The Township of Langley is located in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Canada.
The lower mainland is the largest single market area in western Canada, supporting a population of two million. Ideally situated for the future economic growth of the lower mainland region, the Township of Langley is a member of the Greater Vancouver Regional District.
The Township of Langley is bounded on the west by the City of Surrey, on the north by the Fraser River, on the east by the City of Abbotsford, and on the south by the Canada-U.S. boundary. It comprises 303 square kilometres (122 square miles) and is home to 88,000 people.
Langley is easily accessible from all parts of the lower mainland. Downtown Vancouver and the Vancouver International Airport are less than a one-hour drive away.
With a 24-hour border crossing nearby, access from Langley to the U.S. is excellent - a two hour drive to Seattle or a two hour flight to San Francisco or Los Angeles.
The Township of Langley was incorporated in 1873. The Township is the municipal organization for the various communities, including Fort Langley, Aldergrove, Murrayville, Walnut Grove, Brookswood/Fernridge and Willowbrook. The Township does not include the separate municipal entity of Langley City.
City of Langley
Township of Langley