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The City will be performing updates to its online Interactive Map beginning December 6. The web mapping application will be unavailable for up to one week. The service disruption will affect both City staff and external users.
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City Facilities - Holiday Hours of Operation
Development Permit No. 10-17: 20702, 20678 and 20688 Eastleigh Crescent
Development Permit No. 12-17: 20416 Park Avenue
Development Permit No. 13-17: 20393 Fraser Highway
In response to speed concerns in the City, the City of Langley will be implementing traffic calming measures in two phases at the following locations: 50 Avenue, 198 Street, Michaud Crescent, and 201 A Street.
Since the park trees were cleared away, Langley City Parks Department has eliminated debris, graded and prepped the area, seeded the grass, planted new trees and installed new pathways. One of the unique features of the redeveloped park is the soon-
Langley City Council designated the Crime Prevention Task Group to implement strategic objectives and to accomplish some of the goals recommended within the Crime Prevention Strategic Plan.
The City of Langley requests feedback on the sidewalk design concepts for 46A Avenue from 206 Street to 208 Street.