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Updated: Culvert will be replaced at the outlet from Brydon Lagoon to the Nicomekl River will begin Wednesday August 24th.
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Effective Monday August 8th, 2016, the City’s contractor will be removing brick and paving the Langley Transit Exchange.
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11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Grade Crescent between 200 Street and 202 A Street
Emergency Water Shut-Off at Grade Crescent between 200 Street and 202A Street. Water will be off for 4 hours approximately for emergency repairs (water will be off until approximately 3:00 pm). Approximately 30 homes are affected…
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August 15th to 25th the City’s contractor will be stabilizing a portion of the Nicomekl Riverbank near 204 Street.
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All Day
North End of Sendall Gardens (Grade Crescent Entrance)
From Monday, July 25th to Wednesday, July 27th, the Grade Crescent walkway entrance to Sendall Gardens will be closed for hazardous tree removal. Grade Crescent traffic will not be affected and the Sendall Garden main park…
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The Township and the City of Langley (City) recognize the importance of clean water, productive fish habitat, and healthy natural areas for the environment and the community. They commissioned Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd. to…
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TransLink is proposing a number of bus service changes for the South of Fraser subregion in 2016. To review the proposed changes and take the survey, use the link below to access TransLink’s consultation webpage.
The City of Langley wishes to commission two pieces of artwork to be used as the template for the Spring and Fall banner program in the downtown area. The Call closes on October 30th, 3:30 p.m. local time.
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The City of Langley will temporarily close a section of Grade Crescent to the immediate west of HD Stafford Middle School. The City anticipates the full closure of Grade Crescent will begin on September 14, 2015, with an…
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The City of Langley requests public feedback on the traffic calming design concepts for 53 Avenue fronting Nicomekl Elementary School.