Management planning

Fort Langley National Historic Site

Primer on the site’s management planning process

A primer on the site’s management plan review and implementation process.

What We Heard Report

Preliminary feedback for the development of the draft management plan for Fort Langley National Historic Site.

Draft Management Plan

Full text of the draft management plan.

Join the conversation!

Share your views and help shape the future of Fort Langley National Historic Site.

From June 24 to July 23, 2024, you are invited to provide feedback on the proposed vision and key strategies for the draft management plan for Fort Langley National Historic Site.

Management plans are developed in consultation with Indigenous communities, as well as various partners, interest-holders, and the public.

There are several ways to participate:

Online survey

Visit letstalkparkscanadawestcoast.ca to complete an online survey on the proposed vision and key strategies.

Online sessions

Please contact Parks Canada directly to join a virtual session at fort.langley@pc.gc.ca.

Drop-in sessions

Attend a drop-in session to share your feedback and help shape the future of the national historic site.

  • Saturday, July 13, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Walnut Grove Community Centre (Room 4), 8889 Walnut Grove Dr., Langley, BC. Meet the Site Manager and discuss the future of community outreach, to help Parks Canada be responsive to community interests and build connections throughout the region.
  • Wednesday, July 17, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Visitor Centre at Fort Langley National Historic Site, 23433 Mavis Avenue, Fort Langley, BC. Meet the Site’s Curator and discuss the future of the site’s unique collection and learn some fascinating stories connected to Fort Langley’s historic objects.

E-mail, mail and phone

You can request a consultation package by e-mail or mail, or you can contact a Parks Canada representative to discuss the draft management plan.

You can stay connected in the following ways:

What is a Parks Canada Management Plan?

Canada’s national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas are heritage places that protect Canada’s natural and cultural heritage, and offer truly Canadian experiences. A Parks Canada Management Plan guides management decisions and actions, and serves as a key accountability document to the public for each place. It also includes key strategies, objectives and targets to achieve expected results. A Management Plan is the road map that guides us to:

  • protect natural and cultural resources
  • facilitate visitor experiences and learning opportunities
  • collaborate with Indigenous partners and other partners and stakeholders

Under the Canada National Parks Act, we are required to review the site management plan every ten years. Parks Canada intends to approve a new management plan for Fort Langley National Historic Site in 2024.

For a copy of Fort Langley National Historic Site’s 2013 Management Plan contact: fort.langley@pc.gc.ca.

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