It’s not too early to think about garage sale season in Port Moody

There’s snow in the weather forecast, but spring — and the urge to purge and clean that often comes with the new season — isn’t far away.

Residents of Port Moody can take advantage of that community’s annual city-wide garage sale on Saturday, April 20, to help them dispose of their culling efforts. No, that doesn’t mean city hall will be putting out its surplus office chairs and photocopiers by the curb on Newport Dr.

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But Port Moody residents who register their own garage sale for that date on the city’s website, fill out an online form or pick up a form at city hall, will get their endeavour promoted for free on the city’s website as well as in a newspaper ad.

To make it more convenient for bargain hunters, the city is also encouraging all sales on that day to start at 9 a.m.

For more information, go to www.portmoody.ca/garagesale. All sales must be registered by 5 p.m., April 3.

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