Protective Services (Fire and RCMP)


Fire Chief, Stephen Gamble

Committed to protecting life, property, and the environment, the Township’s Fire Department is made up of 81 career members, 100 paid-call crews, and 16 administrative staff who respond to fires, vehicle crashes, and other emergency situations. The division coordinates emergency planning, prevents fires through education and planning, conducts fire investigations, and trains staff, the public, and other agencies. There are seven fire halls in the Township of Langley.

Contact Information: 604-532-7500 or


Superintendent, Murray Power

These are the people we count on to keep our community safe. The Langley RCMP creates a safer community through enforcement, education, and awareness. From investigating serious offences to working with residents and businesses to reduce crime, the police department targets hot spots, responds to public safety issues, and provides programs to solve problems.

Victims of crime and traumatic events are provided support through the RCMP, and staff members interact with the public, regional police organizations, and the media. General duty members follow up on over 150 calls per day, while the traffic section helps reduce collisions through education, enforcement, and road engineering.

Contact Information: 604-532-3200 or