Parks and Amenities

Parks, facilities, and amenities

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Park Permit Applications

The Township adopted Public Spaces Regulation Bylaw 2018 No. 5298 on September 17, 2018. This bylaw regulates the use of parks to ensure the protection of the natural environment, trees, animals, and park users.

Organizers require a valid park permit when their use of public space will include 100 participants or more. Park permits are also required if users are participating in certain activities or bringing restricted items to a public space.

  • Setting up temporary or permanent shelters, buildings, or structures
  • Parachuting
  • Moving plants or vegetation
  • Conducting research
  • Holding an event outside of standard hours (standard hours are typically dawn to dusk)
  • Commercial activities (e.g. erecting advertising or signage, selling goods or services, including fitness groups and bootcamps)
  • Fireworks (in compliance with Fire Prevention Bylaw No. 5690)
  • Liquor (Hosting an event involving alcohol? Consider ordering a free Special Event Permit Kit, courtesy of ICBC, to remind your guests to get home safely)
  • Motorized toys
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles (e.g. drones)
  • Outside or composted organic waste

 View the Park Permit application form

Responsible Park Use

In addition to obtaining any required park permits, park users are reminded: 

  • The Township’s public spaces are 100 percent smoke-free. Smoking in all forms – whether it is of tobacco or cannabis products or e-cigarettes – is prohibited in all public spaces, except where designated, to keep the air clean and prevent smoking-related litter.
  • Dogs are not permitted on sports fields at any time. However, dogs are welcome in all Township of Langley parks providing they are on a leash. Designated dog off-leash areas can be found at Bertrand Creek Dog Park, the Walnut Grove Off-Leash ParkNoel Booth Community ParkOld Yale ParkRoutley Park, and Yorkson Community Park.
  • Owners are responsible for their dog’s actions, and dogs must be under control at all times. Owners must clean up after their dogs immediately and dispose of the waste in designated dog waste bins, such as those found at Walnut Grove Community Park and Noel Booth Park, or bagged and put in the garbage.

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