Langley posts planning internship

Planning students are being sought to fill a year-long internship with the City of Langley that pays up to $20 per hour.

The position starts at 16 hours per week with a possibility of increased hours. It will remain open until filled, and applications will first be reviewed starting Tuesday, Jan. 21. Requested qualifications include being enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate planning program or relevant field or to have graduated within the past two years in those areas.

Langley will see several planning projects begin this year, including the major overhaul of Second Street that will reduce parking, increase pedestrian space, and replace the road and utilities. Other possible planning projects include the replacement of a stairway from Boy and Dog Park to Seawall Park and seeking areas in the city for designation as light industrial/manufacturing zones.

The internship does not include benefits, though the post on Langley’s website touts the possibility for flexible hours and working remotely, as well as the Village by the Sea’s beauty and “majestic views of the Cascade Mountains.”

Resumes and a cover letter should be sent to Jeff Arango, Langley’s director of Community Planning and Building, at

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