Fort Langley. Photo by: Nemo
With its rich history, wonderful sense of community, lush offerings of nature, and proximity to Vancouver, Langley is the best kept secret in the Lower Mainland.
The City of Langley has a pedestrian-oriented downtown core, as well as a Kwantlen University College campus located right in town. With a high-end shopping centre, independent stores, farmer’s markets, and terrific antique retailers, the City of Langley is proud to be a growing business centre that has held onto its heritage feeling. Boasting fabulous wineries, over 300 acres of beautiful parklands, abundant farms and nurseries, and a thriving arts community, every season is full of wonder and exciting activities here.
The Township of Langley is located in the southwest corner of the province of British Columbia, Canada. We are 45 kilometres (28 miles) east of the City of Vancouver in the beautiful agriculture-rich Fraser Valley. The Trans-Canada Highway runs through it dissecting the northern part of the municipality from the south.
The northern municipal boundary is the Fraser River; the southern boundary is the United States border. Our western neighbours are the City of Surrey and the City of Langley; our eastern neighbour is the City of Abbotsford. The western boundary is 196 Street (except where bordered by the City of Langley); the eastern boundary is 276 Street.
Get better acquainted with the city of Langley & Township of Langley: learn more about our emergency services, transportation, libraries, and business opportunities.
From elementary through to post secondary, Langley provides residents with a wealth of education options.
Langley has a wide variety of shopping options, from large malls to a farmers market featuring local products and food.
There's lots to keep you busy and active in and around the city of Langley, BC and Township of Langley including both indoor and outdoor options for all seasons. These are just a few of the recreational facilities in the area: there are lots more where these come from!