Public Engagement Opportunities

To support collaboration and meaningful public engagement and participation contributing to the best possible quality of life for all citizens, the Township of Langley consolidates public engagement opportunities on this page. Read more in the Township’s Public Engagement Strategy and the Public Engagement Charter adopted by Council.

Public engagement is complex, may occur over several months or years, and may offer one or more engagement and participation activities (open houses, surveys, others). From those activities, information, outcomes, and recommendations are used by both staff and Council for information and/or decision-making. Decisions and/or outcomes resulting from engagement opportunities are placed on each engagement opportunity webpage to complete the engagement process.

We invite you to browse the menu options and the engagement list below for the different opportunities you can connect, engage, and participate in with the Township of Langley.

Active Engagement Opportunities

Dementia Friends EngagementAge- and Dementia-friendly Action Plan

Provide your feedback on the Township of Langley’s draft Age- and Dementia-friendly Action Plan with priorities and actions to help create a community where older adults, people living with dementia, and their caregivers experience connection and inclusion. This phase of engagement follows the Dementia Friends Virtual Forum, a community survey, stakeholder workshop, focus groups, interviews and other engagement opportunities on this strategy.

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Underway – Gathering Feedback

Housing Action Plan UpdatesHousing Action Plan Updates

The Township of Langley is updating its Housing Action Plan goals, priorities, and actions to help address housing and affordability needs in our community. You are invited to take a look at the draft plan and provide your feedback.

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Closed - Compiling Results

Public Engagement: 216 Street Corridor Study, Phase 2Public Engagement: 216 Street Corridor Study, Phase 2

The Township of Langley is conducting the second phase of 216 Street Corridor transportation study, further reviewing the Corridor from Telegraph Trail to 96 Avenue.

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Closed - Compiling Results

Booth, Fernridge and Rinn Neighbourhood PlansBooth, Fernridge and Rinn Neighbourhood Plans

Your feedback is needed as part of the neighbourhood planning process! Help shape distinctive new neighbourhoods in the Brookswood-Fernridge community by participating in neighbourhood planning for Booth, Fernridge and Rinn.

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Closed - Compiling Results

Community Forest Management StrategyCommunity Forest Management Strategy 

You are invited to participate in the visioning and planning for Langley’s Community Forest Management Strategy throughout 2021. Phase One of engagement for the Strategy is now complete. A summary of the feedback is now available at the link below. Dates and details of Phase 2 of the engagement will be provided soon.

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Closed - Compiling Results

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Archive

2021

Proposed Changes to Tree Protection Bylaw 2019 No. 5478Proposed Changes to Tree Protection Bylaw 2019 No. 5478

Township of Langley Council adopted changes to the Tree Protection Bylaw 2019, No. 5478 on July 26, 2021. The changes strive to balance needs for streamlined bylaw implementation, while maximizing tree protection and preservation.

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Completed

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure: Highway 1 – 264 Street to Whatcom Road Public EngagementMinistry of Transportation and Infrastructure: Highway 1 – 264 Street to Whatcom Road Public Engagement

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is seeking feedback regarding improvements along the Highway 1 corridor between the 264 Street Interchange and Whatcom Road Interchange.

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Completed

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure: Highway 1 Public EngagementMinistry of Transportation and Infrastructure: Highway 1 Public Engagement

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is planning to widen Highway 1 between 216 Street and 264 Street to improve safety and regional access and is looking for public input to inform the final project design.

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Completed

Fort Langley Community Park SurveyFort Langley Community Park Survey

We want to hear from you! The outdoor seasonal pool at the Fort Langley Community Park, originally constructed in 1962, has been closed to the public for health and safety reasons. Reopening the pool in its current configuration would require significant upgrades.

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Completed

Development Permit Second Public Notice and Feedback OpportunityDevelopment Permit Second Public Notice and Feedback Opportunity

Township of Langley Council will consider issuance of the development permit for this application at the Monday, March 22, 2021 Regular Council Meeting. Development Permit No. 101177 Project No. 08-34-0082.

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Completed

2021-2025 Financial Plan - Budget 20212021-2025 Financial Plan - Budget 2021

Township of Langley Council is in the process of deliberating the 2021 – 2025 Five-Year Financial Plan, with emphasis on the 2021 Operating and Capital Budget.

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Completed

Vote by Mail and Advance Voting InformationVote by Mail and Advance Voting Information

February 27, 2021 is General Voting Day, when Township of Langley voters will choose a new School Trustee, but that’s not the only day to cast a ballot in the upcoming School Trustee By-election.

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Completed

Seeking Nominees for Volunteer AwardsSeeking Nominees for Volunteer Awards

Do you know an individual, youth, or a couple who improves life for others and makes a difference in the community? If so, the Township of Langley would like to know about them. Nominations are due Monday, March 1, 2021.

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Completed

2020

McClughan Park Virtual Open House

Over the next couple of years, the Township of Langley is planning improvements to a section of McClughan Park in partnership with Dorothy Peacock Elementary and Gordon Greenwood Elementary Schools. We would like your feedback to ensure the proposed improvements meet the needs of the community and consider issues important to users of McClughan Park.

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Completed

Residents Encouraged to Have Their Say About Climate Action

More than 140 actions that will help the Township of Langley adapt to climate change and mitigate its harmful impact on the environment, people, and infrastructure have been proposed through a draft Climate Action Strategy (CAS). As part of the Strategy development, a survey has been launched to gather public feedback on the CAS’s proposed targets, actions, and projected investment required by taxpayers.

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Completed

Notice of Alternative Approval Process

The Township of Langley is seeking elector approval for the borrowing of funds to undertake a LED Street Light Program: Multiple Locations project. If you are opposed to the borrowing you may confirm your opposition in this alternative approval process.

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Completed

Discovery Town Park Playground Upgrade - Virtual Open House

The Township of Langley’s Public Spaces – Parks Design and Development Department invites the public to view a virtual open house for input on the future Discovery Town Park Playground Upgrade, located at 88 Avenue and 206 Street.

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Completed

Alder Inn Public Input Requested

The Township of Langley Council requests public input on the Alder Inn motion discussed at the June 15, 2020 Regular Council meeting.

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Completed

Take the 216 Street Corridor Study Survey

The Township of Langley is conducting a transportation study of the 216 Street Corridor from Telegraph Trail to 96 Avenue.

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Completed

Denny Ross Memorial Park

The Township of Langley requests public feedback on the parking options at Denny Ross Memorial Park.

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Completed

2020-2024 Financial Plan - Budget 2020

Township of Langley Council is in the process of deliberating the 2020 – 2024 Five-Year Financial Plan, with emphasis on the 2020 Operating and Capital Budget.

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Completed