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The City of Langley took immediate action to slow the spread of the virus by closing popular City facilities and amenities over concerns that users were not following the recommendations of B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer (PHO)…
The City of Langley has launched “Recreation at Home” digital recreation hub, which provides a variety of recreational activities, resources and links to keep residents and their families active and entertained at home, while…
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One Community Member at Large Needed - Environmental Task Group
For City of Langley Regular Council meeting of April 27, 2020. Please note these are not the official minutes. Council Meeting Highlights are an informal summary.
Langley City Council has heard from our community and recognizes the current economic challenges for our residents, property and business owners due to the rapidly changing environment of the global COVID-19 pandemic. In response…
Langley City has contracted Neptune Technology Group to read, service and replace water meter equipment within the City.  Neptune staff will be accessing residential properties to read and service water meters. Water meters…
For City of Langley Regular Council meeting of April 6, 2020. Please note these are not the official minutes. Council Meeting Highlights are an informal summary.
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Preparations are well underway for the 26th annual Community Day celebration on Saturday, June 20, with many sponsors, entertainers, community booths, activity providers, food vendors, and beverage purveyors already locked in.…
The City closed all public playgrounds on March 20 and is now taking further measures to prevent the spread of the virus and minimize the exposure of COVID-19. The City of Langley will be closing more park amenities by 4:30 pm (…
We are committed to putting people first.  The health and safety of our employees, service providers, customers and communities is our highest priority. Help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect waste collection staff: