City of Langley, August 21st , 2015 - As a best practice for Watershed Stewardship and under the Metro Vancouver Integrated Liquid Waste and Resource Management Plan, the City of Langley, in joint study with the Township of Langley, will be completing an Integrated Stormwater Management Plan for the Nicomekl River watershed (upstream of 196 street).
The City of Langley is excited to announce the Grand Reopening of the newly redesigned Penzer Bike Skills Park featuring the “Bike Jam with the Pros” event with Mountain Bike Freeride Pros Mitch Chubey, Reece Wallace, Ryan “R-Dog” Howard and Anthony Messere, and other riders to be announced.
This is a Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from the City of Langley seeking a professional artist or artist team for 3 pieces of artwork for the new Timms Community Centre.
The City of Langley is excited to announce the 2015 Street of the Year winner – Sarah Atherton and her neighbours who reside on 50 A Avenue from 205 A Street to 51 A Avenue.
Residents of the City of Langley will benefit from upgrades to the 203rd Street Corridor thanks to joint funding from the governments of Canada and BC through the Small Communities Fund.
Effective immediately, Metro Vancouver has implemented the third stage of a comprehensive four-stage plan necessary to prevent any potential water shortages in the future.