Facility and Park Status

The Township is following the four-phased 'BC’s Restart Plan' announced by the Provincial Government on moving BC through the COVID-19 pandemic. Some park facilities and amenities are now open, while others remain closed as physical distancing is not possible, or the use of shared equipment is required. As we advance through the phases of BC’s Restart Plan we will review and update this information. Park facilities listed under the Closed heading are not available for public use. The health and safety of all community members and employees are our top priorities. Read the most recent Community Update on the Township of Langley’s COVID-19 Response and Restart.
Read mask usage and proof of vaccination requirements at Township facilities here.

Civic, Recreation, and Culture Facilities  |  Open Park Facilities  |  Closed Park Facilities

Civic, Recreation, and Culture Facilities

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.

We will do our best to provide clear information, as available, so check back regularly for updates. Please understand that calling or emailing Parks and Recreation will not result in additional information.

Civic Facility

The Civic Facility has reopened to the public as of Tuesday September 7.

  • Hours of operation for public access are from 8:30am to 4:30pm (Monday to Friday).
  • Deliveries can be made from 8:30am to 4:30pm (Monday to Friday).
  • The building will remain open later on evenings that coincide with Council meetings.
  • Township staff will continue to conduct business by email and telephone.
  • Online Services are also available for your convenience.

Recreation and Culture Facilities and Programs

  • Some Township recreation centre amenities are reopening, while others remain closed. Read these details and important registration and attendance information on the amenities that are presently open.
  • The Langley Centennial Museum is open for tours. For specific information, visit the Langley Centennial Museum website
  • The Township of Langley is offering licensed preschool this fall for 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds at Walnut Grove Community Centre and W.C. Blair Recreation Centre. Learn more here.
  • The Township of Langley is offering the Active Beyond the Bell after school program at select elementary schools. Learn more here.
  • Facility room rentals are available at some Township facilities. Learn more here.
  • Childcare services are suspended at all Township community recreation and culture centres.
  • Registration for some programs, events, and activities is suspended until further notice.
  • The Township continues to evaluate the feasibility of expanding recreation centre offerings following Public Health orders and guidance.

Fraser Valley Regional Library

  • Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL) has resumed physical service through a phased approach, including FVRL Express – Click, Pick, Go. Read more details here.


Park Facilities

  • Where park facilities are open, visitors are reminded to follow all rules of use on posted signage, maintain physical distancing of at least 2 metres, and stay home if feeling unwell.


  • Baseball diamonds
  • Basketball courts
  • Bocce courts
  • BMX/mountain bike tracks
  • Climbing walls
  • Disc golf courses
  • Dog parks 
  • Drinking fountains
  • Fieldhouses
  • Fort Langley Canoe/Paddling Centre - open for organizations and clubs, but closed to the general public
  • Marina Park boat launch
  • McLeod Athletic Park Facility (track, grandstand, and field)
  • Parks and trails
  • Parking lots
  • Pickleball courts -- all courts are open except Willoughby Community Park
  • Picnic shelters 
  • Playgrounds
  • Sand Volleyball courts
  • Skateboard parks
  • Sports fields
  • Sports boxes / lacrosse boxes:
  • Spray parks - all spray parks are now open for the season.
  • Tennis courts
  • Washrooms


These facilities remain closed:

  • Willoughby Community Park Pickleball Court


Back to COVID19 main page.