Langley Township

Insurance shock for Langley condo owners

Claim-free two-year-old townhouse complex told premium will nearly triple

 

Township firefighters donate blood and deliver meals during COVID-19 crisis

Safe to donate blood during pandemic, says Canadian Blood Services

 

Township of Langley urges residents to buy local

From farmers to mom and pop stores, Mayor Jack Froese commends Langley’s economy

 

Layoffs at Langley Township as COVID crisis takes jobs

Full time employees have not yet been affected by the crisis

Langley shows good grasp of social distancing

Only one major gathering has been brought to RCMP attention

Memorial bench for Langley teen who died in park

Carson Crimeni is remembered with an anti-bullying message

Why is this Langley pedestrian bridge purple?

Cole Harmony Bridge connects pedestrians to either side of 68th Avenue at 200th Street

MAP: Ongoing traffic impacts in Langley due to rainfall

About 30 sites around the Township were blocked or damaged

MAP: Scheduled lane closure to section of 200th Street in Langley

Traffic impact in effect until further notice

Langley Township closes daycares, spring break camps

Announces expansion of shutdown online

BREAKING: Langley Township shuts down rec centres

Spring break day camps and childcare services will continue

VIDEO: Langleys ramp up cleaning efforts at civic facilities

Facing a COVID-19 pandemic, the local municipalities communicate tips and efforts to the public

Electronic meetings considered for Langley Township council

The coronavirus has council considering how to meet without a large gathering

Restorations of Langley heritage homes honoured

Two Edwardian homes have been returned to their original condition

  • Mar 11, 2020

Langley Chamber cancels March meeting

Coronavirus concerns are affecting a number of local events

Langley Township close to joining ride-hailing license plan

The public will get a chance to comment before a final vote

‘Know-it-all’ laid tiles wrong during Blair Pool renovation

A worker who sued his former employer caused errors, according to his bosses

Township plans to capture value from SkyTrain land boom

With land prices expected to rise, the Township wants to put money into local amenities

Retail cannabis on track for approval in Langley Township

Up to eight stores could open if council gives final approval

Township council to debate cannabis store rules

More than a year after legalization, Langley Township could set rules