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Post Office Plaza

Post Office Plaza

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.

Snow Patrol

Snow Patrol

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!

Beneficial Stairs

Beneficial Stairs

LMSA completed a stairs project–making the Langley United Methodist Church public parking lot more useful for our community and visitors alike in the future.

Tribute Garden

Tribute Garden

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 Park Rehab

Langley Park Rehab

Langley Park provides an anchor to our downtown district. It is a great place to eat lunch, meet neighbors, and celebrate the beginning of the holiday season each year with our annual tree lighting. But in recent years, the donated park had come under disrepair. 

Love Letters to Langley

Love Letters to Langley

Langley Main Street Association showed some love to our downtown merchants through our Love Letters to Langley Inspiration campaign.

Telescopes

Telescopes

Langley Main Street Association, in partnership with the City of Langley, installed telescopes at key viewpoints overlooking Saratoga Passage.

Call for Artists!

Call for Artists!

Langley Main Street Releases Request for Proposals for Glass Float Production The Langley Main Street Association (LMSA) is seeking a glass production artist and / or company to produce 1,000 brightly colored sea glass pieces to be produced for the annual Sea Float Scramble to 

Sea Float Scramble

Sea Float Scramble

Retired event that was held in January for 10 years:
A fun hunt for glass blown sea floats hidden in plain sight along Seawall Park!

Refurbished & Furnished: Langley Park

Refurbished & Furnished: Langley Park

Green grass, comfy chairs, and flowers in bloom–all at Langley Park

City Hall Edible Garden

City Hall Edible Garden

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.

Hanging Baskets & Downtown Landscaping

Hanging Baskets & Downtown Landscaping

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.