Township of Langely ~ Voting Locations
Saturday, October 20, 2018
from 8am ~ 8pm

There are 14 polling stations in the Township of Langley:

Aldergrove Community Secondary School 26850 29 Ave
Alex Hope Elementary School 21150 85 Ave
Coghlan Community Hall 6795 256 St
D.W. Poppy Secondary School 23752 52 Ave
Dorothy Peacock Elementary School 20292 91A Ave
Fort Langley Elementary School 8877 Bartlett St
George Preston Recreation Centre 20699 42 Ave
Glenwood Elementary School 20785 24 Ave
James Hill Elementary School 22144 Old Yale Rd
James Kennedy Elementary School 9060 212 S
Lynn Fripps Elementary School 21020 83 Ave
Parkside Centennial Elementary School 3300 270 St
R.C. Garnett Demonstration Elementary School 7096 201 St
Wix-Brown Elementary School 23851 24 Ave

click HERE for interative map

Special Voting Opportunities:

Saturday, Oct 20, 2018 from 3pm to 5pm
Acute Care – Langley Memorial Hospital

To be on the voter's list, you must:

be 18 years or older
have resided in the Township of Langley for 30 days
have resided in BC for a minimum of 6 months
be a Canadian citizen

If you are not sure if you're a registered voter, please GO TO THE POLLS
with TWO pieces of ID as you can register there. Click for VOTERS GUIDE


Voting rights are granted to citizens based on residency or property ownership. There is no corporate or business vote in local elections.

Non-Resident Property Electors When a person lives in one jurisdiction and owns property in one or more other jurisdictions, they may vote once in each of the other jurisdictions where they own property -- as long as they meet the voter eligibility requirements.

If a person owns a property with one or more other individuals, only one person is eligible to vote as the non-resident property elector for that property. The owner entitled to vote must be designated, in writing, by the majority of the property owners.

A person cannot vote on behalf of a corporation, or as a non-resident property elector, based on a property owned wholly or in part by a corporation.

Students Students who live in one jurisdiction and attend an educational institution in a jurisdiction different from their usual place of residence may vote only once--either in the jurisdiction where they attend school or in the jurisdiction that is their usual place of residence.



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Authorized by: Bob Long Re-election Campaign ~ 604-671-8948