Programs and Recreation Subsidies for Youth

You will find a description of Youth Programs, as well as Recreational subsidies available for youth in this page.


Boys and Girls Club-Langley 

5409A -206th Street, Langley, BC V3A 2C5


You can download our Club Membership Form here or pick-up the Membership Form at your local Club!

Subsidies available!


Langley Youth Hub (ages 12-24)

Offers free dinners, housing & job find help, educational/life skill group talks, medical assistance and mental health support.

Open Tuesdays & Thursdays 4-8pm

20561 Logan Ave.

call/text  604-723-5138


Youth Drop-in Programs (Timms Community Center)

Music. Sports. Games. Good times and good friends.

All Langley Youth drop-in programs are FREE for 12-17 year olds with a Games & Track Pass – $10/year at Timms Community Centre.

Contact Youth Leader at 604-514-2999 Email:

Facebook: City of Langley – Youth twitter:@langleyyouth

Instagram: langleycityyouth

20399 Douglas Crescent, Langley BC, V3A 4B3

Tel: 604-514-2940

Click here to see link for the youth drop in activities:


Langley City Recreation 

Leisure Access Grant : The City of Langley’s Leisure Access Grant program (LAG) is a subsidy program that provides an opportunity for residents with a limited income to participate in a variety of recreation activities.

Click here for form or visit your nearest recreation center to pick one up.


Timms Community Center

20399 Douglas Crescent, Langley BC, V3A 4B3

PHONE: 604-514-2940

Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday 6am – 10pm

Saturday 8am – 10pm

Sunday and Statutory Holidays 8am – 8pm

Amenities Include: 

  • Weight room
  • Fitness Room with a wooden spring floor
  • Indoor fitness track
  • Programs for youth, seniors, families, new immigrants and persons with disabilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Games room
  • Community Kitchen that connects to a multi-purpose room for entertaining


Douglas Recreation Center

20550 Douglas Cres, Langley, BC V3A 4B4 604-514-2865Amenities Include:

  • Recreation Opportunities For Preschoolers, Children And Families, Sports, Arts And Drop-ins
  • Cookie Monster Licensed Preschool,
  •  Room Rentals,
  •  Special Events



Big Brother Big Sister Mentoring


 What is it? Self-referral free mentorship programs for youth. These programs promote community involvement, healthy attachment, and positive role models. Some of their programs include in school mentoring and explorations. For more information Click Here





Kids Up Front Foundation What is it? Kids Up Front, provides the opportunity for kids have the opportunity to experience a variety of sports, recreation and arts & cultural events that otherwise would not be possible. How can I apply? As a partner agency, the City of Langley is able to facilitate the application and approval process. Contact for more information or visit:


KidSport Langley What is it? KidSport Langley strives to remove the financial obstacles that prevent some children in our community from participating in local sport. Through KidSport Langley, individual grants of up to $200 are awarded to children (18 yrs and under) who are residents of either the City of Langley or the Township of Langley whose families cannot afford sport registration fees and would otherwise not be able to participate in the sport of their choosing.

How can I apply? To apply for funding visit or download this grant application form


Canadian Tire Jumpstart What is it? Who is eligible? Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a national charitable program that helps financially disadvantaged kids aged 4 to 18 years old participate in organized sport and recreation by providing a subsidy of up to $150.00 towards the cost of registration, equipment and/or transportation.

How can I apply? As a Local Chapter Representative of Jumpstart, the City of Langley is able to facilitate the application and approval process through our Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department. To apply call 604.514.2865

HD Stafford Middle School

20441 - Grade Crescent, Langley
BC, V3A 4J8
Phone: 604-534-9285
Fax: 604-534-8986