The City of Langley proudly hosts many community events throughout the year. Most events are free to attend unless otherwise posted. For a list of upcoming events visit the city website homepage or the online recreation guide.
If you have any questions or would like any further information about any of our events or how to host an event email us at events(at)langleycity.ca
Interested in hosting a community event, festival or fundraiser? The City of Langley is home to many beautiful parks and outdoor venues to host your upcoming outdoor event.
Follow these simple steps listed below if you would like to plan a Special Event in the City of Langley.
Step 1: Complete the Special Event Application
Step 2: You will be notified by the Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department if your event has been approved. At this time you may be required to provide additional information.
Step 3: You will be issued an event contract and permit.
What Events Must Follow This Process?
Throughout the year, the City of Langley is home to several special events requiring a great deal of planning, communication, and cooperation.
The City of Langley intends to be proactive in attracting new special events to our community, as well as working with the existing event organizers to further the success of their events. The management of special events on City of Langley property requires the coordinated efforts of City staff to ensure the event operates safely and adheres to applicable by-laws, policies, and procedures.
The primary characteristics of Special Events is that they: are open to the public, are a celebration or display of a specific theme, take place annually or less frequently, or have a definite opening and closing time. Some examples of special events that must follow this process are community festivals, walk-a-thons, car shows, fundraisers, and parades.
Weddings, birthday parties, anniversary parties and other functions not open to the public do not constitute a special event that needs to follow this process. Any event held on property that is not City of Langley property does not need to follow this process.