City of Langley Solutions Tracker

During the February 2016 By-Election, I promised to work on solutions to increase safety, improve health, and create prosperity for people and businesses that call Langley City home.

Over the course of my term on Council, I will track the progress towards, and in some cases, what is blocking progress towards implementing these solutions.


Implement 203rd Street Greenway

Progress: As of February 2017, construction in-progress along 203rd Street between Grade Crescent and Michaud Crescent.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Improving lighting in our parks and around Downtown

Progress: As of February 2017, budget approved to replace 1/5th of street lights within City with LED street lights, continue downtown lighting replacement program, and improve lighting in Douglas Park.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Removing garbage, needles, and graffiti; repair damage on streets and in parks

Progress: As of February 2017, council adopted Community Crime Prevention Strategic Plan. Budget approved for Corridor Improvement Program.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Sidewalk Improvement: Install new where needed, widened to modern standards where needed, ensure obstruction-free walking area

Progress: As of February 2017, budget approved for new sidewalk along 46A Avenue, plus funding for other walking infrastructure.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Implement traffic calming where requested by residents

Progress: As of February 2017, budget approved for traffic calming in four locations.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Expand protected cycling lane network

Progress: As of March 2016, working to see improvements made along 203rd Street.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Implement safer pedestrian crosswalks

Progress: As of February 2017, budget approved for new crosswalks at 208th Street and 50A Avenue, and 204th Street and 54th Avenue.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Move forward with action plan to reduce homelessness

Progress: As of February 2017, Council adopted Homelessness Strategic Plan. Provincial government funded 30 relief shelter spaces starting on September 26, 2016. Council formed Homelessness Action Table. City hiring Community Liaison Coordinator to support, lead, facilitate, and implement the work plan from the Homelessness Action Table.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Make Downtown Langley a destination

Progress: First step, recommended to be built a performing art centre, attract destination retail stores, and improve the public realm in our Downtown in Economic Development Strategy approved by Council on June 27, 2016. As of February 2017, budget approved to continue Downtown Summer Series and other new family-friendly community events.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Work towards building an arts centre in Downtown

Progress: First step, recommended to be built in Economic Development Strategy approved by Council on June 27, 2016.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Implement recommendations of the Brydon Lagoon task force

Progress: As of July 2016, approved as part of the Parks, Recreation and Environment Advisory Committee work plan. Brydon Lagoon Outlet Culvert Replacement in progress.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Investigate a tree canopy enhancement strategy

Progress: As of April 2016, approved as part of the Parks, Recreation and Environment Advisory Committee work plan.

Blocking Progress: N/A


Review the Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw via a comprehensive public engagement process

Progress: Not Started Yet

Blocking Progress: N/A

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am happy to hear that improvement of lighting is on the agenda. There are 6 lamp posts out on one single block along 201A just off of Fraser highway just outside my building. Who would I contact to have them replaced?
Thank you.

Nathan Pachal said...

Please use this link: https://services.langleycity.ca/tempestlive/eapplycalls/