The Recreation Department received almost 300 responses from participants of all ages, including young families to seniors. The responses showed that most respondents were interested in having programs offered throughout the day but, in particular, during the early mornings and evenings.
The Magic of Christmas parade is a great opportunity for local businesses and organizations to create awareness about who they are and the services they offer/provide in our community. In past years the parade has featured over 50 entries consisting of festive floats, bands, decorated vehicles, dance troupes, equestrian groups and community groups.
Are you interested in volunteering? Sharing your expertise? Helping your community? You could make a difference in our community by serving on one of the City of Langley’s committees.
Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Pacific Region will implement a cessation of commercial operations for all medium and large commercial vehicles (i.e. tractor-trailers and semi-trailers) from November 9th to November 22nd, 2015 at the Aldergrove Port of Entry (POE).
The B.C. government is providing the City of Langley with $440,000 toward a BikeBC project. The project will create a 1.7-metre-wide separated bike path for 1.5 kilometres along 203rd Street from Michaud Crescent to Grade Crescent.
The City will be undertaking resurfacing works on the following City streets; 200 Street from Fraser Hwy to the Nicomekl River Bridge. Work will commence today and will continue for approximately 3 weeks (weather permitting). The work is being undertaken by the City’s contractor, IMPERIAL PAVING LIMITED and will include asphalt removal (grinding) and repaving of 200th Street, as noted in the attached sketches. If possible please use alternative routes during this time as it is anticipated that there will be delays.