Thursday, January 16, 2020

Your feedback needed on Langley City’s future.

Back in last November and early December, a public workshop and subsequent open house occurred as part of the process of updating Langley City’s Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw.

Concept land-use plan for Langley City. Select picture to view.

An Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw are the most important planning documents municipalities in BC have. They set the direction for communities including land-use and environmental protection.

Because Langley City’s Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw haven’t received a significant update since the last century, and with the pending arrival of SkyTrain, City council decided it was time for these key documents to have an overhaul.

While workshops and open houses are great, not everyone can get to them. In order to make sure that a broader range of perspectives are heard, an online survey has been launched.

The survey asks people to provide feedback about their hopes and aspirations for our community, various land-use concepts and housing types proposed, what the City should be focusing on when updating the Official Community Plan, and the general future of Langley City.

The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete, and I encourage everyone who has an interest in Langley City to complete it.

Your feedback will help guide the development of our community for the next generation.

Take the survey

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