The Port Coquitlam Sports Alliance (PoCo Sport) was developed as a result of the 2010 Sport Summit and building from the original Port Coquitlam Amateur Athletic Association.  This event brought together leaders from City Council, School District 43, and the local sport clubs for a collaborative discussion on building a strong sport culture.

 

The unanimous outcome was a desire to have “one single voice for sport” that services the entire local sport community. The voice is inclusive for all athletes balancing the needs of both young and old as well as recreational to elite.   There was an expressed need for a well organized group to act as the “glue” between sport clubs, city programs and policies, and the school district. 

 

PoCo Sport has brought together local experts in community recreation and sport business to service our community.  The staff and board have extensive experience in: policies and procedures, club building, event management, sponsorship, retail sales, public and media relations, coaching, officiating, athlete development, and pathway programming.

 

We provide a large number of programs and services to the local sport clubs and their teams. If you are a club, team, or athlete that is based in Port Coquitlam, or if you are a Tri-City based team accessing Port Coquitlam facilities, you are eligible for the multiple programs and services.  We are also partnered with School District 43, servicing their team and events needs.  If you are a local athlete, coach or parent affiliated with a Port Coqutilam based School District 43 institution, please connect with your school’s athletic director on how to access our services.

About Us

 

Leadership 

Mike Bowen
Past President
Rob Colombo
President
Michelle MacRae
Vice President
Shauna Stanyer
Director at Large
Gerald Shong
Asst. Superintendent - SD43
Glenn Mitzel
City Management
Diane Blair
PoCo Active Media Lead
Dave Ronald
Community Advisor
Ryan Clark
Executive Director
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Our Mantra: Community.Sport.Leadership

 

Our Vision: Inclusive leadership in sport culture, facilitation, and development

 

Our Pillars for Success:
 

  • LEADERSHIP

  • SPORT CULTURE

  • FACILITATION

  • DEVELOPMENT
     

**We have based our programs and services on these key pillars

 

Mantra, Vision, Strategic Plan Pillars

 

PoCo Sport home base is inside the Neighborhood Learning Centre at Pitt River, working in partnership with School District 43.  The facility is located at 2070 Tyner Street.

 

Local sport clubs and their teams are able to reserve all areas of the facility to suit their needs.  This includes:
 

  • The Pharmasave Game Plan Room: large comfortable room with 60 inch flat screen, stereo speakers, extensions for easy lap-top connection, 8 ft. wipe board, Miele espresso machine, area to place food, and comfortable couches and king chairs.
     

  • The PoCo BIA Team Room: board room with 60 inch flat screen, board table has built in outlet for lap-top power and connections to the screen via HDMI and USB.  4 ft. wipe board and area for food.
     

  • Speed & Conditioning Room: 24 spin bikes look onto a 70 inch. flat screen that has connections for all lap-tops and MP3 players, iPod dock, and large stereo speakers.  Additional equipment being added through fall/winter 2016.
     

  • Main Gymnasium: Large gymnasium with LCD score clock.  Warm-up area connected to the main gym and is only a few steps into the Conditioning room and Pharmasave Game Plan room.
     

  • Multi-Purpose Room: Connected to the main gymnasium, large space with high ceilings for warm-up sessions, conditioning, and presentations

 

This facility enhances maximizes training and meeting times for our local athletes, coaches, and club volunteer boards.  Local sport club board members can contact us for their club bookings.
 

PoCo Sport Centre at Pitt River

 

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