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On January 11, 2023, the Township of Langley’s Acting Fire Chief served written notice to the Langley City Fire Chief to withdraw from the Joint Langley Emergency Program that has successfully served both communities for almost…
The 2023 Dog Licenses, for all dogs over the age of six months, are now due and payable. Dog License renewal forms were mailed to owners of dogs on record and fees may be paid up to February 1, 2023, at the lower rates. ALL FEES…
Langley City Council heard from residents during the election campaign about a number of on-going concerns in the community. To that end, City Council has assembled the 2023 Financial Plan to make a significant effort in four key…
For City of Langley Regular Council meeting of January 16, 2023. Please note these are not the official minutes. Council Meeting Highlights are an informal summary.
All FVRL libraries will be closed today including the City of Langley Library. Douglas Recreation Centre is closed, and Timms Community Centre will be closed starting at 6:30 pm today.
City crews worked throughout the night working to clear roads in a priority sequence. They will continue shoveling City-owned median letdowns and sidewalks. Consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve. Keep…
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On behalf of Langley City Council and staff, we wish you a joyous holiday season and a Happy New Year!
After it snows, do your part to help keep sidewalks safe and usable for people who depend on them to get around. ⁠ ⁠Sidewalk and walkway clearance is your responsibility. Highway & Traffic Bylaw No. 2871 requires residential…
Truck and plow crews have been working nonstop. They've been attending to roads in priority sequence as fast and as safely as they can (you can view the map of priority routes here: https://langleycity.ca/.../engineering.../…
Douglas Recreation Centre and the Library are closed. Timms Community Centre will be closing at 4:30 pm, and all programming will be cancelled.