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7:00am - 5:00pm
The 200 Street Sanitary Sewer Project begins the week of September 27 and is anticipated to be completed in December 2021.
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7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
208 Street from Fraser Highway to 52A Avenue
The City has partnered with Translink to expand and convert existing sidewalks into multi-use pathways for cyclists and pedestrians and add street trees on 208 Street between Fraser Highway and 52 A Avenue. The 208 Street Cycling…
For City of Langley Regular Council meeting of September 13, 2021. Please note these are not the official minutes. Council Meeting Highlights are an informal summary.
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8:00pm - 6:00am
200 Street between the CP Rail tracks and 62 Avenue
The City awarded Lafarge to mill and repave 200 Street between the CP Rail tracks and 62 Avenue. Work is scheduled to occur between the hours of 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM each evening with single-lane traffic in each direction. Lafarge…
Langley City’s Art and Culture Task Group with the support of Langley City Council welcomed amateur to professional artists to submit works of art for consideration. After reviewing a myriad of submissions, the Art and Culture…
Timms Community Centre has partnered again with BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) and the University of British Columbia’s Active Aging Research Team to offer free fitness programs to Langley (65+) seniors interested in…
For City of Langley Special Council meeting of August 16, 2021. Please note these are not the official minutes. Council Meeting Highlights are an informal summary.
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Environment Canada has issued another heat warning for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. Extreme heat events involve high temperatures and sometimes high humidity. Heat illnesses are preventable, and residents are advised to…
The Metro Vancouver region has been experiencing hot and dry weather since mid-June, including a record-breaking heat dome. Data shows that water use spiked to 1.8 Billion Litres per Day (BL/D) during the heat dome, but the…
Weather has a significant impact on wildfires –how they start and how they spread. With very little rainfall, coupled with extremely hot temperatures, the southern coastal area of British Columbia has been categorized as an…