Winter Weather - Update January 6

Snow and Ice Control on Roadways

Freezing rain is currently occurring in many areas of the Lower Mainland.  When possible, please stay off the road.

Township of Langley crews work to maintain more than 500 kilometres of roadways during snow and ice events.  For more information about priority routes, visit our snow and ice control page.

Thank you for your patience as crews continue to work around the clock to ensure our roads are safe.

Snow Removal

Township of Langley residents and businesses are reminded that they are responsible for keeping their sidewalks clear, for everyone’s safety. Under the Township’s Highway and Traffic Bylaw, snow in residential areas must be removed from sidewalks and walkways within 24 hours of the first accumulation of snow.  In commercial and industrial areas, snow must be removed from sidewalks and walkways by 10:00am.

Garbage, Organics, and Recycling Collection

Curbside collection may be impacted by winter conditions.  For tips and information, visit Curbside Collection in Winter Conditions.

Update: January 5.  Snow may impact collection in some areas on January 5 and 6. 

  • Where possible, please create a path from the cart to the road.
  • Some Green Carts may be frozen, resulting in difficulty emptying carts.
  • Collection may be behind normal times due to to road and weather conditions.

Visit the Sierra Waste blog for specific location updates.

Keep Off the Ice

While frozen lakes, ponds and creeks may look enticing for a game of outdoor hockey, residents and visitors are reminded that the top layer of ice is most likely not strong enough to support use.  Please stay off all outdoor frozen bodies of water in Township of Langley parks and open spaces.


All Fraser Valley Regional Libraries have been closed for Thursday January 6, 2022 due to the heavy snowfall.