It is the largest municipality in the Western Communities, and third-largest in the Capital Regional District after Saanich and Victoria.
Notable physical features of Langford include the three prominent lakes (Langford Lake, Glen Lake and Florence Lake) and the Humpback Reservoir, several peaks such as Mount Finlayson and Mount Wells, and the notable Goldstream Provincial Park.
The Malahat drive, part of the Trans-Canada Highway, begins in Langford, and the Galloping Goose Regional Trail and the E and N Railway go through the city.
Community events include many parades, seasonal Goldstream farmer's market, There are many lakes in the area for fishing, swimming and non-motorized boating including Langford, Glen and Florence Lake.
Langford is known for the many nature parks and network of trails popular with hikers and walkers alike including Mill Hill Park, Mount Wells, Thetis Lake Regional Park and the challenging high-elevation Mount Finlayson.
Council were winners of the 2014 Golden Scissors Award by The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) for their simple but transformative initiative of making business licenses permanent.
Langford council has also set up a pioneering program for developing affordable housing requiring developers of new subdivisions within the City of Langford to build one affordable home for every 10 single-family lots subdivided. British Columbia Historical Photographs Online contains annotated links to Online Photograph Databases and Online Photograph Galleries mounted on archival web sites in British Columbia. Central Coast Archives Photograph Collection Provides an online photograph database for historical images of the Bella Coola Valley.Maintained by the Archives Association of British Columbia Alberni Valley Museum Historic Photograph Collection Provides an online photograph database for historical images of the Alberni Valley. British Columbia Archives (Royal BC Museum) -- Visual Records Online Database contains textual descriptions of photographs, paintings, drawings and prints from the British Columbia Archives' visual records collection.Langford is the fastest growing community in British Columbia attracting new residents from all over Greater Victoria, the Lower Mainland, and Alberta due to new housing developments; strong real estate market and affordability; desirable temperate climate with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters; ample amenities as the commercial centre of West Shore; and year-long recreational activities.Although the pace of development and some planning decisions (particularly "big-box" retail developments and aggressive suburban sprawl) have attracted criticism - some would argue the city is expanding too quickly at the expense of natural surroundings and existing infrastructure, and city council is too pro-development - the community continues to grow rapidly and attract residents.Thanks for following up with my profile up till this section, I hope you can follow the numbers as well, 3two is that i have never been married with no kids, i am a loving caring a...