader. 

A dedicated volunteer, Zoë donates a large portion of her Council salary each year to support local causes. "Inclusion and volunteerism are part of our family philosophy", she says. "Inclusivity builds bridges, creates lasting relationships and the cultural sharing that comes from it is truly extraordinary." When her own daughters were growing up, she and her family welcomed international exchange students into their home from countries around the world, who needed a place to live while studying here. Zoë also participated on the board of Access Youth Services, served meals to homeless persons on night shifts at TriCities shelters, and hosted fundraising events for Crossroads Hospice, Earth Day and the Port Moody Arts Centre. She ran highly successful fundraising campaigns for Golden Spike Days, special events and school projects.


First elected to city council in 2011, Zoë works hard to protect our beautiful natural environment and strengthen the local economy. For over a decade, she has been advocating for local employment and small business. During Official Community Plan deliberations, Royer pushed for more employment space to promote well-paying jobs, stimulate our daytime economy and help reduce traffic congestion. She is a tireless advocate for affordable housing and better amenities throughout the community. For the past several years, she has been working hand in hand with a group of Mayors, Councillors and Fire Chiefs from Coquitlam, Burnaby, Delta, Langley and Vancouver, working to expand emergency medical support by first responders and ensure our communities are better served... Read full bio

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