Willoughby is a thriving community which is bounded by the TransCanada Highway to the North, and 64th Avenue to the south, and squeezed between 196th and 216th Streets. Home to Langley’s Municipal Hall, Willougby is part of the communities which make up the Township of Langley, including Aldergrove, Brookswood-Fernridge, Murrayville, and Walnut Grove.
Know Your Neighbours in Willougby
Willoughby is a fairly new community, which only began development in the early 2000’s. This community has many townhomes and detached housing as well as several condo complexes. New condominium complexes are being planned for this desirable area of Langley.
Dine in Willoughby
There is a wide selection of franchise restaurants for you to choose from for everything from fine dining to casual, from a quick caffeine fix, to a place to grab a drink after work. If you’re inclined to try something different, be sure to explore the nearby Village of Fort Langley and its selection of unique and delectable dining establishments.
- Beatniks Bistro
- Bacchus Bistro
- Eighteen 27 Restaurant
- Say Cheese
- Little Donkey
- Veggie Bob’s Kitchen Café
- Blacksmith Bakery
- The Water Shed Arts Café
- Porters Bistro Coffee and Tea House
- Jimmy Mac’s Pub
- The Artful Dodger Pub (with hitching posts for equines)
- Oak & Thorne Neighbourhood Public House
Fun Stuff To See & Do in Willoughby
It’s just a short drive to local parks like Langley Meadows Park, as well as the Willowbrook and Cloverdale Recreation Centres.
There’s always stuff to do in Langley! Learn what’s happening at Tourism Langley.
Parks, Recreation & Culture in Willoughby
There are plenty of great places to go for a stroll or bike ride in the many parks in Willoughby and throughout Langley. Click here to find a commuter trail, cycling route along the Recreational Bicycle Network, community route, or horse trail in Langley.
History buffs can take a modern day walking tour of Fort Langley and Murrayville showcasing the historical buildings that remain in these two neighbourhoods.
Willoughby is close to:
- CN Station
- Fort Langley National Historic Site
- Aldergrove Heritage Society Telephone Museum and Archives
Willoughby is served by Langley School District 35 and offers a wide range of public education and support programs to students of all ages. To locate the school in your catchment area using the School Locator, simply type in your street address or housing development name.
There are local private schools and three post-secondary educational institutions located in Langley:
- Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU)
- Trinity Western University
- Redeemer Pacific College
Local Events in Willoughby and Langley
You’ll find a complete listing of festivals, annual city events, and community-hosted events throughout Langley at the following websites: Township of Langley; Tourism Langley; the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce; and a number of specialty programs and events through the Langley Centennial Museum.
- Langley Community Farmers Market (May to October)
- May Day Parade & Celebrations
- Canada Day at Fort Langley National Historic Site
- Langley Canada Day JRBQ!
- Brigade Days
- Cranberry Festival (in the Village)
- Cranberry Day at Fort Langley National Historic Site
- Grave Tales
- Douglas Day
Your Guide to Resources in Willoughby and Langley
Willoughby residents and businesses can stay informed and conduct business through the Township of Langley website with services such as business services, GeoSource, and the ReConnect app to ensure you will never miss a garbage day again. Other useful resources include: