June Meeting

June 28 2017 meeting of the WRA.

The WRA will be having its first resurrected meeting on Wednesday June 28, 2017 at 7pm in Unite 65 of Yorkson Creek North.
Day: Wednesday June 28, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm
Place: 20738 84th Ave, Langley Amenity #65

For this first meeting our agenda is limited but we hope to get an idea of what the concerns are and develop a plan for what we, as a community, can do.

Let’s develop a plan to get the Township know our views.

We hope to see you there.

Members have been sent further contact information and you can become a member by clicking the link on this site.  You can become a member by clicking here: http://eepurl.com/cqDLjz


Welcome to Willoughby: a community in Langley, BC

A few months ago we discovered we could afford a house in Langley – so here we are.  We have moved south of the Fraser River and know few people here.  The best way to meet people is through the local community associations but unfortunately, the Willoughby Residents Association appears to have died out.  So we are resurrecting it in the hopes of meeting our neighbours and finding out what makes Willoughby, and Langley, tick.  If you would like to get together to discuss local issues we would love to meet you.

PRESS RELEASE: Rapid Developing Willoughby Sparks New Association



Willoughby Residents Association announces incorporation non-profit society


Langley is re-discovering growing pains as new development brings an increasing amount of issues to residents, businesses, and various government bodies. The Willoughby Development Area has and will see the majority of this new development in this decade.

Current and future residents of Willoughby neighbourhoods will continue to  face challenges in the years to come as Willoughby is set to become the most populous neighbourhood in Langley. Concerns about the development process, local schools, crime, infrastructure, transportation, and parks will all continue to be major factors as residents are often caught in the middle of growth and politics.

The Willoughby Residents Association was incorporated as as a non-profit BC Society on February 21, 2012. The Association seeks to encourage constructive cooperation between households, local businesses, and government bodies in the Willoughby neighbourhoods. The Association will promote sustainable development in the Willoughby Development Area of the Township of Langley and provide a public forum for policy matters concerning residents of all Willoughby neighbourhoods. Brad Richert was appointed President by the Board of Directors who include Willoughby residents Al Peterson, Rena Terry, Sonya Paterson, & Teresa Blades. The Willoughby Residents Association is made possible by community volunteers dedicated to building a better Langley.

At the root of the Association’s purpose is community involvement & engagement. As a forum for cooperation, the Association will provide the resources to residents to engage with community planning in a positive and constructive way. The Association hopes to bring all parties to the table in a respectful manner to create the most livable and desirable neighourhood possible.

All residents of Willoughby are automatic members of the Association with no fee, annual or otherwise. Membership is open to residents of the Willoughby Development Area, with north-south borders at Highway #1 and 62 Avenue and west-east borders at 196th Street and the Willowbrook Connector/216th Street. Our neighbourhoods include Carvolth, Central Gordon, Jericho, Latimer, North East Gordon, Routley, South West Gordon, Smith, Williams, Yorkson, and Willowbrook (including Langley Meadows).

To receive more information, including the monthly e-newsletter or to get involved with the Association’s programs or events, please visit www.willoughbyresidents.org (also on Facebook!).

The Willoughby Residents Association’s inaugural meeting took place this Thursday, March 29th. Several community events currently being planned by the Association include:

  • Willoughby BLOCK WATCH campaign with information sessions hosted by the Langley RCMP. The first information session will be on Thursday, April 12, 2012 at Willoughby Elementary Library at 7:30pm. If you are interested in being involved, please contact us at willoughbyresidents@gmail.com or visit our website.
  • West Willoughby Yard Sale & Party on May 5-6th Weekend. For more information, please contact us at willoughbyresidents@gmail.com or visit http://westwilloughbyyardsale.wordpress.com
  • First Annual General Meeting will be this November 1, 2012. We are actively seeking residents to join our Board of Directors. Please contact us at willoughbyresidents@gmail.com or visit our website.


Brad Richert, President