Fort Langley Community Projects

Known as the Birthplace of BC, the village of Fort Langley is a great place to live and a thriving tourist destination for those who enjoy creative expression, learning about the past, and exploring the outdoors. Those attributes will be further enhanced as the Township of Langley proposes to transform Fort Langley into a hub that celebrates history, heritage, the arts, Indigenous culture, and recreation.

Two new museums, a library, conference centre, artist work-live spaces, an Aboriginal-themed lodge, new homes and shops, and parks, trail and shoreline improvements with community amenity in a restored Haldi House are proposed for Fort Langley, to be developed in partnership with the Kwantlen First Nation and the hoped for support from the provincial and federal governments. Read the full press release.

Latest News

February 26, 2021

The BC Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport has announced that the Township of Langley will receive a Community Economic Recovery Infrastructure Grant for Salishan Place by the River. The grant will be used to fund third floor convention amenities for the new museum and cultural centre. View the third floor plans.

This facility is being developed in Fort Langley, in partnership with Kwantlen First Nation, and in collaboration with Katzie, Matsqui, and Semiahmoo First Nations, on whose traditional territories the Township was established, the Waceya Métis Society, and the Lower Fraser Valley Aboriginal Society. Read the full news release.

September 5, 2019

The Township of Langley is very pleased to receive $3 million from the Government of Canada in support of a new 36,000-square-foot cultural centre and museum complex in Fort Langley. View the floor plans.

The new complex will include an Indigenous museum with Kwantlen First Nation involvement. Read the full news release. 

May 8, 2018

During the Township's call for input and public feedback, several individuals commented that the facades of the proposed housing/retail units along Mavis Avenue and King Street had too much brick, and that the designs presented were not reflective of the clapboard and wooden buildings that defined the early Fort Langley.

A few asked that the Township consider alternate building materials that would better reflect the community's true architectural heritage.

The architects have redesigned the proposed townhouses along King Street and the mixed commercial/housing on the corner of Mavis and King with public comments in mind. View the updated facades.

February 19, 2018

Thank you to each person who completed the Feedback Survey. Responses are being reviewed and compiled by staff to be included in a report to Council in the coming weeks.

If you were not able to complete the survey before the deadline of February 16, it’s not too late to be heard! Any further thoughts, feedback, questions, concerns, or support can be sent to flp@tol.ca for our consideration.

February 9, 2017

Thank you to everyone who attended the Open House on February 8. We appreciate your engagement and participation in forming the future of your community.

For those who were not able to attend, we invite you to review the Information Boards displayed at the Open House.

Two illustrative videos are also available to view, showing a conceptual rendering of the Riverfront Concepts, including the Jacob Haldi House restoration and relocation, and new public spaces from two different perspectives:

What happens next?

Over the coming weeks, Arts, Culture and Community Initiatives staff will review the completed Feedback Surveys and notes from the Open House and present the results to Council. Questions frequently asked by members of the community will be answered in a new FAQ section on this web page, with new questions added as the projects move in their respective directions.

To receive updates and ensure you don’t miss any latest news on the Fort Langley Projects, sign up for a Township account at tol.ca/signin if you have not already and check ‘Fort Langley Projects’ in the My Notifications tab.

If you have any remaining questions, or would like more information on a specific area of a project, please contact Arts, Culture and Community Initiatives staff directly at flp@tol.ca.


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