Fill out a Communities in Bloom application and become a Task Group Volunteer! Deadline for applications May 31, 2018.
As of May 1, 2018, Stage 1 lawn sprinkling restrictions contained in the City of Langley's Drinking Water Conservation Plan Bylaw No. 3037 are in effect.
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Langley City residents are invited to attend Langley City’s 4th Annual Neighbourhood Meetings. Meet and engage with your City Council representatives, learn more about community projects achieved this year, discover the range of programs and services
With the first week of May fast approaching, youth across the province will be celebrating the annual BC Youth Week from May 1 – 7, and Langley City is no exception.
Hunter Park’s Grand Reopening is a unique event that captures the essence of community pride, forest management, environmentalism, youth and families. Join City Council and celebrate the newly redeveloped Hunter Park.
Bylaw 3055 - 19868 Langley Bypass
City crews will be conducting water main flushing between March 19 and May 15. If flushing occurs in your area you may experience discoloured water. Run your taps until the water becomes clear. If you have any questions call the City at 604.514.2910.
Council Chamber, Langley City Hall 20399 Douglas Crescent, Langley
The City of Langley is hosting a public meeting on February 26, 2018 at 7:00 pm to provide an opportunity for residents to receive information and provide comments on Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited’s proposal to relocate its existing bingo..
Bylaw 3035 - Zoning Amendment - 5444, 19941, 19943, 19951 Brydon Crescent and 5461 -199 A Street
Timms Community Centre partnered with BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) and the University of British Columbia’s Centre for Hip Health and Mobility to offer free activity programs to encourage seniors to get up, get out and get active. Choo