Township of Langley Phased Re-opening Planning

The Township is working to carefully implement changes in our region, stemming from the four phases announced by the Provincial Government and outlined in their BC’s Restart Plan.

After government and health authorities enacted sweeping orders and guidelines to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus over the past few months, the way we live, work, learn, play, and socialize has changed dramatically. However, we are entering a new stage in the COVID-19 pandemic where communities across Canada begin to slowly implement a phased re-opening of services, businesses, and infrastructure based on guidance from governments and health authorities.

The Township of Langley initially began its pandemic response after the first local cases were reported to ensure essential services, utilities, police, and fire were maintained, and to prepare for government and health authority directions on minimizing the spread of the virus. Over 100 days later, direction and actions will begin to slowly change as outlined by Premier Horgan’s announcement.

We ask for your patience and understanding as we work to carefully implement changes here in the Township, stemming from the four phases announced by the Provincial Government and outlined in their BC’s Restart Plan.

While re-opening the community is important for many reasons, we must do it in a manner that balances the safety of people with the need to stimulate the economy.  Again, the health and safety of all community members is our top priority.

For Township-specific updates on COVID-19 we encourage everyone to regularly visit our website at tol.ca/COVID19, connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and subscribe to our eNewsletters.