(Langford, B.C.) – On Monday, March 15, 2021, City of Langford Council approved an amendment to ‘Sidewalk Use Bylaw No. 1917’ to enable restaurants and retail businesses to expand their operations onto sidewalks, boulevards, and other common areas for up to three years under a single sidewalk use permit. This change comes from businesses indicating… Read more »
The Storm Rider series aims to celebrate the strength of our industry while highlighting some of the many ways businesses have overcome the challenges resulting from COVID-19. We are proud to showcase how the following businesses have adapted while celebrating the people who are at the heart of what we do. In this post, we hear… Read more »
Langford’s reputation for gettin’ ‘er done when it comes to economic development – even in the toughest times – has earned a major award from the BC Economic Development Association. The BCEDA teamed up with FortisBC to recognize the City of Langford for its inaugural Economic Recovery and Resiliency Award for communities with a population… Read more »
Congratulations to the MyBelmont community for being named the 2021 Grand Georgie Award‘s Residential Community of the Year! Click here to view the full list of winners.
It’s a place with scenic waterfalls, seemingly never-ending construction projects and a housing market boom. “Even in COVID, we’ve had record years of people wanting to move and invest in Langford,” said Langford Mayor Stewart Young. “A lot of businesses are moving out to Langford now.” The city’s growth has been well-documented on Vancouver Island,… Read more »
The City of Langford has been named the “most livable” place in Canada, according to a report created by insurance website RATESDOTCA. The livability report was based on a range of attributes, including city size, affordability, growth, mortgage costs and lifestyle criteria, such as scenery, nightlife and accessibility. After two months of research, the website… Read more »