Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Langley City Projects: Paving, Pipes, and Bike Lanes

Langley City staff and contractors are always busy working on projects that benefit our community. Langley City council receives monthly updates from staff about these projects.

With the proposed new Official Community Plan completing the public hearing stage, several other significant plans are now being created or updated, including the Transportation Master Plan, Water and Sewer Master Plans, Subdivision and Development Bylaw, and Infrastructure Design Criteria Guide.

Throughout the community, these on-the-ground projects are in progress or just recently finished:

Watermain replacement along 198th Street at 46th Avenue. Source: Langley City
  • New Speed Signs above Speed Reader Boards
  • Watermain Replacement along 198th Street at 46th Avenue
  • New Intersection Control System and Cameras along the Glover Road Corridor
  • Improvements to Electrical System at Douglas Park for Christmas Displays this Winter
  • Pavement Patching along 53rd Avenue and Fraser Highway
  • Repaving of 200th Street from the CP railway to 62nd Avenue
  • New Bleacher installed at Douglas Park and Conder Park
  • Floodplain Trail System Repairs and Repaving
  • New Bylaw Regulation Signs at City Parks
  • Culvert Cleaning and Assessment as Shown Below
  • 208th Causeway Protected Bike Lanes
  • 200th Street Sanitary Sewer Replacement from 49th Avenue to the Nicomekl River Starting in the Next Few Months
Locations of culvert cleaning and assessment for Brydon Creek and Baldi Creek.

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