City Profile
Township of Langley
Township of Langley

British Columbia
Population: 131000

  • With nearly 5 off-leash dog areas per 100,000 people, Langley is above the median.
  • Langley is one of 56% of cities that offers a community park group program.
  • Langley is one of 77% of cities that reported having at least one park partnership in place with a non-profit.
  • Four hectares were added to the township's largest park, Campbell Valley Regional Park, which will help with "ecological and trail continuity."
  • The new Langley Learning Farm is coming to the Derek Doubleday Arboretum through a partnership with the Langley Sustainable Agriculture Foundation.
  • A new disc golf course opened on the site of a former landfill in Jackman Wetlands Park through a collaborative effort that involved local disc golf enthusiasts.
Data 2020

3.5

ha parkland per 1000 people

458 ha total parkland¹

29%

of total parkland is natural area

132 total ha¹

1%

of total city land is parkland

31600 ha of total city area

6

Dog parks

9

Community gardens/urban farms

3.4

Parkland provision goal (ha per 1000 people)

6.4

volunteers per 1000 people

839 total

15

community park groups

No

Policy to waive permit fees for groups with financial need?

Adopt-a-Program

Community park group program

Neighbourhood Initiative Program

Community grant program

$74

Parks operating budget per person

$9,750,000 total

$9,100,000

Total parks capital budget

$75,000

Total philanthropy/sponsorships

Yes

Provincially legislated tools available for parkland development

5% of development site or cash-in-lieu

¹Increase from 2019 due to GIS improvements.

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