Water Emergency Plan

The Township of Langley endeavors to provide potable water at sufficient quantities and pressures to ensure distribution of drinking water and effective firefighting. The Township maintains a Water Emergency Plan to ensure both regulatory compliance and major emergency response preparedness in the event of a significant incident.

The principal purposes of this plan are to:

  • Protect public health in the operation of the Water Utility
  • Provide for the health and safety of all municipal staff and first responders in the event of a major emergency or disaster impacting the Municipal Water Utility
  • Minimize disruption of utility service when the Water Utility is faced with emergency or disaster circumstances

Read the Water Emergency Plan.

Emergencies can strike anytime. Prepare yourself and your family by taking just a few simple steps:

Learn more about emergency management in the Township through the Langley Emergency Program.

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