Monday, March 11, 2024

Zoning Bylaw Update Open House - View Presentation Boards

As I posted last week, Langley City is updating our zoning bylaw. Langley City Council adopted the current zoning bylaw back in 1996. I was in grade 7 at the time. I’ve changed since that time, and so has Langley City.

While Council has updated the current zoning bylaw over the last 28 years, the current zoning bylaw is just too out of date to support our current Official Community Plan.

An Official Community Plan sets the vision for the community, including land use such as building types and uses. A zoning bylaw enables the Official Community Plan.

People attending Langley City’s Zoning Bylaw Update Open House.

Last Wednesday, Langley City held an open house to get feedback about what people want to see in our new zoning bylaw. This open house compliments the online survey that the City put out last fall.

Close to 200 people came to the open house; it was great to see folks out. I also know that for many people, it is hard to attend open houses either due to work or other commitments.

An example of one of the Zoning Bylaw Update presentation boards.

Langley City staff have posted the presentation boards from the open house onto Langley City’s website.

If you have questions about the presentation boards or want to provide feedback, please email the Development Services Department at

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