A Little Bit of Country Mixed with a New Urban Feel
The Township of Langley is located in the centre of the Lower Mainland, bordered by the City of Surrey to the west, the Fraser River and the community of Pitt Meadows to the north, the City of Abbotsford to the east, and the United States of America to the south.
Made up of six very distinct communities, the Township referred to as “Langley”, is not only home to the Birthplace of British Columbia (in the charming historic village of Fort Langley) but also the communities of Aldergrove, Brookswood-Fernridge, Murrayville, Walnut Grove, and Willoughby-Willowbrook.
Know Your Neighbours in the Township
The type of housing you find in Langley varies by the neighbourhood. With 75% of Langley’s land area in the Agricultural Land Reserve, those seeking a hobby farm, an agritourism startup, or neighbourhood where a riding lawn mower is mandatory, you have come to the right municipality! As Langley’s urban areas densify, there are new areas popping up with boutique collections of townhomes as well as executive, single, and multi-family homes to choose from.
Dine in Langley
The quaint village of Fort Langley, with its pedestrian-friendly streets, has the lion’s share of restaurants to choose from in Langley. Here you will find gelato, an incredible grilled cheese, an equally delicious burrito, west coast faire, and various casual and fine dining options.
For the wine connoisseur, Langley has a number of hand-crafted wineries featuring award-winning grape, fruit, and honey wines. You’ll also find two breweries, Dead Frog and Trading Post Brewery, along with farm-to-table spirits at Roots & Wings Distillery.
Eighteen 27 Restaurant
Veggie Bob’s Kitchen Café
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 Langley
The Langley Circle Farm Tour is the place to start when exploring Langley. It’s a homegrown feast for your appetite and a great day to become a Sunday driver and take in the country roads. Learn what’s happening around Langley and what there is to do at Tourism Langley.
Parks, Recreation & Culture in Langley
Given Langley’s part in the creation of British Columbia, and its large land base, there are many parks, trails, recreation facilities, and cultural attractions within its six communities. 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.
Langley is home to:
- CN Station
- BC Farm Museum
- Fort Langley National Historic Site
- Langley Centennial Museum
- Aldergrove Heritage Society Telephone Museum and Archives
Similar to Surrey, Langley School District 35 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 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)
Canada Day at Fort Langley National Historic Site
Langley Canada Day JRBQ!
Metro Vancouver Feast of Fields
Cranberry Festival (in the Village)
Cranberry Day at Fort Langley National Historic Site
Your Guide to Langley Resources
Langley 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: