Langley Township

Plans to widen 208th Street get another look from Township council

Council voted to take another look at a plan to use development fees

Willowbrook trail has become haven for drug dealers, resident say

A resident says he witnessed a beating with a baseball bat

Year in Review: Tree bylaw sprouts in Langley Township

After literally years of debate, a tree protection bylaw was passed

Year in Review: No demolition but plenty of controversy over boarded-up Fort shops

Council debated knocking down all the structures, but demured

Owners of Aldergrove deck that collapsed during wedding deny negligence

The company that rented out the home says the guests, Township, and builders are at fault

Langley Township will debate adding a dozen RCMP officers

It’s unknown how many officers will be added, how quickly

Hells Angels barred from booking Langley rec centre after booze-fueled stripper parties

Bikers brought strippers to past events at George Preston Rec in violation of liquor licenses

Court challenge aims to remove mayor, councillors in Langley Township

A group of voters claim conflict of interests should see them removed from office

Langley RCMP ask for $2.4 million for 15 new officers

Township council is beginning its annual budget process

Brown water in Murrayville prompts changes in system

Local well water in the system will be reduced

Carbon budget closer to reality in Langley Township

The council will consider a range of measures early next year

Langley council calls for changes after developer donations controversy

The province should review rules around donations, council voted

Affordable housing for Langley seniors to open by early 2021

Emmaus Place is a partnership between a local church and goverment agencies

Rental project could have almost 500 units in North Langley

The complex got initial approvals from the Township council recently

Snow plow rodeo trains Langley drivers for winter weather

Drivers had to do everything from park a big truck to push a soccer ball

Tulip planting honours Langley’s war veterans

Thousands of tulips are being planted across the country to mark the Liberation of the Netherlands

  • Sep 20, 2019

Rain gardens a trash-filled hazard, says Langley resident

Locals asked Township council to remove the environmental features

Langley Township takes out $85 million in loans for land

The extensive spending requires public approval

Hero Thai cave diver lauded by Langley Township council

Erik Brown helped rescue 12 Thai boys from a flooded cave last year