This COVID-19 website is your best source for updates, service interruptions, and other useful information, but you may also wish to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and subscribe to our eNewsletters. People may also call the Township COVID-19 Information Line at 604-532-7599 for recorded updates.

Site last updated: May 10, 2021 at 8:30am

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The government’s vaccination plan is being implemented and should be completed over the coming months. Public Health is leading this program and will provide updates to the public accordingly. For more information on the provincial vaccination effort, please visit the Government of BC webpage and the BCCDC website.

All decisions with respect to pandemic response and restart activities are considered in the context of health and safety. As changes are announced, we are committed to understanding how they affect Township specific services and implementing necessary amendments to facility rules and associated messaging in a timely manner.

Mask usage at Township facilities (indoor facilities, outdoor playing surfaces and immediately adjacent areas) is required for those twelve years of age and older. While masks are not required for those younger than twelve years of age, the Township strongly recommends mask usage for all facility users as an important measure to keep our community safe. There are Mask usage exemptions at Township facilities for:
  • People with health conditions or with physical, cognitive or mental impairments who cannot wear one;
  • People who cannot put on or remove a mask on their own; or
  • Any other exemption identified by the Emergency Program Act (EPA) mask mandate.

In the context of sport activities, please refer to the approved sport-specific safety plan for guidance on mask usage.

Civic, Recreation, Culture, and Park Facilities

  • The Township of Langley has mask requirements for facilitiy visitors. For more information on mask requirements, please review the mask usage section on this page.
  • Township of Langley COVID-19 Safety Plan. The purpose of the Safety Plan is to provide information to staff, contractors, and members of the public about the COVID-19 virus and the key steps required to prevent the spread of the virus. The Township of Langley is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all our employees. 
  • Township of Langley Main Civic Facility reopening plan.
  • Langley Centennial Museum reopening plan and safety plan.
  • George Preston Recreation Centre reopening report.
  • Otter Co-op Outdoor Experience at Aldergrove Credit Union Community Centre reopening report.
  • W.C. Blair Recreation Centre reopening plan.
  • Walnut Grove Community Centre reopening plan.
  • Township of Langley Election Sites COVID-19 reopening report.

Read the Community Update on the Township of Langley’s Ongoing COVID-19 Response including: essential service provision, our planning process to keep employees and community members safe, supporting local businesses, how we safely reopen, what has reopened, and the next steps.

The Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General is utilizing powers under the Emergency Program Act to keep British Columbians safe and support the Province’s ongoing response to COVID-19.

  • To report concerns around mass gathering order violations from event organizers, venues or individuals, contact or 604-532-7551 Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm, excluding statutory holidays, or, after hours contact the RCMP Non-Emergency Line at 604-532-3200.
  • For quarantine complaints, contact the RCMP Non-Emergency Line at 604-532-3200 or
  • If you have questions related to current public health orders, or concerns related to personal service or food establishments, contact Fraser Health at 604-514-6121 or
  • Workers who have concerns regarding social distancing at their workplace should address them directly with their employer.  For information, contact Work Safe BC at 1-888-621-7233 or visit the WorkSafe BC website.
  • Report price gouging or the reselling of essential goods and supplies to Consumer Protection BC.
  • Contact or 604-532-7551 to report concerns related to other businesses within the Township of Langley.
  • For other concerns not covered by the above processes, contact us at
  • Council Meetings: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and Public Health Orders the Township of Langley Council has moved to electronic Council meetings. Regular Council meetings and Public Hearings are being held with Council members participating virtually. View the council calendar for upcoming Council meeting dates.
  • Council meetings are available for public viewing online only at this time due to Public Health Order restrictions. Visit
  • Regular meetings for the Purpose of a Public Hearing: Written submissions are encouraged as attendance is not permitted at this time. Further information regarding registering to speak via Zoom may be viewed here.

View the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on Township services, service delivery, recreation facilities, and other topics. 

Staying Connected with the Township

If citizens are feeling sick, health authorities suggest staying at home. For Township updates and convenient access to Township services, citizens can: