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With the Timms Community Centre Grand Opening around the corner, the City of Langley is ramping up their drive to get people out and active. Throughout February, the City will be promoting health through its "Moments of Activity" campaign.
The City of Langley is planning for the upgrade of 203 Street, Grade Crescent to Michaud Crescent and is seeking the public’s input.
The City of Langley has moved a step closer to its vision for a healthy and active community after receiving $175,000 in donations to support the new Timms Community Centre. The sponsorship funding has been key to purchasing new fitness equipment for the Centre, providing access to state-of-the-art amenities for the whole community and offsetting the impact to taxpayers. The donations came from prominent families and business leaders in the community recognizing the important role healthy living, and an active lifestyle will play in the future of the community.
Eating healthy is often easier said than done; however the City of Langley is making it simpler than ever with its Live 5-2-1-0 program. As part of its commitment to a healthier community, the City is reminding residents to eat right and exercise while providing new facilities to make a healthy lifestyle accessible to everyone.
Opportunity for Public Input - Zoning Amendment Bylaw 2998 / DP 04-16
Metro Vancouver is seeking public feedback from Langley residents and businesses as part of the process to review and update the Water Shortage Response Plan (WSRP).

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