In Pitt Meadows, we enjoy beautiful natural surroundings that allow us to appreciate nature right at our doorstep. Residents are able to participate in a variety of outdoor activities at the parks and trails throughout our city.  

Stay connected and participate in community events held throughout the year. Let's keep Pitt Meadows "The Natural Place" we know and love! 

Earth Day

Man planting a tree with a young child in a park

Check out the Earth Day activities happening in the community.

Tree Watering Bags

This Earth Day, help support growing trees around the community by purchasing a tree watering bag.

Environmental Inventory & Management Strategy

Photo of Golden Ears Mountain from Alouette River

This document will encompass areas of the environment such as natural capital protection, flood protection and/or mitigation, and water conservation. 

Zero Waste Campaigns

Gardening waste in a green bin

Let's reduce waste in landfills! Check out these resources to encourage a change in our approach to generating waste.  

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

EV Charger plugged into a white car

Pitt Meadows has two electric vehicle charging stations located at City Hall. These stations are open 24/7 and currently provided free of charge.  These stations are equipped with ChargePoint Network connectivity and Level 2 charging infrastructure.

Climate Action

sunny field on a hot day

Launched in the spring of 2022, the Local Government Climate Action Program (LGCAP) intends to provide predictable, long-term funding for local climate action to support communities in achieving their climate targets.

Adopt-A-Program

Alouette River Management Society Adopt-a-park, adopt-a-trail, adopt-a-stream, adopt-a-block

The City has partnered with the Alouette River Management Society (ARMS) for the Adopt-a-Program. Help keep your neighborhood clean and beautiful by adopting your favorite place in Pitt Meadows! Contact adoptablock@alouetteriver.org or 604.463.9699.

Climate Action Community

Logo for BC Climate Action Community 2017, Climate Leader

The City of Pitt Meadows was awarded Level 3 recognition – ‘Accelerating Progress on Charter Commitments’ by the joint Provincial-UBCM Green Communities Committee for our efforts in reducing reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions for the 2017 reporting year.

Anti-Idling at Train Crossings

Idling vehicles in Pitt Meadows contribute to climate change and negatively impact our local air quality. In order to reduce idling and help promote environmental sustainability, the City’s Anti-Idling Policy limits idling for municipal vehicles and equipment.

The City is also asking local motorists to avoid unnecessary idling, especially while waiting at a train crossing. Please help keep our air clean by turning off your engine.

Best Practices

  • Turn off engine while waiting at a train crossing and if parked for more than 60 seconds.
  • Drive the vehicle to warm it up.
  • Do not start the vehicle until all passengers are seated and buckled in.

Idling Myths and Facts:

MYTH: Idling uses less gas than restarting the engine.
FACT: 10 seconds of idling uses more fuel than restarting your engine.

MYTH: Idling warms the engine. 
FACT: The best way to warm it up is to drive it.

Learn more at Idle Free BC.

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