Please review the following information before calling our after-hours emergency line. If you have questions, please contact the Engineering Department.
For after-hours public works matters, such as:
- Dead animals on roads
- Signs knocked down (other than a Stop sign)
- Garbage pick up on the road or roadside
- Overflowing City garbage cans
- Streetlights burnt out or not functioning
- Potholes in the road
- Any other non-emergency item
Please send an email to: email@example.com and the matter will be attended to during regular working hours.
If your matter pertains to snow removal, routine snow removal can vary based on amount of snow, presence of multiple events, ambient temperatures. The City clears major routes first, then backwards from there. You may see major routes such as the Parkways, Millstream Road, Goldstream Avenue etc. cleared more than once before much shorter cul-de-sac roads are plowed. This is to ensure emergency response and transit vehicles can get to the greatest population. If your road has not been attended to in the last 48 hours since the snowfall has stopped, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If there is a road emergency only, such as a Stop/Yield sign completely knocked down, flooding, or a road that is impassable for example due to a tree down on the road, please dial 250-391-3400. Trees on powerlines require removal by BC Hydro, please contact BC Hydro directly for this type of tree removal at 1-800-224-9376.
If your matter pertains to parking on your street please contact the Bylaw Enforcement Department. Their team can visit the area to see if this is a parking infraction or if an additional sign is needed. If an additional sign is needed they will contact the Engineering Department.
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The Engineering Department
Langford’s Engineering Department serves your needs in several aspects of community building: construction activities related to subdivision and capital projects/public infrastructure and public works such as road maintenance and repairs, as well as the City of Langford’s ongoing beautification efforts. Fore more information on the Engineering Department or other City Hall Departments, visit our Departments page.