Recreation Programs

The City of Langley Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department is committed to ensuring all residents have access to quality recreational programs, beautiful parks and an abundance of open spaces and play areas.

We strongly believe that an active lifestyle will benefit individuals, families and especially our community and so, urge everyone to participate in community recreation. Whether you enjoy sports, dance, art, music or are looking to volunteer, there is a program suited just for you!

Free copies of our Recreation Guide are delivered to Langley residents and will be available at:

  • Douglas Recreation Centre (DRC)
  • Timms Community Centre (TCC)
  • Langley City Hall & Library

Our Recreation Guide publication is also available online using a special viewer that does not require downloading a large document.

Try RecConnect - Our Online Recreation Registration System!

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PRAC CARDS: Parks and Recreation Access Cards

In order to access the Games Room at Timms and equipment at DRC and AAMP, all you need is a Parks and Recreation Access Card (PRAC). These cards, available at the front counter, cost $2.00 each and are valid for one year. Cards must be presented in order to take out equipment.

Child Fitness Tax Credit

The Federal Government created the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit to cover eligible fees up to $500 for enrolment in a physical activity program as a means of helping children and youth maintain an active, healthy lifestyle.

The credit applies to supervised programs that have a significant physical-activity component, where participation improves cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and balance. The programs must run for a minimum of eight weeks with at least one session per week or five consecutive days in the case of children's camps.

Qualifying physical activity programs should encourage children to strive towards at least 30 minutes of sustained moderate to vigorous physical activity per session for children under 10 or 60 minutes of sustained moderate to vigorous physical activity for children 10 and over.

For further information have a look at Frequently Asked Qurestions or check out nthe Canadian Government web site at

Leisure Access Grants

The purpose of the leisure access grant program is to provide recreational opportunities to citizens who may otherwise not be able to participate because of cost. For additional information download our program information brochure and leisure access grant application


Other Resources

KidSport Langley:  launched in the fall of 2010, KidSport Langley has already helped over 140 kids take part in organized sport.  KidSport Langley provides funding (up to $200) for local children aged 5 to 18 years to participate in a sport season of their choice.  Children must be residents of the City of Langley or the Township of Langley and in need of financial assistance in order to participate.  The application process is simple and very confidential.  To find out more click here:  KidSport Langley... So ALL Kids can play

Canadian Tire Jumpstart:  dedicated to removing barriers, so children can participate in organized sport and recreation, this program will provide children in the City of Langley in need with the financial assistance needed in order to participate in a wide range of sport and recreational activities. For more information phone: 604-514-2867 or
rec email

Kids Bowl Free Program:  Select Bowling Centres around the country are participating in the first ever Kids Bowl Free program.  This program is designed by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure and fun way for kids to spend time this summer.  Children bay register for 2 free games a day, all summer long, courtesy of the participating bowling centers... our very own Willowbrook Lanes is one of them!  Click here for more information....Kids Bowl Free

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