Langley Emergency Program (LEP)

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Langley Emergency Program (LEP)

The Langley Emergency Program (LEP) is a joint program between both the City and Township of Langley that works together to ensure that any response to a disaster is both fluid in communications and coordination. The Emergency Plan for Langley is based on an ‘all hazards’ approach, and is tested yearly by staff from both communities and responding agencies, such as Police, School District, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Environment, Railway, Provincial Emergency Program and Emergency Social Services (to support those evacuated or impacted).

The Langley Emergency Program will:

  • Maintain and update Emergency Plans

  • Encourage citizens and businesses to be prepared

  • Train responders to follow BCERMS model of response

  • Train volunteer responders

  • Ensure during a disaster that guidelines and legislation are adhered to

  • Spread the word to "be prepared"

For further information please visit

Langley City Hall

20399 Douglas Crescent   Langley  BC  V3A 4B3
Phone 604 514 2800   Fax 604 530 4371

Hours of operation:
Monday -  Friday   8:30am  -  4:30pm

In the event of an after-hours emergency (such as a water main break, flood or critical service disruption) standby operations personnel can be notified through Surrey Fire Dispatch at 604 534 3496