Langley Truck Loading Zone Graphic

Second Street Loading Zone

As part of the Second Street Project the city intends to establish one full length truck loading zone in front of the US Bank by closing the curb cut closest to Anthes. This truck loading zone would serve as the only designated truck loading zone on Second Street.  This proposal was developed in response to…

Shoreline Bluff Seminar

The City of Langley is pleased to sponsor a four hour seminar on shoreline bluffs on May 29th, 2013 from 12pm to 4pm at Fellowship Hall in the Methodist Church at 301 Anthes Ave.  The seminar will include several speakers and a beach walk and bluff tour from 2:45 to 4 pm.  We are fortunate…

First Street Parking Alternatives

The city has received a request from business owners on First Street to reevaluate the parking configuration on the north side of the First Street from the Boy and Dog Park to Anthes Avenue.  Since 2008 the parking has been configured for angled parking. Prior to 2008 the area was configured for parallel parking.  Historic…

Langley receives $175K Conservation Futures Grant for Noble Creek Property

Today the Island County Board of County Commissioners’ authorized a$175,000 Conservation Futures Grant to purchase a conservation easement including public access on the Noble Creek Property (between Edgecliff Drive and Sandy Point Road).  The conservation easement is limited to the existing stream, wetlands and buffer.  Also included in the project is the fee simple acquisition…

Public Hearing Notice – Geoduck Harvesting

The WA Departments of Natural Resources and Fish and Wildlife will hold a public hearing in Langley on December 5, 2012 at 6pm in Langley City Hall to present the details regarding the planned Geoduck Harvest off the shores of Langley.  The purpose of the hearing is to inform the public  about the activities associated…

Noble Creek Conservation

The city needs your help.  We have a pending application for conservation futures funds to preserve the Noble Creek property in Langley from future development and allow for enhanced public access.  This project is supported in Langley’s comprehensive plan and has been endorsed by the city council, but the Island County Commissioners would like to…