Monday, November 23, 2020

Making the Christmas Season brighter, literally. Help #StopVandalism.

This Christmas season will be like no other in recent memory. One of the days that I look forward to is the Magic of Christmas, which occurs on the first Saturday of December. The day starts with Breakfast with Santa, followed by an afternoon of family-friendly activities at McBurney Plaza, and finally, the Christmas parade. The culmination of the day is the Christmas Tree lighting and carolling.

This year, there will be no events or gatherings hosted by the City. Still, Langley City crews, staff, and council want to help make this Christmas brighter for people in our community.

Innes Corners Plaza in the early morning. Select image to enlarge.

McBurney Plaza, Innes Corners Plaza, and Douglas Park will have extra fabulous Christmas light displays this year.

A decorated tree in McBurney Plaza. Select image to enlarge.

The streetlights will also be decked out more than usual this year in our Downtown core.

Unfortunately, there are those who vandalize and steal the Christmas lights and displays in our City every year. The City wants your help to catch those people who would try to make our Christmas season a little darker.

A red holiday-themed #StopVandalism sign in Innes Corners Plaza. Select image to enlarge.

If you see someone actively vandalizing a Christmas display or lights, please call the RCMP Non-Emergency Number at 604-532-3200.

If you would like to report vandalism to the City, please call 604-514-2910 or use the City’s Request for Service site.

A yellow holiday-themed #StopVandalism sign in Innes Corners Plaza. Select image to enlarge.

Together we can make this Christmas season brighter.

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