Check out the 2017 Financial Plan for budget information and a complete list of the City's Capital Improvement Program.
For more information on ongoing construction projects in the City, please contact the City Engineering Services department at 604-514-2997 or email email@example.com.
Through a number of public open houses and stakeholder engagement with different sports groups, the City developed a Penzer Park Master plan (along with the neighbouring Buckley Park). The Master Plan includes visions for a multi-sport youth plaza, a themed playground, seating and picnicking areas, landscaping and a multi-use pathway that connects east-west from 200 Street through Penzer Park to Buckley Park to trails in the City of Surrey. Construction underway to revitalize Penzer Park. To complement the existing bike skills park, the City is constructing a multi-sport court, concrete pump track, playground, fitness and parkour circuit will provide play oppurtunities for all ages. Construction will be complete by June 2017. An exciting grand openning event is being planned for June, so the City website for updates.
The City recieved funding for this park under the Western Canada Economic Diversification Funds Canada 150 Infrastructure Program to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.
For more information on this project contact Geoff Mallory, Manager of Parks Operations at 604-514-2912 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richco Contracting Ltd. has started construction on the 56 Aveenue Road and Utility Project for the City of Langley.
Constuction will take place on 56 Ave from Glover Road to Langley Bypass between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Friday, through Sept. 30, 2017. Traffic delays and sidewalk detours are to be expected. While we will attempt to keep disruptions to a minimum, we ask for your patience. The Project will provide significant benefits to the businesses and residents along the 56 Avenue corridor, such as:
- Improved water and sewer service by replacing aging mains;
- Removal and reconstruction of curb, gutter and sidewalks;
- Improved pedestrian and cycling facilities;
- Intersection improvements;
- Improved drainage features;
- Improved lighting features; and,
- Landscape features.
Renderings linked here show what the project is intended to look like once the works are complete:
This project recieved Provincial and Federal funding under the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund. The approximate value of the overall project is $4.0 million.
Please contact Doug Hyde, Project Manager with any questions or concerns at (604) 514-2835 or by email at email@example.com.
The City of Langley and the Township of Langley are undertaking stormwater drainage improvements to 210 St and Newlands Drive. The improvements will divert the storm from culverts that run through backyards along 210 Street and Newlands Drive and reduce the risk of flooding on private properties.
City crew will be completing the installation of a storm sewer main and will also be completing watermain upgrades which include replacement of the existing watermain and connection to 47 Avenue through the walkway and Iris Mooney Park. The watermain upgrades will improve water quality and pressure in the area and reduce the risk of watermain breaks or leaks.
The utility work is scheduled to start at the end February and will take approximately 6-8 weeks. During this time the road pavement may be uneven but will be patched daily. Full road surface restoration will occur after all the utility works are completed, in the summer of 2017.
Owners of properties who live along Newlands Drive and 210 Street who do not currently have storm sewer service connections will be provided a connection at this time. It will be the residents’ choice about whether to make modifications to his property and connect surface drainage or house perimeter drains to the new storm sewer connection. The City is providing the service to the property line to help mitigate potential flooding concerns in this area, however it is up to each individual property owner if they choose to utilize the connection at this time.
Thank you for your consideration. If you have any questions, please contact Kyle Ford at 604-514-2827 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City’s contractor Lafarge Canada Inc. will be starting construction of the 48 Avenue Road Improvement Project on Monday April 3, 2017. The project involves widening 48 Avenue on the north side from 200 Street to 203 Street to allow for bike lanes, new sidewalk from 200 Street to 201 Street, and rebuilding the road with new gravels and asphalt. The project is expected to be completed within two months subject to weather delays.
There will be traffic delays due to the construction activity and sections of single lane traffic will be required with detours. Residents of 48 Avenue from 200 Street to 201 Street are advised that street parking will be temporarily unavailable starting April 3. Please park in driveway or on side streets if necessary. Temporary parking restrictions will be required for other sections of the work as the contractor progresses toward 203 Street.
The Pleasantdale Creek culvert just west of 202 Street will be replaced in July/August (timing due to fishery requirements). This will require the road to be closed at that location for 3-4 weeks. Another notice will be issued with further details of detour on that project prior to work beginning.
Thank you for your patience with these final phases of the road and utility improvement project.
This project is funded in part by BikeBC.
If you have any questions, please contact Kyle Ford at 604-514-2827 or email@example.com
Road improvements are being constructed on 203 St. from Grade Crescent to Michaud Crescent, Monday to Friday, from 7am to 7pm. Local access will remain open to traffic and residents should drive with caution and obey traffic control personnel. Motorists are advised that the City of Langley will be closing 203 St. to through traffic at the Nicomekl River Bridge to provide for the widening and repair of the bridge. The road closure will be in effect from August 2016 to mid-April, 2017. Motorists are advised to use alternate routes for the duration of this road closure. Coast Mountain Bus will be rerouting affected bus routes and transit riders should checkhttp://www.translink.ca/en/Schedules-and-Maps/Alerts.aspx for temporary bus stop locations.During construction the trail under the 203 Street Nicomekl Bridge will be closed - signage has been placed to direct trail users to alternative routes.
Pile driving to seismically upgrade the existing bridge will last 4-6 weeks after commencing the bridge works.
The project will provide the residents and the community with significant benefits, such as:
- Traffic calming and increased safety;
- Improved pedestrian and cycling facility into the City’s downtown core;
- Improved energy efficient street lighting;
- Replacement of a traffic signal with a traffic roundabout at 53 Avenue.
- Seismic upgrade and rehabilitation of 203 St bridge - extending bridges lifespan and reducing maintenance costs.
We thank you for your patience during construction.
The City has received partial funding for this project through the New Building Canada - Small Communities Fund and Bike BC. It is anticipated that the $5.6 million project will be complete by no later than Fall 2017.
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Local residents and business owners are advised that the City will be proceeding with rehabilitation works on a number of local City streets.
The work is being undertaken by the City’s contractor, Lafarge Canada Inc. and will include some sidewalk restoration, asphalt removal (grinding) and repaving of the selected streets.
Hours of Work/Notifications:
Construction activity will be restricted to the hours of 7AM to 7PM (Monday to Friday), and 7AM to 5PM (Saturday).
The Contractor will provide a minimum of 24 hours advance notice of any required service or traffic interruptions that will affect area residents, businesses, and utility owners.
Access During Construction:
The contractor will be required to keep streets open to thru traffic during normal business hours, although some redirection of traffic may be necessary from time to time. Traffic control personnel will be present to direct vehicles and pedestrians safely. Temporary parking restrictions may also be required to facilitate the proposed works.
Staff will be actively monitoring the planned works to minimize disruption wherever possible. Should you require more information on this matter, kindly contact our Engineering Department at (604) 514-2997.
Metro Vancouver (MV) is upgrading a key component of the regional sanitary sewer system within the City of Langley. Known as the Carvolth Trunk Sewer No. 2 Project, the work involves the construction of a new sewer pipe along the right-of-way from Fraser Highway to 57A Avenue, along a portion of 57A, along 200 Street from 57A to Michaud Crescent, then along the BC Hydro right-of-way to 53 Avenue. The project is part of MV's phased improvement strategy to ensure the long-term capacity and performance of the regional sanitary sewer conveyance system in the Langley area.
For more information please visit the Metro Vancouver website.
Download the Carvolth Trunk Sewer No. 2 Fact Sheet
The City of Langley and the Township of Langley are developing a long-term plan for protecting and improving watershed health in the upper Nicomekl River Watershed (east of 196th Street).