The City of Langley is updating its Development Cost Charges (DCC) Bylaw. DCCs are fees collected from developers to help fund the cost of growth-related infrastructure and parks.
Under Section 559 of the Local Government Act, a municipality can establish DCCs, which are charges levied on new development to help pay for transportation, drainage, water, and sanitary infrastructure, as well as parkland acquisition and development.
The City has collected DCCs on development since 2002. DCCs are collected on all development that imposes a new capital cost burden on the municipality.
DCCs are collected at time of subdivision or building permit.
The City of Langley hosted a virtual information session on Thursday, August 10, 2023, for the development community on the proposed updates to the Development Cost Charge (DCC) rates. This session included a presentation on the proposed program followed by a question and answer period. The presentation and Frequently Asked Questions are provided below.
Written comments about the proposed update to the Development Cost Charge (DCC) rates will be received until August 31, 2023. Please send your comments to email@example.com.