ESA Mapping Study:

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The City of Langley has retained Diamond Head Consulting Ltd. to prepare an Environmentally Sensitive Areas Mapping Study. The study will identify and classify Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA’s), forming the basis of the City’s policies, guidelines and regulations for the protection of sensitive ecosystems and natural features. For more information on the ESA Mapping Study, please contact the Development Services & Economic Development Department at ph. 604-514-2800 or email: development@langleycity.ca .

Public Open House - November 3, 2015

Maps & Presentation Boards:

Station 1 - Welcome & Overview
Station 2 - Sensitive Ecosystems
Station 3 - Watercourses & Riparian Areas
Station 4 - Species of Conservation Concern
Station 5 - ESA Input Maps
Station 6 - Overall ESA Value Map
Station 7 - Open Space

Survey Questionnaire:

ESA Mapping Study - Survey Questionnaire

Please submit completed or partially completed questionnaire to Development Services & Economic Development Department via email (development@langleycity.ca) or in person at Langley City Hall. Thank you for your input!

Next Steps:

•    Presentation of draft ESA Mapping Study to Parks & Environment Advisory Committee December 3, 2015
•    Presentation of final ESA Mapping Study to Langley City Council January 2016

Langley City Hall

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