Fort Langley / Bedford Landing Neighbourhood
There are two buildings that share our parking lot. Our building is designed to be a Professional building for the town of Fort Langley and contains architect, finance companys, lawyer, technology company and counselling, physiotherapy and travel agent. The other building contains a doctors office, pharamasave, and optometrist.
The nearby Glover Road is a popular shopping street that goes through the centre of Fort Langley. It is frequented by residents of Langley as well as tourists for its selection of independent businesses and historic character. In addition, roads adjacent to Glover Road such as Mavis Avenue are also home to small shops and restaurants. Fort Langley acts as the amenity and service hub for a number of satellite communities such as Forest Knolls to the South, Glen Valley to the East and it is also a popular destination for residents of Walnut Grove to the West.
Fort Langley is home to many community events in the region. One of the most popular events is the Cranberry Festival, which began in 1995 and happens every October. It is operated by the Fort Langley Business Improvement Association. The festival has live music and other crowd bringing features, and attracts over 70 market vendors, selling a variety of goods ranging from cranberry-flavoured and regular foods to housewares, jewelry and more. In recent years, attendance has topped 60,000 people. The Fort Langley BIA also operates a series of markets, called "Bloom Market" throughout the year, in addition to an annual Food Truck Festival.
On July 1 every year, the Centennial Museum, the BC Farm Museum and Fort Langley National Historic Site organize the Township of Langley's Canada Day celebrations, partnering with many other arts and heritage groups. The result of which is a family fun, friendly cultural and heritage themed birthday party attracting over 10,000 people to the small village.