With the help of the Langley Community Club, Langley Main Street Association gave the plaza in front of the Langley Post Office a face lift, replacing old benches and more.
The winter months in Langley can be tricky when it snows, and accumulates. And keeping the walkways in downtown Langley safe to navigate—even trickier!
Spearheaded by Emily Martin, our landscape manager, Langley Main Street Association paid tribute to Rene Neff, one of our founding members, with a garden space at the Langley Library.
Langley Main Street Association, in partnership with the City of Langley, installed telescopes at key viewpoints overlooking Saratoga Passage.
Langley City Hall sports peas, beans, and tomatoes. But that’s not all, the edible garden design included whimsical sculpture, an inviting, bright bench, along with raised beds and planted plants that provide year-round interest.
Dedicated to creating beautiful gardens and landscaping, Langley Main Street’s mission is to showcase Langley as a garden town and invite tourists and locals to enjoy the bounty.
2nd Street’s Rain Garden redesign was awarded the Green Community award at the Washington Main Street’s Excellence on Main Awards Ceremony in 2016 at the state’s Preservation and Main Street Conference.
Langley Main Street provides an opportunity for college students to work outdoors, garden, and earn money during the summer months.
It was a step back in time as Langley celebrated its centennial in 2013 with a women’s march down First Street as a reenactment of the suffragists march on Washington DC in 1913.
The electric shuttle provided passengers a free ride on the weekends from the marina to downtown, sharing information about Langley with visitors.
Banner poles were purchased and placed on the main downtown streets for banners that highlight and promote the different events and features in town throughout the year.
Frick Lane’s history walk was awarded the visual impact award at the Washington Main Street’s Excellence on Main Awards Ceremony on April 25, 2017 in Ellensburg at the state’s Preservation and Main Street Conference.
Ten panels will be installed in summer of 2017 along the wharf at the Langley harbor explaining the history of the area.