Monday, May 17, 2021

City projects on the go, stolen plaques replacement, and paving projects approved

Every month, Langley City staff update Council on projects that are actively under construction or recently completed.

Some of the projects include:

  • Finishing the paving on 203rd Street between 56th Avenue and Fraser Highway
  • Finishing the paving on the Langley Bypass above Logan Creek near the Gateway of Hope
  • Pressure washing benches and picnic tables at Sendall Gardens, which will now occur annually
  • Finishing trail maintenance around Brydon Lagoon
  • Improving the trail and drainage in the City Park dog off-leash area
  • Seeding the area around Al Anderson Memorial Pool
  • Installing new fencing at Conder Park
  • Installing new sliver-free, engineered wood chips at all playgrounds
  • Upcycling wood from wind-fallen trees in parks into a new stair rail in lower Sendall Gardens
  • Continuing wrapping traffic light kiosks throughout the city
  • Cleaning the bike lanes
  • Starting the process to replace the stolen plaques from the Salmon at Portage Park, 204th Street Overpass, and Duck Pond behind the Seniors Centre

Last Monday, Council also approved tendering a contract for $837,937 to Lafarge Canada Inc to complete four road rehabilitation projects:

  • Industrial Avenue from 201A to 203 Street
  • 200 Street from CP Rail to 62 Avenue
  • 200 Street from 49 Avenue to the Nicomekl River
  • Various asphalt patching throughout the city

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