Steve Ferguson

Councillor Steve Ferguson Elected to office in 2018, Councillor Steve Ferguson has served eight terms as a Township of Langley Councillor since first being elected in 1988.

A Langley resident for 40 years, he and his wife have raised three children in the Township, where he participates in numerous recreational activities and volunteers extensively. Steve is committed to supporting seniors, protecting our agricultural land base and food crops, and developing parks, recreation, and cultural opportunities.

Current Community Service

Steve serves the community as:

  • Director, Metro Vancouver Indigenous Relations Committee
  • Appointee to Provincial Treaty Table
  • Director, Metro Vancouver Liquid Waste Committee
  • Member, Rotary Club of Langley Central
  • Member, Salvation Army Gateway of Hope Community Council
  • Member, Seniors Advisory Committee
  • Alternate Member, School District #35 Liaison Committee
  • Volunteer, Township of Langley Adopt-a-Street Program

Past Community Service

Steve served the community as:

  • Director, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors
  • Director, Fraser Valley Rugby Union
  • Alternate Director, Metro Vancouver Board
  • Vice-chair, Langley Seniors Centre
  • Member, Rotary Club of Langley Central
  • Member, Aldergrove Legion
  • Board Member, Gateway of Hope
  • Chair, Friends of the Environment
  • Chair, Langley Senior Resource Society
  • Board Member, Otter Co-op
  • Member, Canadian Museum of Flight
  • Member, Willoughby Hall Association
  • Coach, Langley Minor Hockey Association
  • Coach, Langley Baseball Association
  • Coach, Langley United Soccer Association (Boys)
  • Coach, Brookswood Secondary School Rugby
  • Coach, Valley Ball Hockey Association
  • Volunteer, Flip City Gymnastics
  • Volunteer, Langley United Soccer Association (Girls)
  • Volunteer, Boy Scouts of Canada
  • Volunteer, BC Lions Alumni Association
  • Volunteer, Vancouver Canucks Alumni Association

Professional Career

As a result of Steve’s career as a special education teacher, school counsellor and small business owner, he brings to the table a passion for community and building a better quality of life for the residents. Steve has always been an active member of the community, for many years he has held a yearly pass at our Recreation Facilities. He is an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys camping and has keen interest in collector cars and motorcycles.