The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining the Cities infrastructure, including streets, sidewalks, water service, wastewater treatment, storm water, public structures, and parks. 


2021-03-15 Draft Comments for Puget Sound Nutrient General Permit 
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2018 Water System Plan 
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Chapters Combined
2019-10-02 Downtown Drainage
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To View Transportation Plan
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Brochure for Funding the Proposed General Sewer Plan
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Sewer System
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Permits & Applications

2021 Utility Rates Effective January 1, 2021
2020 Utility Rates Effective January 1, 2020
2019 Utility Rates Effective January 1, 2019
2018 Utility Rates Effective January 1, 2018
2017 Utility Rates Effective January 1, 2017
2016 Utility Rates Effective July 1, 2016
2015 Utility Rates
Reduction in Water Rates
Small Works Roster


Public Works Department Staff

Public Works
(360) 221-4246
FAX (360) 221-4265

Randi Perry
Director of Public Works & Utilities Supervisor

Field Staff
Robert Durr
Tim Grove
Bryan Hamilton

Public Works Boards & Commission
Parks and Open Space Commission


 Wastewater Treatment

Langley Wastewater Treatment Facility


Yard Waste and Compost
Class A Biosolids Compost
Yard Waste Dumping Guide
Yard Waste Receiving and Composting

Yard Waste coupons can be purchased at City Hall, Mon - Thurs from 9 AM - 5 PM & Fri 9 AM - 1 PM


  • Annual Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report: The City of Langley is pleased to present the annual water quality reports. The report informs you about the quality of the water the City of Langley provided in the past year. Included are details on where you water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state standards. This report covers state required information and is a valuable service to our water customers who depend on the City's water system.

 2020 Consumer Confidence Report
 2019 Consumer Confidence Report
 2018 Consumer Confidence Report    
 2017 Consumer Confidence Report
 2016 Consumer Confidence Report
 2015 Consumer Confidence Report
 2014 Consumer Confidence Report
 2013 Consumer Confidence Report
 2012 Consumer Confidence Report
 2011 Consumer Confidence Report
 2010 Consumer Confidence Report
 2009 Consumer Confidence Report


2009 Comprehensive Stormwater Management Plan (Prepared by: URS Corporation and Katy Isaksen & Associates) - After a year-long process to update the comprehensive stormwater plan, and three months of city council review and public input, the 2009 Comprehensive Stormwater Plan was adopted in May 2009. The plan identified many deficiencies in our stormwater system and recommended a plan to make improvements. A key issue was the lack of funding to maintain the current stormwater system.

.In June 2009, the city council addressed the plan recommendation to fund stormwater system maintenance and capital improvements. The city council approved a 5-year Stormwater rate schedule that initially covers annual operating expenses, and then provides annual increases to accrue funds for capital improvements.

Third Street Sewer Extension - Individual homeowners may hook up to the sewer now. Homeowners will be required to hook up if one of the three actions listed below occurs:

  • Sale of the property
  • Remodel of the home
  • Septic System failure



Additional information available at the
Northwest Clean Air Agency