Check out the 2018 Financial Plan for budget information and a complete list of the City's Capital Improvement Program. Click through the list below for detials on active Engineering and Parks construction projects and planning projects.
Engineering, Parks Operations Project Maps
The Engineering, Parks & Environment department has introduced a new and exciting tool. Click on the links below to view maps which provide a visual of all 2018 projects throughout the community.
For more information on ongoing construction projects in the City, please contact the City Engineering Services department at 604-514-2997 or email email@example.com.
The City of Langley is undertaking a major refurbishment of the 200 Street Bridge crossing the Nicomekl River. The bridge, constructed in 1976, was designed for a 50-year lifespan and, based on a recent condition assessment, requires the repairs to the concrete deck and structural repairs. We anticipate the repairs will extend the life of the bridge by a minimum of 20 years.
For more information, please contact Doug Hyde, Project Manager at 604.514.2835 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Local residents and business owners are advised that the City will be proceeding with rehabilitation works on a number of local City streets.
The work is being undertaken by the City’s contractor, Lafarge Canada Inc. and will include some sidewalk restoration, asphalt removal (grinding) and repaving of the selected streets.
Milling, paving and concrete is scheduled for the following locations
- 56 Avenue from Production Way to 200 St
Hours of Work/Notifications:
Construction activity will be restricted to the hours of 7AM to 7PM, Monday to Friday.
The Contractor will provide a minimum of 24 hours advance notice of any required service or traffic interruptions that will affect area residents, businesses, and utility owners.
Access During Construction:
The contractor will be required to keep streets open to thru traffic during normal business hours, although some redirection of traffic may be necessary from time to time. Traffic control personnel will be present to direct vehicles and pedestrians safely. Temporary parking restrictions may also be required to facilitate the proposed works.
Staff will be actively monitoring the planned works to minimize disruption wherever possible. Should you require more information on this matter, kindly contact our Engineering Department at (604) 514-2997.
Due to the enormous sucess of the park renovation, which was completed in June 2017, City Council has approved a budget ammendment to build further ammenities in Penzer Park. The additions will include a washroom building which includes storage for recreation programing, a picnic shelter and benches. These additions are scheduled to be completed by Spring 2018.
Through a number of public open houses and stakeholder engagement with different sports groups, the City developed a Penzer Park Master plan (along with the neighbouring Buckley Park). The Master Plan included visions for a multi-sport youth plaza, a themed playground, seating and picnicking areas, landscaping and a multi-use pathway that connects east-west from 200 Street through Penzer Park to Buckley Park to trails in the City of Surrey. To complement the existing bike skills park, the City is constructed a multi-sport court, concrete pump track, playground, and parkour circuit will provide play oppurtunities for all ages.
The City recieved funding for this park under the Western Canada Economic Diversification Funds Canada 150 Infrastructure Program to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.
For more information on this project contact Geoff Mallory, Manager of Parks Operations at 604-514-2912 or email@example.com.
The City’s contractor Lafarge Canada Inc. is now substantially complete the 48 Avenue Road Improvement Project. The project inlcuded widening 48 Avenue on the north side from 200 Street to 203 Street to allow for bike lanes, new sidewalk from 200 Street to 201 Street, and rebuilding the road with new gravels and asphalt.
The Pleasantdale Creek culvert just west of 202 Street will be replaced in July/August of 2018 (timing due to fishery requirements). This will require the road to be closed at that location for 3-4 weeks. Another notice will be issued with further details of detour on that project prior to work beginning.
Thank you for your patience with these final phases of the road and utility improvement project.
This project is funded in part by BikeBC.
If you have any questions, please contact Kyle Ford at 604-514-2827 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Completed October 2017.
The City has hired a contractor to replace a culvert near 53 Avenue in the 19800 block which is part of the Baldi Creek system. Over the past few years residents have witnessed a back-up of the creek at this location during high rain fall. It was determined that the old wood culvert under the trail was undersized, so the City is putting in two new culverts to increase the conveyance capacity.
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City staff conduct evaluations for locations where traffic calming is requested. An "warrant analysis" is completed, based on traffic data such as speed volume , ICBC collision data, road geometry and pedestrian activity associated with schools, parks, community centers. The evaluations generated three high scoring priorities for 2017 Traffic Calming. An open house was held for each separate locaiton, with notices going out to area residents. Each design was modified based on the neighbourhood feedback, and then presented to City Council for approval. Click the links below to view the traffic calming design concepts approved by Council:
The designs have been sent to the City's paving contractor for pricing and are scheduled to be constructed through fall 2017/ winter 2018.For more information:
A copy of the City's Traffic Calming Policy can be found here.
Have your say on the One-Way!
Langley City is asking for your input on potential changes to the Fraser Highway One-Way (204 Street to 206 Street) to renew our downtown core. Our goal is to create a more pedestrian-friendly place to live, work, and enjoy while also encouraging business development to support a vibrant downtown Langley.
The City has determined that the aging water and sewer lines under Fraser Highway must be replaced. Utility replacement provides an opportunity to renew the area by reconstructing roads, curbs and sidewalks as a part of the City’s plan to reutilize the downtown. With anticipated Light Rapid Transit to downtown Langley, we can expect the Fraser Highway One-Way to attract more people than ever before.
The City is currently developing design concepts, and your feedback is important.
To help with planning and design, the City is working with a team of engineers, landscape architects, traffic planners and community engagement specialists. Community input is a key part of this work. This includes:
- Business, property owner and residential input on public realm preferences (such as sidewalks widths, street amenities, landscaping and lighting), supportive parking changes and construction notification requirements (March – July 2018)
- Technical work to develop project plans and construction schedule (summer 2018)
- Business, property owner and residential feedback on draft designs and parking plans (fall 2018)
- Council approval of final designs and budget (late fall 2018)
To provide your input, view the sample images of street improvements that has been used in other cities.
Complete the brief online survey by no later than July 16, 2018. You can also visit the project information display at Langley Community Day on June 16.
The City of Langley and the Township of Langley are developing a long-term plan for protecting and improving watershed health in the upper Nicomekl River Watershed (east of 196th Street).
The City will be undertaking a master plan for Brydon Park, located at the corner of 198 Street and 53 Avenue. It is a community park just north of the Nicomekl River, surrounded by a rapidly densifying residential community. In the City's Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan, it was noted that this is a partially developed site and that it should be further developed to increase the recreational and social oppurtunities for nearby residents.
Oppurtunities for input throughout the process will be posted on the City website.
For more information contact: